Halloween approaches with its festive decorations, spooky costumes, and sweet treats. While humans eagerly anticipate the holiday, it can be a challenging time for our four-legged friends. From unfamiliar sights and sounds to potentially dangerous treats, Halloween can pose various risks to our beloved dogs.
While it might be tempting to dress up your dog in a cute or funny costume, always prioritize their comfort and well-being. Ensure that the costume is not restrictive, does not impede movement, and does not have small parts that could be swallowed. Allow your dog to become accustomed to the costume before the actual event, and keep a close eye on them while they're wearing it.
A Pledge to Paws and Principles
Dogs have long been cherished companions, confidants, and sources of unconditional love for millions of people around the world. These faithful friends offer not only emotional support but also contribute significantly to our overall well-being. However, the joys of having a canine companion come with great responsibilities. Responsible dog ownership is not just a choice; it's an obligation we owe to our four-legged friends, our communities, and ourselves. In this blog, we will delve into the importance of responsible dog ownership and highlight the numerous benefits it brings to our lives.
You have a dog that has no appetite, is fussy and finicky with his food and you are fed up of trying every dog food brand under the sun. Here are our top tips for encouraging a better feeding regime
The many benefits of dog walking are well documented and regular walks form part of our daily routine. But it is really easy to get into an unthinking pattern of where and how we walk our dogs. There are lots of adventures to be had out there with our canine companions so why not try something new?
Dogs love to munch away on grass and some even make it part of their daily routine. Fortunately, most experts believe it isn't something you should worry about. Nearly every dog eats grass sometimes, and some dogs eat it all the time. You would think that by now we would have a good reason why they do it.
As the weather heats up this week and next, it's important to remain aware of how the heat affects your dog. Heat exhaustion in dogs can lead to serious and potentially fatal conditions such as heat stroke and cardiac arrest. To help keep your dog safe and cool during the heatwave, here are our top tips for keeping them cool.
With the cost of living crisis many families are choosing to stay in the UK. Also our dogs have become quite used to having us around 24/7 so you might feel less able to leave them behind this year. So if you are looking to enjoy a break in the UK with your dogs, what are your options and considerations?
As summer approaches, many of us are starting to make our holiday plans. If you do not want to leave your dog behind, there are lots of options to ensure they can join you.
We are going to look at how your dog can be included in your summer break.
There are so many other activities we can do with our dogs, apart from taking them for a walk.
Let us take you through some of the other fun activities and sports available in the UK.
Dogs come in so many different shapes and sizes, so it is important to make sure that the activity suits them. There are a variety of activities to choose from, with many training clubs and professionals across the country to help get you and your dog started.
Having a healthy digestive system is so much more important than just ensuring your dog has firm stools and less flatulence!
Every single cell in a dog’s body requires nutrition for its creation and survival. The digestive system essentially is designed to extract the nutrients from food, deliver them to where they are needed and remove any waste.
May is not only National Walking Month, but it also has a dedicated week for Mental Health Awareness commencing the 10th.
Owning a dog has many benefits that impact both your physical and mental health. Here at Trophy, we will explore these.
As the winter nights are behind us and the clocks have changed, spring means longer days to spend with our dogs. Now is the time of spring cleaning and more time spent outdoors. However, there are a few things to make you aware of.
Here at Trophy, we have some watch outs and tips to ensure you and your dog are kept safe and happy.