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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...
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 -...
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...
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Dog Crush: Ibizan Hound

Next to star in our Dog Crush feature is the Ibizan Hound, appearing in our December edition, out on the second Thursday in November.  This interesting breed holds a remarkable resemblance to those drawn on Ancient Egyptian tombs. We need...
Dog rescuers and campaigners for Lucy's Law were delighted when Number 10 welcomed its first dog in a while - a Jack Russell puppy called Dilyn, who was rescued after being dumped by a puppy farmer due to his...
The next star of our Dog Crush feature is the Golden Retriever, who will be appearing in the March edition - out on the second Thursday of February. The Golden Retriever is a classic family companion, adored for the gentle,...
Labradoodle 'creator' Wally Conron recently said in a radio interview that he deeply regrets coming up with the popular crossbreed. "I opened a Pandora box and released a Frankenstein monster,” he said. "People are just breeding for the money, unscrupulous...
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...
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...
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;...

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