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Essential items to bring on a camping trip DOG EDITION

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Essential items to bring on a camping trip DOG EDITION

About to go on a camping adventure with your dog? We know what it is like to go out and you wish you would have brought just one more thing to make your life a little easier whilst camping. That’s why we put together a list of things that you might want to consider bringing along on your next trip. You can also find our check list below and download a free printable version for your own convenience that can be ticked off while you’re packing. (Images and link to download here) Zip Line or Screw Anchor Benefits While packing,...

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Kong & WestPaw Stuffing Ideas for enriching meal times

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Kong & WestPaw Stuffing Ideas for enriching meal times

Looking for creative ways to fill your enrichment food toys? Is your dog bored of the same food every time around? Find some new, inspiring ideas below! Food dispensing enrichment toys like Kongs or WestPaw Rumbls are awesome for keeping your dog mentally engaged, stimulated and enriched. Licking and chewing are natural canine behaviours that can be easily fulfilled with these toys and help prevent boredom in busy puppies and active adult dogs. 1. Peanut Butter Grab some PB from the shops to add it to the mix for your enrichment toy fillers! Make sure there are no artificial sweeteners in...

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Guide: How to get my dog used to a Dog Collar

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Guide: How to get my dog used to a Dog Collar

Not every dog loves wearing a collar. Some puppies, or even adult dogs, simply aren't used to it. Some dogs may seem irritated by it while others will try pawing at it or trying to rub it off. Your pups may also feel intimidated by the act of putting the collar on them. There are many reasons why you might need to work on getting your dog used to a collar and making it a positive experience for you and your dog. Unfortunately, dogs need to wear collars (or alternatively a harness) a lot of the time. Collars keep your pet safe, work as Dog ID Tag holder, and ensures...

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How to care for your Paracord & BioThane Native Collars

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How to care for your Paracord & BioThane Native Collars

Care instructions Paracord Collars Do's: Hand wash with baking soda and Mild Detergent or Dishwashing Detergent and pat dry immediately Wash your collar in the washing machine using a laundry bag, a gentle spin and pat dry immediately Keep away from sharp objects. Paracord is like any other cord, if it is cut, it is irreparable Please remove the collar after every water adventure and allow it to air dry before wear again If you would like to deodorise your collar, place it in water with some baking soda. Once dry you can squeeze a drop of scented oil. Don'ts:...

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Why your dog should wear a Dog ID Tag on their Adventures

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Why your dog should wear a Dog ID Tag on their Adventures

Why your dog needs a Dog ID Tag Life can be full of unexpected events and no matter how well your dog is trained, there can be situations in which they get lost - so having a dog ID Tag on them whenever you are out and about (and for some dogs as well when they are in their yard) might save their life and will increase the chances of having your pup back in your arms asap. What can happen? They run off because they are scared Sometimes unexpected events can happen that scare our dogs - another dog rushing towards...

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