Puppies and Dogs For Sale in UK

Archive for 2008

Pampered Pooches

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

Allow me to introduce you to the world of the pampered dog. Whilst out walking in the pouring rain the other day I came across the complete opposite of myself. (more…)

Choosing A Vet

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

Selecting the right vet is an important part of being a dog owner. Initially you will probably choose a surgery from your local telephone directory for convenience. The trouble is your vet needs to have the correct ‘bedside manner’ for your dog. (more…)

Puppies and Children

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

Children and puppies blend together like strawberries and cream, the bond between the two can be very strong and they are generally inseparable. (more…)

Not Just Fun and Games

Monday, December 1st, 2008

When you acquire your first canine friend you see only the fun times ahead and pay no attention to all the more unpleasant tasks that you may have to perform. (more…)

Dog Owner Training

Friday, November 28th, 2008

It is very often stated that when you attend dog training school it is not the dogs that are in need of training but the owners. Your dog can only actually carry out what you tell them to do. If your instruction is unclear how can you expect your dog to perform the command properly? (more…)

Digging Dogs

Thursday, November 27th, 2008

A lot of dogs enjoy digging, some breeds more than others. The terrier breeds are amongst the worse dogs for digging they seem to actually thrive on it! Puppies also love to dig, it is a new experience for them and once they discover the pure delight to be gained from digging there is no stopping the little dears! (more…)

Winter Dogs

Wednesday, November 26th, 2008

Most of us do not think twice about the cold weather. We simply put on some extra layers and shield ourselves against the conditions. (more…)

Great Dane History

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

Like so many of the different varieties of dogs the actual origin of the Great Dane breed seems to be shrouded in mist. It has been said that Egyptian drawings have been discovered containing dogs that look like an ancestor of the Great Dane. One of the first and earliest images dates back to the 12th century. It displays a massive Great Dane like breed of dog being led by an Assyrian and attached by a woven lead.

Travelling with your Dog

Monday, November 24th, 2008

Most dogs can be trained to become excellent travellers and actually look forward to going in the car. This is especially true if you begin their training when they are still young. The only problem with this is that unfortunately your little puppy’s initial journey by car will more than likely be to the vet. (more…)


Friday, November 21st, 2008

One of the most frequent complaints about canine behaviour is barking. Aside from the aggressive dog the barking dog is probably the pet annoyance of several non-dog owners. (more…)