New Dogs: June 2018

By |June 30th, 2018|

We thought to start a new feature on our blog: celebrating the new dogs who join Jog My Dog each month. This is our first post like this so hope you enjoy it; and if your pet is featured then do share with family and friends!


This girlie is only 12 weeks old and is a […]

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Merry Christmas from Jog My Dog

By |December 25th, 2017|

Curious what we got up to this month? This short blog is a summary of the most important highlights!

December is a funny month for pet care with lots of last minute bookings for day care and boarding (people do leave it late to sort out pet care for Christmas and New Year) yet fewer walks; […]

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Santa is Here! Gift Ideas for your Cat

By |December 1st, 2017|

Who doesn’t like to buy their kitty a present? I’m so guilty of this, I just love to spoil Pancake! If you’re the same then check out this list of useful presents you can wrap up and give to your feline friend on the big day.

♥ If you have an indoor kitty then the Mynwood […]

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Best Local Business Award 2017 Winner

By |June 17th, 2017|

Jog My Dog has been named the ‘Best Local Business 2017’ in the Milton Keynes Inspiration Awards. (https://mkinspirationawards.co.uk/)

The company was up against The Galleon, Wolverton, Rachel Florence Ray, Forever Gorgeous Beauty Salon and Rachel Scotney in the annual ceremony which recognises inspirational individuals and businesses throughout Milton Keynes and surrounding areas.

Clients praised Jog My Dog […]

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Anger Management: Moving On

By |March 15th, 2017|

Got a reactive dog? Are you at your wits end with what to do? Have a read through this positive post as it doesn’t have to be this way!

As previous readers of our blog will be aware, my dog Grizzle suffered with reactivity last autumn. This behaviour was ‘learned’ over the summer as I had […]

Feeding Your Cat a Healthy Diet part 2

By |January 14th, 2017|

I really don’t recommend feeding dry food of any kind (high protein or not) because it is so potentially dangerous for reasons such as:

water depletion (many cats on kibble are severely dehydrated)
high in plant-based proteins and carbs
risk of bacterial and fungal contamination and food which is essentially cooked to death
very calorie […]

Litter Tray Training for Kittens

By |December 13th, 2016|

Many kittens are actually litter-trained by the time you take them home, but if they are very young, or have not been litter trained then it’s pretty easy to show them the ropes. Look out for the signs that they may ‘need to go’ and gently place them in the tray at these times, or […]

Feeding Your Cat a Healthy Diet part 1

By |September 2nd, 2016|

*Survive* versus *Thrive*

… there is a very big difference between the two states of health we see in our pets….

Cats are often put into the same bracket as dogs in regards to their dietary needs. We pop a bowl of whatever in front of our dogs and they eat it, and seem to do […]