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Six Things to Consider Before Taking Your Dog Swimming

Six Things to Consider Before Taking Your Dog Swimming

Swimming is a great form of exercise and entertainment for your dog. Whether you’re heading to a dog-friendly pool, a local river, lake or even the beach, the water can provide hours of fun for you and your furry friend. However, it can be a dangerous experience if you’re unprepared.
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Five Ways to Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

Five Ways to Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

With a solid hot-weather strategy, you and your dog can keep exploring, even admist the sweltering days of summer. Ruffwear have put together their top essential tips for keeping your dog cool.
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SUP Pup 101: How to paddleboard with your dog

SUP Pup 101: How to paddleboard with your dog

How do you and your dog start paddleboarding without any experience? Here's all the gear you need, as well as tips from experts to make the experience fun and safe for both you and your dog!
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Five Tips for Mountain Biking With Your Dog

Five Tips for Mountain Biking With Your Dog

Ruffwear ambassador Laura Patton and her dogs Star and Colt are big fans of hiking, biking, and skiing through endless terrain of their Pacific Northwest home. Here are Laura’s top five tips for getting started when mountain biking with your dog...
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Six Tips for Crag Dogs (and their humans)

Six Tips for Crag Dogs (and their humans)

Do you love to climb and want your dog to become a crag dog? You've made the right choice, but where do you start? Here are some tips to make sure you're all set and ready to have a great time.
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Moving with pets: expert advice and top tips

Moving with pets: expert advice and top tips

To mark National Pet Month, Tilia Homes has teamed up with pet behaviourist and expert Nick Jones MA to provide some helpful advice on giving pets a happy experience when moving home.
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Earth Day: how to shop sustainably

Earth Day: how to shop sustainably

Today is Earth Day! As we push for more decisive action - remember, a relatively small number of firms are responsible for a huge share of carbon emissions - individual choices matter, too. Each of us can do a little something to lessen our carbon footprint - and our dogs' carbon pawprint...
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Can dogs recognise their relatives?

Can dogs recognise their relatives?

It’s no secret dogs are clever and loving creatures, but can they recognise a doggie relative later in life? A dog trainer explains...
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Easter dos and don'ts

Easter dos and don'ts

Pets are part of the family, and we love to include them in our celebrations. However, make sure to be extra vigilant over Easter - many of its traditional foods, flowers and decorations can be very harmful if ingested! Here are a few tips to keep your pet safe - and to make some safe easter treats!
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How to hike with your dog

How to hike with your dog

Dogs are happy to tag along on any hike. With a bit of preparation the right gear, and a bit of that eagerness to explore comes so naturally to our furry trail buddies, you'll be en route to a good time hiking together. 

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How to camp with your dog

How to camp with your dog

There's camping - and then there's camping with your dog by your side. Hiking and camping together is an opportunity to see wilderness through their eyes - and have a lot of fun! But it's important to be prepared, and bring with you all the right gear.
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Grooming expert explains how to make dogs look their best

Grooming expert explains how to make dogs look their best

Laura Campanella – master groomer and hand stripping expert at GroomArts – shares insider tips on achieving show dog standards from the comfort of your own home.
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