News & Advice

7 reasons to groom your dog regularly

Dog being groomed

We all know that ‘Just stepped out of a salon’ feeling after a human haircut. There’s nothing quite like it and there’s no reason why we shouldnt give the same look and feeling to our beloved pooches as well. A good groom not only helps them smell great and tame those flyaway locks, but there are a whole host of other benefits of grooming your dog too.

1. To get rid of dead skin

6 Ways a Raw Diet can Benefit your Dog

Dog lying next to food bowl

Did you know we deliver dog food? Many of our clients’ pups have ‘Benyfit’ raw food delivered by us each week.  Our convenient delivery service not only saves the hassle of buying direct, but there’s no minimum order and we sell at cost price, so its excellent value. 

Not sure about whether a raw diet is right fo your dog? Here are the ‘Benyfits’ that we see on our own dogs and our clients report on their pups as well:

1. Firmer stools and less gas

9 things to think about when getting a dog

June 2020

Our personal view is that owning a dog is one of the most fulfilling things a person can do. But it is not a decision to be taken lightly, so here are some things to consider beforehand.

1. Look at your lifestyle, now and in the future   

When thinking about getting a dog, there are many factors to take into consideration. It’s not just about the size of your accomodation or whether you have outside space, you should also ask yourself:

4 ways to show your dog you love them

October 2020

We all love our furry friends (sometimes more than the humans in our lives!), but do we take the time to show them in ways they understand? Making a few simple adjustments to your normal day can reap big rewards for the relationship between you and your pup. We’ve put together 4 easy ways to show your dog how much they mean to you.

1. Random acts of praise

5 New Year’s Resolutions for you and your Pup

Tiny doggies living their best life

January 2020

As we start a brand new year and decade, we thought it would be useful to share some tips to kick things off happily and healthily.

1. Set aside more playtime

No pup has ever had too much playtime! They love to play and bond with you, but sometimes with busy lives, setting aside playtime can be hard. In 2020 however, why not resolve to devote a bit more time to your furry friend? It will make them happier and calmer, plus help you both get extra exercise too.

2. Brush their teeth more often