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Bonding with your dog, Canicross, Dogs, Running, Staying Healthy -

We’ve written quite a lot recently about how Covid-19 has affected both our lives and those of our pets. Now that we are beginning to return to work, some of us are looking at how we can do things differently in the future to improve our health and maintain the bonds we have developed with our animals after spending lots of time together in lockdown.  As a nation we have begun to appreciate our new-found quality time with our pets and recognise the emotional benefits we get from spending more time outside together. Some of us may have had a...

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dog grooming, dogs, New Products, pet grooming tables -

As mentioned on the blog last week we were very excited to have this smart new item arrive in store - and today we’d like to take a moment to introduce you to our newest product in the Gravitis Pet Supplies range – the Gravitis Pet Supplies Professional Electric Dog Grooming Table. Pet groomers spoke and we listened! Although our best-selling folding dog table is very popular with mobile dog groomers, the pet salons we work with wanted something heavy duty with adjustable height – but with the same build quality as our folding table and other professional grooming tools. So...

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caring for your dog, dogs -

Despite all of the publicity surrounding the RSPCA’s ‘Dogs Die in Hot Cars’ campaign, last year there was a surge of reports of animals suffering from heat exhaustion and the charity believe that the impact of heat on dogs is still often misjudged. So we thought that whilst many of us have been enjoying this lovely mini-heatwave this spring it was worth taking a look at some of the best ways to keep your dog cool during the warmer months. Cool Dog photo by Mel Elías on Unsplash As the summer approaches, it is important to be aware of the effects of too...

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cat agility, cats, dog agility, dogs -

At the moment many of us are only allowed outside for essential activities or exercise once a day and some dogs that are used to having several walks are only getting one. We’ve all been discovering new ways to fill our time and some of us have finally been getting round to things that we have wanted to do for ages. This week we really enjoyed reading about a lady called Joe who set up an obstacle course for her dogs and her chickens in Clacton-on-Sea. Joe is a professional dog trainer and she has wanted to set up a course...

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cats, christmas, dogs -

Christmas isn’t just an exciting time for children – many of our pets get caught up in the Christmas magic too. They can sense their owners are excited, or they can smell the special food or presents under the tree and know that it is a special time of year. But it can also be troublesome too. This bog outlines some of the problems experienced with pets at Christmas and how to avoid them.

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