Daddy can’t stop laughing at me for not catching this rabbit. But it’s not about the catching, it’s about the chase! Don’t you agree?
I’m so late posting about this, but recently I was invited to share my training tips on Animal Health along with other bloggers, and the post is now live: http://animal-health.co.uk/news/dog-training-tips-uk.html
This post is a great resource for new dog owners, I hope you will get a chance to stop by and take a read.
I was struggling to find a way of illustrating this post, so here’s an early pic of me on an early walk.
What is your top training tip for new pet owners?
Havahart Wireless have created this cool infographic about pet poisons. Hope you find it useful.
When mummy was little she was crazy about the Muppets, and Fozzie bear has always been her favourite character, so when she saw the below bandana on Mollie’s Etsy page she just had to buy one:
Looking good, right? Now the big question is, does Fozzie approve?
I think he looks pretty happy with it, don’t you?
Mollie has loads of lovely things on her site, so if you get a chance do pop by as you might find some early christmas presents:-)
In my Pawsome Box which I talked about last week, there was a ear cleaning solution from Biogance. I hadn’t had a chance to use it at the time, but thought I would come back to it in a follow-up post.
Not having floppy ears, cleaning my ears isn’t really a priority but it’s good to keep them clean anyway, otherwise as nanny says potatoes could grow on them! Although it could be handy for dinner, it would be quite cumbersome and not a pretty sight!
Have to say this solution smells amazing, its mint and rosemary so its really fresh and clean, both ingredients are great for cleansing and deodrising which is exactly what you want in an ear cleaning solution. Plus it’s simple to use, you just spray it on some cotton wool and then gently clean the ears. Being all natural you can use it regularly.
Do you get your ears cleaned regularly?
The lovely people at Pawsome Box have been in touch and are offering a Unique Promotional Code so that you can get 25% off the first box on any one of their plans – including the monthly, 3, 6 & 12 month subscriptions! Just use code: blg1n1iw to take advantage of this offer.
Pawsome Box provided me with the bottle of Biogance for review, but did not otherwise compensate me for this post. The views and opinions expressed in this post and on this blog are entirely my own.
The nice people at Pawsome box recently got in touch to ask me if I wanted to review one of their subscriptions boxes. I said yes please – like there was any doubt:-) Look at all the lovely things they sent.
I got a squeaky pig, a giggly toy, ear spray, an ID tag, a bone and chicken Sushi
Mummy struggled to get a decent pic of me and my bone. It was yummy!!!
This is me and Mr Pig chilling.
And me nomming some low-fat chicken treats.
The subscription boxes cost £19.90 a month and considering the amount of things in my box I think this is pretty reasonable. And they also have a sister company called Purrfect Box for kitties. Pretty cool, right?
Thanks so much Pawsome Box for my ‘pawsome’ box
Pawsome Box provided me with one of their boxes for review, but did not otherwise compensate me for this post. The views and opinions expressed in this post and on this blog are entirely my own.
This weekend we went camping in Wales. On the way down it rained. Lots. So our journey looked like this:
Camping in the rain can be OK if you are prepared with extra towels and waterproofs etc, but putting the tent up in the rain is no fun at all. By the time we reached the campsite it had stopped raining luckily, but the ground was very muddy. Daddy was not impressed, and apparently didn’t appreciate my pawprints everywhere BOL. But lucky it soon started to dry up and once the tent was pitched, we took some lovely walks into the hills around the campsite. We also met up with mummy’s friend auntie Ruthie and went to the top of Caerphilly mountain. Which is slightly cheating as you can drive most of the way to the top!
It was a shame it was such a brief trip as there was lots more to explore, but hopefully we can go back again soon. Here are a few photos from the walks we took
Did you have a nice weekend?
Hey everyone, how was your weekend?
I spent mine camping! Here is me outside our tent.
I wasn’t too impressed with having to stay on a tether line all weekend and frequently got tangled up. But apparently I’m wasn’t trusted to roam freely with so many people cooking sausages around us. I was hugely insulted if I’m honest, as if I was going to steal them! So I preferred spending time in the tent with my new squirrel toy.
It was also crazy hot and I spend alot of time covered in a wet towel trying to keep cool.
My wasp hunting skills were needed loads because silly mummy had a yellow cup and was drinking fizzy drinks so as you can imagine, it was a party for the wasps round our tent.
I got to watch some of a falconry display but there was a vulture hopping around and it looked like walking dinner to me, so mummy thought we’d best take a walk at that point.
She’s such a meanie!
The camping weekend was actually a geocaching event and although I don’t really cache, having come home I’ve now set up my own account and I’m trackable. So if anyone would like to ‘track’ me, let me know and I will pass you the details.
The campsite wasn’t too far from home and was a good trial run for our next trip when we go to Wales in a few weeks.
Did you go camping this weekend?