A foldable dog bowl, such as that by Kyjen, is an essential piece of kit when travelling with your dog
General dog-related news stories and new product releases.
Short-haired dogs can be prolific molters (and Roma’s no exception). Kong’s Zoom Groom to the rescue
New range of ethical, grain-free complete foods is designed to target different conditions, such as arthritis, anxiety or obesity, in dogs.
Amazing! This video shows the moment when a family cat rescued a four-year-old Bakersfield, California, boy being attacked by a neighbour’s dog.
A survey commissioned by Dogs Trust finds that 8,985 dogs were put to sleep in the UK during April 2012 to March 2013 – or more than 24 a day.
The latest deals and discount codes for top dog products, from Amazon, Cath Kidston, Monster Pet Supplies, Muddy Paws, Wag.com, dogIDs, and Cherrybrook.
Having a grey day? Watch these dogs, joined by one hell of a clever cat, playing on the beach in Australia. Then smile!
Every week Shake Paws publishes a round-up of the latest deals and discount codes for top dog products. This week we have deals from Monster Pet Supplies, Wag.com, dogIDs, Only Natural Pet Store and Cherrybrook.
US company Garmin is well known for selling GPS devices that help drivers get from A to B, probably less so for its range of electric shock collars for dogs.
There is no doubt in our minds that pinch, prong collars should be removed from sale. Many others think this aversive training device should be banned too.
Professional dog trainer and Dogington Post writer Kevin Duggan dispels the misconceptions surrounding the use of pinch, prong collars.
UK law says a dog must wear a collar while in a public place with its owner’s name and address inscribed on the collar or an attached ID tag.
Pet Guide dispels some popular misconceptions people have about rescue dogs – no, most dogs aren’t in shelters because they have behaviour issues.
DogIDs has released a new range of personalised, padded leather dog collars, handcrafted in the USA.
Dog news site The House of Dog is giving away a hamper full of dog products worth £95 in its funny picture competition.
Amazon and ebay have banned the sale of pinch, prong collars, as the RSPCA wades in with its views.