THE BETTY BUNDLE STAFFY BLOG Betty here. The schnippets and me decided it's about fumblin' time someone sorted Mrs Muvver's page out. It's way too seriarse and most of what she says is trollops. This whole Schtinkin-Dog thing is a right pile of twazzle. She's got this thing in her head that goes: the dogs are thinking things through because I'm giving them choices. Like I said. Trollops. We're doing stuff for chookun. And sometimes for sossidge. And other sometimes for cheese
This period of social isolation can be a lovely time to share with the family and, after a quick chat with some of our clients, they've sent us some wonderful photos of their children doing creative things with their dogs. The next few weeks can be a good time for your children to deepen their relationship with your dog and learn how to enjoy calmness as well as play together. It could also be a worrying time, though, and the next few weeks could be looking a bit tense in som
There are a lot of simple things that you can do to keep your dogs mentally and physically active during the current period of social distancing and isolation. CHEAP AND CHEERFUL
Over the next week we're going to show you cheap, effective ways of keeping your dogs' minds and bodies engaged in ways that will help them learn to love being calm. FUN AND FREE!
None of it needs to cost money! We're going to show you how to be inventive with household items so that you can ke
Self-isolation can feel worrying for many reasons, but can cause a lot of anxiety if you live with dogs. It can feel disconcerting if you feel that your dogs are going to suffer by having their walks restricted. At the time of writing, there is no need for healthy people younger than 70yrs to restrict their dog walking, unless you have vulnerable family members who have been advised to self-isolate. In fact, even if you are over 70 or in a vulnerable group, getting outside an
Bette is a sweet little older beagle of 9 years who has struggled a bit with life since losing her soul mate. She has lived with Oscar since she was a puppy and relied on him to help her find her way through the world. He gave her confidence and she has grieved his loss, finding life without him daunting. She has always been uneasy with unknown dogs. Encountering them without Oscar can leave her stressed and uneasy for days. She wants plenty of distance from dogs she doesn't
Spring can be a bit of a trying time of year for dogs, especially teens with brains that can fizz up at the slightest trigger. ERRATIC SPRING BEHAVIOUR I've just had a very interesting chat with Henry's mum about his recent obsession with going out in the garden. Henry is one of our lovely fizzy teens who can be a bit upskittled by any changes in his world and it doesn't take much for him to lose concentration and behave a bit erratically. He isn't the only one. All our teens