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Anger Management: 7 Day Challenge (day 1)

By |August 8th, 2016|

Grizzle’s 7 Day Challenge started on Thursday 4th August. I picked this day as the first one where my partner was away … and you know what they say: there’s nothing like taking responsibility when there’s simply no one else around to blame. As I may have mentioned in a previous post, so much about […]

Anger Management: Background and Lessons Learned

By |August 2nd, 2016|

I haven’t posted about this yet but I felt now was the time. My own dog, Grizzle, came to us as a puppy – 9 weeks old to be exact. He was from a superb breeder over Norfolk way and was in a litter of 4, with mother present along with a number of other […]

The difference between pet care professionals

By |July 1st, 2016|

The pet care industry is booming! The UK is a country mad about pets. In 2015 the UK pet population is estimated at 7.4 million cats and 8.5 million dogs with 1 in 2 households owning a pet (fish not included). This equates to approximately 20 million pets owned in the UK. So it’s no […]

The Joy of Keeping Hens: setting up home

By |June 27th, 2016|

So you’ve chosen your hens and now need to think about where you will keep them (if you haven’t read my previous blog on choosing your chooks you can catch up here).

Now I’ll be honest, I’ve had two lots of hens. Back in the day I believed that the hen coops sold in garden centres, […]

6 Amazing Health Benefits of Walking in the Woods

By |June 15th, 2016|

There is something deeply magical about walking in the woods: it is tranquil, quiet, peaceful and mind-clearing; so it’s no wonder the Japanese coiled the term Shinrin-yoku or “forest bathing” to describe the practice of spending more time in the forest to improve their health and sense of well-being. This is something we should all do more […]

Home Made Dog Treats: Meaty Eggy Yogurt Iced Treat

By |June 9th, 2016|

It was 24 degrees in Milton Keynes today so we were all about keeping cool and eating iced treats! While I got myself a cheeky Magnum, the day care doggies had the following frozen iced treats – home made, really quick to make and chuck full of nutritious ingredients you will have at home.
Ingredients:

1 […]

Holistic Solutions for your Itchy Dog

By |June 2nd, 2016|

There are numerous reasons why your doggy may be scratching and before looking to treat the issue it’s important to understand what you’re dealing with. The below 4 point list is not exhaustive but may help you assess what’s going on:

If dog is licking, biting or chewing at his paws excessively then suspect a […]

The Big Doggie Do 2016 Raffle for Hula Animal Rescue

By |May 30th, 2016|

On the 28th May 2016 The Parks Trust held their annual Big Doggie Do at Willen Lake in Milton Keynes. The event, which has been going since 2007, is popular with families and dog owners alike with numbers reaching over 1000 on the day.

Jog My Dog wanted to get involved in the event this year […]

Minimize Stress When Home Boarding Your Dog

By |May 25th, 2016|

With the holiday season fast approaching many owners are on the hunt for a caring alternative to kennels, a home-from-home environment. Meet: Home Boarding.

With this arrangement your dog stays with an individual or family throughout the duration of your time away. It is assumed that by opting for home boarding your dog will not suffer […]

Doggy Day Care Diaries: deer and falling trees

By |May 18th, 2016|

Hey Guys, it’s Grizzle again reporting back on our day care adventures and today was a lot of fun.

We set off first thing to pick up my pals, it was raining and usually this means I stay holed up in bed as I really do hate getting wet! But mom said I had work to […]