My dogs are two adult males. They have their own ideas about life.
If you’re thinking you could do with a holiday but can’t manage under your current circumstances then we might have some ideas to help.
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A grieving dog or mourning cat is a heartbreaking thing to see but there are ways to help. How to tell if you have a grieving pet You might notice that they seem withdrawn or a bit more clingy than usual. There could be some loss of appetite or general lethargy. Favourite toys might no longer be of interest and a cat might … Continue reading Comforting a grieving pet
She wouldn’t walk into my house and plunk down on my sofa without being invited. She wouldn’t pitch a deckchair in my garden and sit in it for half the summer. Yet she parks in my parking space. Most days. Right there. In my space. I am enraged and outraged more than makes sense. Even to me. She is crossing a line. A real, … Continue reading Parking mad
Over the next couple of weeks the UK will reach peak fireworks season. One of my dogs is petrified of fireworks so I’ve been experimenting with dens for him to escape to. I got the idea of a den from this article by Dr Rachel Casey. It’s full of lots of good advice. http://vetbehaviour.info/dogs/20-noise-fears-in-dogs/18-signs-and-development-of-noise-fears-in-dogs-2.html First I tried to make his current crate more … Continue reading A project for the weekend