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Buy Irish Online (But Only If You Get Value For Money)

I happened to be in the post office early one morning this week. One of the local postmen was laying out his deliveries for the day in sequence of delivery and most of what he was dealing with was boxes of all sizes. How their role has changed d...

Fireworks Starting Much Earlier This Year And Terrifying Pets

Ireland's largest dog welfare charity has received a 358% increase in dog owners requesting advice on how to help their pets cope with fireworks Dogs Trust, Ireland's largest dog welfare charity, has issued some advice on how to keep our furry fou...

Vaccines Don't Cause Autism In Dogs: Veterinarians Respond To New Anti-Vaxx Fears

A British morning talk show's tweet regarding dog vaccination fears turns the anti-vaccine conversation to dogs. Though there is existing research on the matter, the information is not nearly substantial to cause worry among pet owners. Tweet Gon...

Training Dogs To Be Comfortable Around People In Face Masks

From the Lone Ranger to Zorro, we know good guys can wear masks. But just try convincing your dog of that. As controlling the spread of the coronavirus becomes a paramount concern, many governments across the world have recommended – and some hav...

Gardai Issue Advice Following Rise In Dog Thefts

Following a rise in the theft of dogs throughout the country, Gardaí are appealing to the public to take extra crime prevention measures when it comes to caring for your pet, particularly high-value breeds of dogs. A number of dog thefts have bee...

Opinion: You Can Assist Guide Dogs Not Trained For Social Distancing

In this time when so many of our social rituals have changed to accommodate the new rules of a global pandemic, one thing remains a constant: the need to remember to always use your powers of observation and offer a comfortable “physical distance...

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How Dog Owners Can Better Serve Our Veterinarians

Every dog needs a vet to have a happy, healthy life. Your veterinarian works their hardest to ensure every patient that walks through their doors leaves happy and hopeful. As thanks for all the work they do, dog owners should strive to understa...

How To Choose The Right Dog Crate For Your Puppy

Every individual needs their own quiet place, a sanctuary in which to unwind and rejuvenate. This includes your pet, which is why a dog cage is one of the greatest new puppy presents. If your dog is comfortable in their crate, it may serve as both...

Why It's So Important To Worm Dogs (And Cats) Regularly

All pet owners know that routine worming is always recommended for your pet – it helps to keep them healthy and to prevent the risk of illness in people. The trouble is, it is easy to know what you should do but not always so easy to remember t...

Why Does Your Dog Itch So Much?

If your dog is constantly itching themselves, the chances are there’s an underlying issue that should be addressed. It can be irritating to see and frustrating to see your pet in discomfort. What exactly should you do? Why is your dog itching so m...

Great Tips You Should Know About Raising A Puppy

Bringing your new puppy home is an exciting time! You can’t wait to explore everything with her and see the world through her eyes. First, you need to make sure you’re prepared to raise a puppy. They need more attention than people think, and your...

How To Prep Your Pets For When You Return To Work

Pets are excellent companions, and it only fits that you give them all they deserve. Now that we’re starting to return to work in person, this can take a toll on our pet’s welfare and pose a challenge for pet owners. Here are some helpful tips to ...

4 Steps to Choose a Dog Crate in 2021

Step1 Understand the Purpose of a Crate A crate is not a cage, even though some look like cages. Cages seem cruel, but a crate is really a dog's den, his doghouse inside the home. In the wild, dogs slept in dens or dug holes just big enough to tu...