Hello there! You are a dog lover, aren’t you? Have you ever wanted to take care not only of your dog, but of other dogs as well? Did you know you could do it and even earn money doing what you love? Or maybe you have been doing it already and you are looking for a brighter and effortless possibility to continue? Well, we have good news – Gudog is coming to London. And we are recruiting!
What is Gudog, you may ask? Gudog is an online platform that brings together experienced dog caregivers and dog owners. Established in 2012 in Spain we have proved to be a quality service. During this year, we grew fast – now we have 300 registered caregivers and 1440 users. Continue reading
If you are planning to get a puppy for your household, you have a lot of things to think about beforehand. Here are some things to keep in mind about taking care of puppies.
Will you have time for it?
During the holidays it is quite likely you have a lot of free time on your hands and you feel an irresistible need to share it with a dog. Think of your usual day to day life, whether or not will you have time to take care of a dog: walking it, playing with it, feeding it, ect. Continue reading
1. Dalmatians are born completely white. The spots usually appear within three weeks after birth.
2. The first guide dogs were trained in Germany during World War I, to enhance the mobility of returning soldiers who were blinded.
3. Apple and pear seeds contain traces of arsenic which may be fatal for a dog. (Keep in mind, we are talking just about the seeds!)
4. A dog’s sense of smell is a 1,000 times more sensitive than that of humans.
5. The only sweat glands that dogs have are in the pads of their pawss
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Summer, finally! The sun, the sea, and above all, the heat, a lot of heat, should a heat wave approach.
Surely, you are more than willing to enjoy this marvellous time together with your dog. It is essential though that one takes precautions to prevent your dog from suffering a heat stroke.
What is the heat stroke?
When it’s hot human body passes the heat by sweating. However, dogs have their sweat glands only in the pads of their paws and so their way for heat regulation is panting. Sometimes though panting is not enough for thermo-regulation, especially for those of them with a long fur, and that increases risk of suffering a heat stroke. Continue reading
Today Gudog team read incredible news – world’s first lab-grown burger to be cooked and eaten in London.
Gudog’s response to that is to give you an alternative. We present a healthy and dog-friendly snack! So, scroll down and keep reading.. Continue reading