Dog leads

The other day we covered all the different types of collars to choose from, today the humble lead gets some attention.

Are you using the best lead option for your dog?

Nylon lead:

Perfect to introduce your dog to their first few walks. If your dog is an adult and doesn’t pull on the lead it would also be a great option for you. Don’t forget to inspect the lead frequently, as with wear and tear they can break while on a walk, leading to a potentially missing pooch.

 

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Home alone dogs

I think we are all familiar with Home Alone, where little Macaulay Culkin is left behind from a family holiday. The havoc that ensues makes for brilliant comedic value, but in real life we may not find it too funny.

Leaving a child home alone would certainly not be a wise move, not to mention highly frowned upon, maybe even with local authorities getting involved depending on the child’s age.

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Dog collars

We are sure every time you visit your local pet store in search for a new dog collar you think: Which is best? Why are there so many types?

We are going to try and help you choose which collar is best for your dog:

First of all, you should be clear on what type of material you want for your dog’s collar:

Leather collars:

Leather collar are great for dogs allergic to other materials. These are also the most appropriate for larger dogs with a lot of strength. Normally they are fastened by a buckle.

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Hearing dogs

We have all heard of dogs for the blind, but have you heard of dogs for deaf people?

Being the intelligent animals they are, dogs can help us in all parts of our lives. For years man’s best friend has been assisting those with sight difficulties, illnesses and for emotional support such as therapy dogs. So it made sense their big brains be put to use helping people hard of hearing. There are now hundreds of dogs around the UK acting as a set of ears for their owner.

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Baby´s best friend

Here we have collected some cute photos of baby´s best friend. Studies have shown children growing up with a canine best friend teaches responsibility, empathy and non verbal communication skills earlier than their pet-less counterparts. Not to mention developing immune systems at less risk of asthma and allergies.

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