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The star of our next Dog Crush feature is the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, which will be appearing in our March edition, out on the second Thursday of February.  Whether your Toller is a hunting, show or family dog,...
Having one's dog jumping past the garden fence and running off is among a dog owner's worst fears. One of the best ways to prevent it ensuring your fence is secure and dog-proof - but some dogs are proper...
We want to hear your thoughts on our latest Great Debate about tail docking... In October, the Scottish government backtracked on its complete ban of tail docking, accounting new provisions to allow the practice. The revised legislation will make it it...
Lab lovers! Now's you chance to tell us what makes your breed the most popular in the country! In our upcoming August issue, the noble Labrador will be our Dog Crush and have a huge dedicated feature of facts...
The term 'fur baby' is used by some dog owners every day, but to others it's a word that makes the skin crawl. More and more dog owners are treating their dogs as if they were children. It certainly...
It's an unusual one for our November issue - the Dog Crush for this upcoming edition will be the Borzoi! The elegant, unmistakable Borzoi hails from Russia, and is one of our rarer sighthounds. Its silky coat comes in many beautiful...
"I adopted a female, they're easier to handle than male dogs..." "I want a lively male, they're more fun to have." "I love my dog, but he's so boisterous! Next time, I'm getting a bitch." How many times have we heard something...
Whenever we find our dog chewing a shoe or displaying any kind of undesired behaviour, saying "No!" is often the most immediate reaction. But is it advisable? According to many dog trainers, "no" is an empty word that is best...
The friendly Pomeranian is next to star in our June Dog Crush feature, out the second Thursday in May. Do you currently have a Pomeranian,  have had them in the past? Let us know your experience with this breed in a...
Do you know your Hungarian Puli from your Komondor? Or perhaps you have a Poodle that is keep in cords? We are on the hunt for owners of corded canines, so if you own a dreadlocked dog or two,...

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