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    How to Keep a Dog Cool

    By Emma Slade • 3 June 2024
    Just like us, our beloved dogs struggle with the sweltering summer heat. Dehydration and overheating can quickly turn a fun day into a dangerous situation, with the risk of fatal heatstroke always looming. But don’t worry, there are simple steps you can take to keep your furry friend safe and comfortable. From adjusting walk times…
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  • A cockapoo licking frozen yoghurt from a licky mat

    Dog Enrichment

    By Emma Slade • 14 May 2024
    As devoted dog owners, we’re well aware of the physical needs of our furry companions – the daily walks, the playtime at the park. But what about their mental needs? Just like us, dogs require mental stimulation to thrive. Encouraging activities that engage their senses and intellect can do wonders for their overall happiness and…
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  • A Labrador Retriever lying in long green grass

    Top 7 Most Popular Dog Breeds

    By Emma Slade • 17 April 2024
    As of 2024, around 29% of UK adults own a dog; that’s around 11 million dogs! Let’s take a look at the top 7 most popular dogs breeds in the UK in 2024 (based on stats from The Kennel Club). Top 7 Most Popular Dog Breeds Labrador Retriever Coming in at number one is the…
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  • Blonde cockapoo eating a large ostrich bone from JR Pet Products

    Natural Dog Treats

    By Emma Slade • 1 April 2024
    Indulgence knows no bounds when it comes to treating ourselves and our beloved furry companions. Just as we savour the occasional chocolate bar or slice of cake, our four-legged friends revel in the joy of receiving a delectable treat. However, quality matters just as much as taste. That’s why I advocate for natural dog treats…
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  • Reactive Dogs

    By Emma Slade • 24 March 2024
    When I introduced you to my dog Schlappohr the cockapoo, I briefly mentioned that he is reactive to both people and dogs. I’ve embarked on a journey of understanding and managing his unique needs. Through personal experiences, I’ve navigated the challenges and triumphs of owning a reactive dog, shedding light on the complexities inherent in…
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  • A Yorkie Russell dog stood in grass and dandelions

    All Dogs Matter Dog Rescue

    By Emma Slade • 12 March 2024
    At the start of 2023 I decided I wanted to raise money for a local dog rescue. Everyone has been left struggling by the cost of living crisis, and that includes the dog rescues that are so passionate about the work they do. So I came up with the idea of creating a coffee table…
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  • An almond Cockapoo puppy curled up in his bed asleep

    Getting a new puppy

    By Emma Slade • 4 March 2024
    So, you’re considering adding a furry bundle of joy to your family? The allure of a puppy is undeniable, but before you take the plunge, have you considered all the factors involved? Bringing a puppy into your home is a significant responsibility, one that requires careful consideration and preparation. As someone who embarked on this…
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  • A cockapoo at a secure dog field in Essex

    Three Secure Dog Fields in Essex

    By Emma Slade • 28 February 2024
    Secure dog fields are cropping up across the nation, offering a haven for dog owners seeking a safe and stress-free environment for their furry companions. The surge in popularity can be attributed to various reasons, from managing reactive behaviour and poor recall, to providing distraction-free training spaces. Whether you have a spirited pup or just…
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  • A small spoon filled with macadamia nuts, which are a toxic food for dogs

    Toxic Foods for Dogs

    By Emma Slade • 20 February 2024
    In the world of our four-legged companions, curiosity often extends to their taste buds, and many dogs, much like my own Schlappohr, are notorious for their gastronomic explorations. However, not all that glitters is gold, especially when it comes to their diet. As a responsible dog owner, understanding the potential hazards and which foods are…
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  • Schlappohr looking up at the camera

    My dog Schlappohr

    By Emma Slade • 13 February 2024
    Unleashing Schlappohr: A Tale of Puppyhood, Sand-Loving Adventures, and Reactive Challenges. I’ve previously introduced you to myself, Emma Slade, and how I went from Geology, to Finance, to London Dog Photographer. I think it’s about time I introduced you to my dog Schlappohr – the one who inspired me to quit my City job and…
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