Posts Tagged ‘free guide to low allergy dogs’

I Am Looking For A Non-Shedding Puppy

Today’s post is about a lady who is possibly looking for a non-shedding puppy. Find out what I said in my reply and why I gave her the advice I did, plus how you can protect yourself from making one of the biggest dog-choosing mistakes there is.

20 Ways To Spot A Puppy Farm

After the last few posts on breeders I thought I would give you 20 ways to spot a puppy mill (or puppy farm). That’s because they are very clever to hide the truth, and most of you will be at risk of buying from one.

What Is A Puppy Mill?

In several of the articles about bringing a new puppy home, I’ve talked about breeder types you need to avoid. Today I want to cover the question “what is a puppy mill” so you understand that puppy mills come in different shapes and sizes.

Bringing A New Puppy Home – Are You Allowed?

Today’s article concerns a Wisconsin couple who have had to choose between their dogs and where they live. Most of you could be bringing a new puppy home as a first dog, but in any case this article is relevant!

Think Before Bringing A New Puppy Home

Yesterday I received my monthly dog rescue magazine. Several stories really caught my attention, which is why I’m asking you to think before bringing a new puppy home. Because if you don’t, your delightful dream could end in desperate disaster.

Greyhounds For Sale? Adopt A Retired Greyhound Instead.

I just went on Facebook today to find that a person or organisation called ‘Greyhounds For Sale’ had asked to connect with me on Branch Out. Read my reply and why adopting an ex-racing greyhound could be for you

The Worst Times For Bringing A New Puppy Home

Today I have had a mad day. This is the first time I have been able to sit down at my computer. I’m even sitting here still in my coat, so I wanted to talk about the worst times for bringing a new puppy home.

Essential Steps For Bringing A New Puppy Home

In this quick post I want to give you the essential steps for bringing a new puppy home. This is what you should do, not what most people do. Let me explain why.

Get A Dog For Your Garden, Or Garden For Your Dog?

Do you get a dog for your garden, or garden for your dog? This is a light hearted post with a serious message underneath. Let me tell you about our garden design difficulties and how that could affect your choice of dog

Dog Walk In Dove Dale – 3rd March 2012

I used to love walking on my own. Now I can’t imagine walking without the dogs. Today I wanted to share a few photos taken on an afternoon walk in Dovedale, in the Peak District, and help you find the same joy