How to Strengthen Your Bond with Your Dog

Connie PowellPaw Pet Travel Tips & Advice


Dogs are not just pets; they are part of the family. Understanding their needs and ways of communication is crucial in strengthening the bond between you and your furry friend. Here are several ways to show your dog love in ways they understand, including their favourite activities like walks, day trips, and travelling. 1. Regular Walks Taking your dog for … Read More

How to Identify Your Dog’s Emotions

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Full article with thanks to: Much like humans, a dog’s body language often represents their emotions. Whether they feel angry, anxious, fearful or happy, body language habits can let us know more about their mental state. Your dog could be wagging their tail or bringing over their favourite chew toy – do you know what that body language means? The experts … Read More

What Are The Legal Requirements of Travelling With Dogs From The UK to Europe?

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Full article with thanks to: We’ve been lucky enough to do quite a bit of travelling overseas with our dogs over the years and when the UK Government’s Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) contacted us to get involved with a case study on travelling with pets to the EU to help explain the changes to the rules … Read More

7 Reasons to Consider Puppy Socialisation

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Full article with thanks to: Good dog owners know that a healthy diet, exercise and lots of love are crucial to the wellness of their pets. However, there’s one important thing to remember when caring for your pup, make sure you’re socialising them properly. You may think this isn’t a big deal, but poorly socialized dogs are risks to … Read More

Christmas Canine Hazards


It’s a little-known fact that Christmas is a more dangerous time for our pets. Their usual home environment is filled with trees, unusual flowers and other decorations and cupboards are jam-packed with lots of tempting but potentially toxic food and drink. At most veterinary surgeries, emergency call volumes increase by up to 40% over the festive season, and it’s often … Read More

Keeping your dog calm in the car


Is your dog a nervous traveller? There are certain products and tricks you can use to try and calm your dog in the car. It’s difficult to predict which of these will work for a particular dog, so I recommend trying each of them until you find what works for your dog. Toys and clothes: Providing your dog with a … Read More

Be Aware of Lepto Vaccination


I don’t normally post this sort of item on this group, but UK dog owners need to know (with so many puppies being purchased at this time of year), use common sense and care about what you are exposing your dog to on your vets advice, this has been known about for some time, over vaccination can cause many problems … Read More