Competitions & Surveys

Win competition prizes with Dogs Today Magazine

The powerful Greyhound is the next star of our Dog Crush feature and will be appearing in the November issue, out the second Thursday in October We would be delighted to hear from all beginner and expert Greyhound owners in our...
That of Zara Brown of Patna, Ayrshire, was a shocking case. Running the privately owned Ayrshire Ark rescue shelter, she had raised large sums of money for the dogs in her care. In truth, she was the only one...
Tickle our funny bone and win with our October Caption Competition! The winner of the October caption competition gets a PoopPot, an expandable, airtight pop-out poo-bag container. It is odour-free and can be attached to you belt, bag or lead using the handy...
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...
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...
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...
Which brand of dog food do you choose for your dogs? It's time for the Top Dog Food of 2018 nominations and we would like to hear from you which dinner regularly makes your dogs' tails wag and mouth water. It's...
The next star of our Dog Crush feature is the American cousin of one of Britain's most beloved breeds: the American Cocker Spaniel, which will feature in our March issue, out the second week of February! For this feature we...
"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...
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;...

Follow Us

1,353,953FansLike
1,185FollowersFollow
41,989FollowersFollow