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The biggest pet trends of 2017

The biggest pet trends of 2017

Year on year the human race’s dedication to meeting our pets’ every need and spoiling them with new gadgets, gizmos and treats just keeps on growing. With this in mind, we’ve delved into the biggest pet trends of 2017, to see what’s taking the world of canine and feline fixated...

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The Barking Heads’ guide to dog-friendly days out in the UK

The Barking Heads’ guide to dog-friendly days out in the UK

While you've been exploring over summer, we asked Barking Heads fans what your favourite dog-friendly places to visit on days out and stay-cations here in the UK are. With your nominations, we’ve created a bucket list of spots to head when you and your pooch are ready to head on a...

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Nine things only cat-owners will know

Nine things only cat-owners will know

Cats are fantastic creatures; we know that you know that, everyone knows that. But they don’t half have some strange traits! If you’re used to their canine counterparts and see yourself as more of a “dog person”, then cats’ social skills can come across as rather confusing. However, when push...

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Fireworks tips for cats!

Fireworks tips for cats!

These days noisy fireworks no longer seem to be confined to just 5th November with other festivals and general ease of purchase contributing to anxious cats up and down the country. So it’s important to take extra special care of your cat during firework season making sure you can spot the...

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Puppy Training Tips

Puppy Training Tips

Getting a new puppy can be an exciting time for any family, however no matter how sweetly they look at you with those puppy-dog eyes, training your new furry friend can be ruff. But never fear! We are here to share with you my top training tips for Barking Head beginners. Try,...

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Problems with Overweight Pets

Problems with Overweight Pets

Did you know obesity in the UK is now as much of a problem among our pets as in people? Sadly canine obesity is by far the most common nutritional disorder seen in dogs – caused simply by more energy being taken in than used, leading to persistent and potentially...

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