It's the doggie meet-up event in London you've all being waiting for! Theres no greater love than the gift of time together so this Valentines we have teamed up with The Four Legged Foodies Social Club to bring you and your dog a Valentines Day to remember.
Introducing...DOGGIE FIRST DATES!
We are very excited to announce that we are sponsoring ‘The Zoomies, Virtual Dog Show’ in aid of Cavendish Cancer Charity. Join us on the 28th of March for a day of fun for all the family with 100% of ticket sales being donated to this incredible Charity. Enter your dog into any of the 8 Dog Show event categories below for a chance to win some fantastic prizes, or simply sit back and enjoy the show. The event is in aid of Cavendish Cancer Charity (Instagram @cavcancercare), a non-profit charity that offers both physical and emotional support to...
We love a success story, and we love a good brand even more. We believe in Wyld Cub, our story and who we are, but we love to share the love and create awareness for other brands out there that are aligned with us. So, we got together with Sarah, owner of HundEnergy. and asked about how she started, how she got to where she is and how she would describe hiking with dogs! We came across your brand in another blog post on the PATS website. We will let readers have a look over there, but we want to get to...
Created in 2009, National Change a Pet’s Life Day on January 24th recognises the hard work of animal shelter staff and volunteers and encourages fostering and adoption of shelter pets to raise awareness about the challenges they face every day.
The leading hashtag on social media is #ChangeAPetsLifeDay or #NationalChangeAPetsLifeDay so make sure to spread the word!
Remember we never tell you how you should get your dog but we always encourage and raise awareness to let you know you can also adopt or foster your pet.
It can be really stressful to think your dogs ‘bad habits’ are non-reversible and you should have done something different when they were puppies. Sometimes our dogs bad habits are not from what we did wrong when they were puppies but habits they have just picked up by us being a bit lazy with not setting up those boundaries like we did when they were puppies!
Some behaviour may be harder to reverse than others, but generally dogs can be conditioned, it’s just about being persistent, calm and consistent.