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What's a holiday without our four-legged friends coming along for the ride? Many pet owners are now opting for a staycation closer to home so their pets can come too, and if you're looking for your next adventure, we've got...
A new study, carried out by the Royal Veterinary College’s (RVC) VetCompassTM programme, has revealed that spaying female dogs trebles the risk they may develop urinary incontinence (UI). The link was suspected for a long time, but not proven;...
Every summer and at every heatwave, there are repeated warnings to avoid taking one's dog out in hot weather, limiting walks to the morning and evening. While most dog owners heed the warnings, far too many ignore them -...
The graceful Bedlington Terrier is next to star in our Dog Crush feature, planned for our October edition which will be in the shops the second Thursday in September. We need to hear from owners of this wonderful breed in...
Next to star in our Dog Crush feature is the Curly Coated Retriever, appearing in the September issue, out on the second Thursday of August! We need Curly owners to take our survey and let us know what life is like...
Should owners who don't microchip their dogs get them back if they're lost and subsequently found? Microchipping your dog, as well as having them wear a tag, is now mandatory as well as a fundamental part of good ownership. As...
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...

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