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Many animals find fireworks scary. It is estimated that 45 per cent of dogs in the UK show signs of fear when they hear fireworks. Click here to read all the RSPCA tips and advice. 0
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PupAid, the campaign to end the UK’s cruel puppy farming industry, is holding a Fun Dog Show at Primrose Hill tomorrow and registration begins at 10am. There will be lots to see and do with many different classes for doggies. Click here to read all about it Puppy farming is the mass commercial production of...
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Is this something you could ask your pooch to do? Here is the criteria: To be a donor, your dog needs to be: Fit and healthy Between one and 8 years old Weigh more than 25kg Have a good temperament Have never travelled abroad Vaccinated Not on any medication For all the information please click...
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A warning has been issued to all dog owners about Alabama Rot which can be fatal for dogs. Symptoms: The skin lesions are a symptom of the disease rather than being traumatic wounds from an injury. Typically the skin lesions have been below the knee or elbow although they are occasionally seen on the face or...
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This is Byron admiring the Major Oak at Sherwood Forest and I think all the excitement got to him really. He’s not often seen sporting a cap! We stopped off on the way back from the Highlands and, thinking it was in Nottingham, spent a wee while tracking it down. For those of you who...
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The ability of two German shepherds to identify the most common form of cancer in British men has sparked hopes of finding a practical application http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/apr/11/dogs-trained-detect-prostate-cancer-accuracy 0
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Who’d have  thought you could make poo bags sexy? Well, we found these in Scotland and they are great. Being beautifully modelled here, this tweed accessory usually sits on the loop of the lead but I don’t photograph as well as Ossie does! You, like me, probably can’t open any pocket on any garment without finding...
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If you’re lucky at Chanonry Point and get the tides right then this is simply wonderful and amazing and any adjective of wonder you care to mention. These creatures are magnificent. In all honesty, it’s not too much of a walk for the dogs but you once you’ve reached the point you can continue around...
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  In keeping with a vast amount of attractions in Scotland, the Highland & Rare Breeds Park in Fort Augustus is a brilliant surprise and very dog friendly. Tucked down along a tow path, before the bridge and just after the petrol station, you follow the trail until you come to some very picturesque ruins....
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Just a short drive from Dumfries is the incredibly beautiful Caerlaverock Castle and it’s like something out of a fairytale.     Not only is it completely dog friendly, but you’ll get to explore the grounds and the amazing building itself. Make your way across the majestic moat and you’re straight in to any period...
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