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  1. How do I know my whippet has a corn?

    George in his short life has had several trips to the vet, one as an emergency on a snowy night when he had the beginning of Giardia. Then we had the spider bite, but that’s a topic for another post! The latest trip was due to intermittent lameness. This was on his left front leg … Read More →

  2. What shall I feed my whippet?

    When you decide to share your life with a whippet there are some things you really should know – they feel the cold, hate the rain AND they will thrive on a good quality dog food – if they can’t get their paws on your food that is! I am often asked ‘what shall I … Read More →

  3. Subscription Boxes – why would you?

    So much has changed since I brought my first whippet home over 16 years ago. Even in the last 3 years I have seen an explosion of items on offer for your beloved four-legged companion that just weren’t even thought of 10 years ago. The internet has largely fuelled this choice and for that I … Read More →

  4. 5 Great Summer Products

    We have had a fantastic summer here in the UK, and whist us British do love to moan about the weather, in general I think we’ve all enjoyed the dry, sunny days. But all this heat comes with a few challenges for us and our dogs, so with this in mind I wanted to share … Read More →

  5. 10 Frozen treats to Delight your Dog

    We all love our dogs and put their happiness and wellbeing at the heart of our day. The hot weather we are experiencing here in England this summer is lovely, but for dogs it can be really challenging. Dogs don’t sweat like humans, and can get over heated very quickly, sometimes leading to heat stroke, … Read More →

  6. How to cope when your dog is in season

    Having just got through a frantic 10 days I thought I would share some tips with you for How to cope when your dog is in season.  Female dogs come into season between 9 and 12 months and can last between 2-4 weeks. Opinions are divided as to the best time to spay your female … Read More →

  7. How we have dealt with George’s sensitive tummy

    George our whippet is just 9 months old and in his short life he has had 3 episodes of sickness and diarrhoea. I thought you might like to know how we have dealt with George’s sensitive tummy. He was only 5 months old when he had the first episode which started with vomiting and progressed … Read More →

  8. 7 Things that make George Happy!

    It’s Valentine’s Day today and I thought I would chat about the 7 Things that make George Happy! After all, he is the new man in my life & my main purpose in life is to facilitate his happiness on a daily basis! Food! It doesn’t really matter what time of day it is, food … Read More →

  9. 5 Essential Commands to teach your Dog

    George started training classes on Monday, and I have been thinking about what would be the 5 Essential Commands to teach your Dog. I am in no way an expert and I’m not a trainer, but these are the 5 that I believe to be the most essential from my 14 years of experience of having … Read More →

  10. The Slowing Pace of a Senior

    Dogs are good for our health. This is a proven fact but I don’t have to tell you that! They make us happy in so many ways, providing companionship so that we are never lonely, making us laugh daily and getting us outside in the fresh air. This, I think, is the most important reason … Read More →