Is there anything as cute as your dog sleeping? Except when they wake up and you realise they’ve slept on your newly washed clothes… So, why does your pup like to sleep on your clothes? Continue reading to find out!
We all love a happy dog that showers you with love and wags their tail, it can be a sign of love and excitement! But, have you ever noticed your dog’s tail wagging in their sleep? Here’s why this could be…
From catching forty winks after their morning walk to curling up on their blanket before dinner, you may get the impression that your dog spends more time asleep than awake. But how much sleep do dogs actually need?
Your pup will most likely wear a collar at some point in their life since many dogs wear them every day. Dog parents use collars for safety reasons, especially if the unthinkable happens and your canine friend gets lost, because a collar can help to identify them. Plus, you can attach leads to them for walkies!
Many dog parents use a crate for their pup as a bed for safety and for house training. It can be a very effective way of housebreaking a dog. But how do you set up a crate for them? Read our helpful guide to discover what to put in a dog’s crate when first setting it up.
A crate can be a great place for your dog to relax, sleep and feel safe, but this isn’t a blanket rule for every pup. To crate or not to crate? We’ve listed the pros & cons to help you decide.
Stretched out, curled up, or flat on their back, dogs can fall asleep in lots of funny positions. But what does your dog’s sleeping behaviour tell you? And do they actually dream?
A cosy dog blanket is a wonderful thing. Besides warmth, a blanket can provide your pup with a feeling of comfort and security. Whether your pup chooses to burrow under their blanket, wrap themselves up like a burrito or simply lay on top, here’s why all dogs can benefit from the extra layer.