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Next to star in our Dog Crush feature is the majestic Dobermann, appearing in the August issue, out on the second Thursday of July.  What is living with one of these dogs like? Tell us all about it in our...
As pet insurance companies register a rise in complex "supervet" procedures, some people are posing the question - are dog owners starting to go too far, putting ailing pets through complex surgery and long recovery periods to keep them...
Next to star in our Dog Crush feature is the gorgeous English Springer Spaniel, appearing in the July issue, out on the second Thursday of June.  Whether your springer is a working, show or family dog, we need to hear...
A reader writes... I have a rescue border collie who is nearly eleven. I have had him for nine years and he was abused in his last home so he doesn't allow people to touch him. This has made things...
Do you think your dog could be the pawfect cover model? Could you use a vacation? Try your luck, and you just might get both! We have teamed up with Wahl, the grooming equipment specialist, to find our next cover...
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...
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...

Dog Crush: St Bernard

The wonderful St Bernard is the star of our next Dog Crush, and will be appearing in the May edition - out on 11 April.  These gentle giants were originally employed as rescue dogs in the mountains of Switzerland, France and...

Dog Crush: Bichon Frise

Playful and affectionate, the lovely Bichon Frise is next to star in our April Dog Crush feature, out on the second Thursday in March.  Whether you're new to the breed or very experienced, we would love to hear from all...
In 2018, an estimated total of 1,462 stray dogs were put to sleep across the UK - some of them for no other reason but the fact they were not claimed, and no rescue space was available for them....

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