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Greyhounds not just for racing

December 30, 2016

When you think of Greyhounds, most of us think of greyhound racing. The popular, yet controversial sport has dominated the racing scene for many decades. However, as a result of this, there is a lot of misinformation about greyhounds in general. For starters, most people believe that greyhounds are high energy. On the contrary, greyhounds are […]


12 Amazing Reasons Why Dogs Are Good to Help Raise Children

December 27, 2016

Nowadays, a great number of young children and young adults are addicted to social media and online gaming. Only a significant number of them have the time or make an effort to go outside and play, enjoying the great outdoors and interacting with other kids in real life. In fact, studies show that children these […]


Bomb detector works better with fake dog nose on the end

December 18, 2016

With terror threat levels at an all-time high, the United States is always looking for ways to improve how they detect bombs. Sometimes, we can draw inspiration from our environment. That is what lead scientists to outfit an explosives detector with a dog-inspired plastic nose. This device takes quick sniffs of the air instead of […]


Christmas | 13 Amazing Brands That Give Back to Dogs

December 7, 2016

Found My Animal promotes animal adoption in a very direct way: let your pet wear your values. By encouraging rescue over purchase, we support animal welfare by asking pets and their owners to help deliver our simple, important message. Most rescue homes can’t afford to buy any treats for the dogs they look after, let […]


10 presents you need to buy your dog for Christmas

December 6, 2016

Man’s best friends deserve gifts, too! Do you know someone who loves his dog a much as some people love their children? Are you a dog lover and unable to get enough to the loyal, furry pals? These gifts are sure to delight you and your dog-loving friends, not to mention bring a little joy […]


Thousands of dogs to suffer chocolate poisoning this Christmas, research suggests

December 5, 2016

CHRISTMAS is most definitely a time for cracking open a family sized tin of choccies, putting your feet up and getting stuck in to all those multi-coloured wrappers. However, this abundance of sweet treats can mean bad news for some (and no, we don’t just mean your waistline). New research has uncovered that almost 2000 […]


The covert world of a real-life pet detective

November 26, 2016

A pet detective is a professional that is trained to search for a pet using the same law enforcement investigative techniques that are used to solve lost person investigations. This may include using high tech equipment, collecting physical evidence, identifying tracks and using behavioral profiling to predict distances. They may also work in conjunction with […]


7 London Dog Events For Christmas That Do Good

November 25, 2016

This festive season you are invited for a behind the scenes look at The Mayhew at Christmas. Christmas is always a busy time for us so why not join us at our Christmas Fair and help spread the cheer to all our furry friends! Meet hundreds of dogs, chat to owners and get some great […]


National Canine Health Testing Week: healthy adults create healthy puppies

November 23, 2016

The report last week on Pet welfare, carried out by the cross-party House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee included a detailed review of the Animal Welfare Act of 2006, which calls for the welfare of all animals that are under the care of humans. The report’s recommendations are more than likely to […]

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