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Top dog-friendly beaches in the UK

According to thebeachguide.co.uk Cornwall has the largest number of dog friendly beaches in England, with 51 beaches where dogs are allowed, followed by Devon with 35 and Dorset with 23.

15 May, 2017

Protect your pooch from dog nappers

The programme highlighted that since 2013, 5,000 dogs have been reported stolen in England and Wales, however, dog theft campaigner, Debbie Matthews suggested the figure could be much higher.

8 May, 2017

How you can keep busy in your retirement

Keeping busy in retirement can also be key to keeping happy and healthy. According to Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, working longer could improve the health of people in their 50s, 60s and 70s.

24 April, 2017

Why dogs need company too

Being left alone can have a negative effect on dogs. 40% of the survey respondents admitted their pet has shown signs of distress including barking, whimpering and destroying furniture when they have been left on their own.

10 April, 2017

Puppy training tips

All puppies need some basic training and attending puppy training classes is something owners should consider. It helps their dog socialise, learn commands like come, sit and stay, and for them, it’s a chance to meet other local dog owners.

3 April, 2017

Do you want to stay active after a busy career?

People in professions such as the police retire relatively young at 60 years old and while some want to put their feet up, others prefer to stay busy and active. One option that suits retired police officers particularly well is to become a homesitter.

27 March, 2017