Archive for November, 2005

Where to walk a dog in the UK

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

Walking with Dogs is a site set up to help you find dog friendly places to walk in the UK. After all, as the site says: “although there are dozens of excellent walking sites and magazines around, there was little to cater specifically for those of us who always take our pooch with us”. Damn […]

King Louie is a nine-year-old, twelve-pound toy poodle who has the intelligence of rock salt.

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

I actually came across this story of the poor Poodle “King Louie” when looking for advice about preventing a dog straining on the lead at passing cars. King Louie was also the name of one of our favourite dogs from the TV series “It’s me of the dog” so this tale of a very confused […]

Have you got a pet named after another animal?

Friday, November 25th, 2005

Yes, it sounds daft, but we’re trying to think of occasions were people name their pets after another animal. We personally know a cat named Mole and have met a German Shepherd called Muppet (okay, not strictly an animal!). Only last week we met a baby Jack Russell called Beaver and very cute he was […]

Border Collie Complete Profile

Tuesday, November 15th, 2005

I can’t believe that we’ve had Ollie all this time and I’ve not put up a profile of a Border Collie on this site. This profile of a Collie comes courtesy of Dooziedog.com Key Facts: Size: Small – medium Height: 46 – 53 cm (18 – 21 inches) Weight: 16 – 22 kg (35 – […]

Clean up after your bloody dog!

Tuesday, November 15th, 2005

I got back into the car earlier. *sniff sniff sniff* “what’s that?” *sniff sniff sniff* GAH! Dog crap all over my shoe and now the inside of my car. If you can’t be bothered to clean up after your dog then you shouldn’t be allowed to have one. Simple as that. Really. Do you know […]

BARF Diet For Dogs – Not As Gross As It Sounds!

Sunday, November 13th, 2005

The first thing I thought when I heard the term “BARF diet” I didn’t have a clue what it was about. But the more we read about it, the more it makes sense. We’ve been reading the book “Give Your Dog a Bone” by Dr Ian Billinghurst which we’d recomend to anyone. To provide an […]