Helping Your New Dog Settle In
If you’ve got a new baby on the way, this is incredibly exciting news! However, this will also bring great change for your dog, so it’s important for introductions to be brought on slowly and carefully. Find out how to introduce dogs and babies to start their relationship off the right way in this guide.
Everyone loves Disney. The franchise has captivated the hearts of both young and old alike and their effervescent characters are as charming as they are courageous, so it goes without saying that Disney dog names are incredibly popular. Find out our favourites in our list!
If it’s dog names you’re after, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here. We’ve rounded up so many wonderful ideas that you’ll surely find that unique, cool dog name in no time. Have a look.
We’re a nation of pet lovers, and rightly so! Cats and dogs offer unconditional love, affection and friendship, as well as a host of therapeutic benefits, such as improved general health and wellbeing – after all, who doesn’t like a cuddle from a furry friend at the end of a long day?
Getting a dog is one of the most exciting decisions you will ever make – and one of the biggest! Like all important decisions, doing your homework before taking on a new pup will make sure that you’re choosing the right dog for you and your lifestyle.
Dogs usually make firm friends easily, and your pup will almost certainly love being around other canine companions. In fact, they’ll probably jump at the chance to play with any animal, including cats. Here is how to introduce your new dog to the other pets in the family.
Most breeders will ask that you wait until your new puppy is eight weeks old before they’ll let you pick them up – which might feel like an eternity! This is a great opportunity to start dog proofing your home and preparing for your new arrival, so that when you bring your puppy or new dog home, your house will be a safe and welcoming environment.