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Earlier this year, Richmond council caused fury among dog owners and walkers with a proposal that would bring the limit of dogs a person can walk at any one time down from six to four. The council argued that...

Dog Crush: the Pointer

The loyal Pointer is the star of our next Dog Crush feature, appearing in the January edition, out on the second Thursday in December.  We would love for any new or seasoned Pointer owners to take part in our survey...
Calling all owners of the snowy-white and simply wonderful Westie! Your terrier best friend will be the subject of our next Dog Crush special breed feature in the April issue of Dogs Today! But we need your help to...
Dogs are man's best friend for a reason: from police work to rescue, there is little they cannot do. A well-trained dog can help with so much more than just lack of vision, mobility or hearing: people with a...
Defra’s recent decision not to ban third-party puppy sales caused quite a stir among animal lovers, especially as major charities like Dogs Trust, Blue Cross and the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home either spoke against or did not support...
Social media has incredible power for good – but as many of us know, you must take the good with the bad. If you are a regular user of Facebook, Twitter, or the like, you will see things you...
The loveable Beagle is to star in our next Dog Crush feature! Do you currently have a Beagle, have had them in the past? Let us know your experience with this breed in a quick survey. What’s the funniest/strangest thing your...
The star of our next Dog Crush feature is the noble Irish Wolfhound, which will be appearing in the February edition, out on the second Thursday in January.  These majestic giants are loved by many, and we would love to...
Have you got an eye for identification? Try our Cross Question! It’s the game of guess the parents! If you are the first person to guess both breeds that make up our Cross Question, you will win a fantastic book...
Bovine tuberculosis is an infectious disease that, despite its name, can affect a range of wild and domesticated mammals - including cattle, deer, pigs, and badgers. Fear of this disease is the main factor behind the controversial badger culling...

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