It might be April 1st – the day of all things jokes and spoofs – but your eyes are not seeing things… you can get Mungo & Maud for Peanuts but not as in the bargain basement sense. No, no, no! They’ve only gone and collaborated with the creator of our favourite animated dog, Snoopy, to create Mungo & Maud for Peanuts.
With a plentiful supply of chocolate eggs, buttered hot cross buns and tender lamb, Easter is our kind of foodie holiday. However, much of the fruits of Easter – chocolate especially, are toxic to dogs and at worse can result in fatality. You can easily pick up Easter eggs designed for dogs but with identical packaging to the human versions, we think they only serve to confuse our hair-brained hounds. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up seven tasty buys to send your dog hopping mad this Easter.
Just like a box of chocolates, we’ve gone all soft-centred about Valentines (and Basil of course), which is why our latest dog gift guide is packed full of cutesy hearts, pink and all things pretty. There’s treats to tickle their tastebuds, toys, fancy pet wear and more.
Our star buy both on price and pressies is PetsPyjamas Valentine’s Dog Treat Box, priced £24.99, containing a rawhide Valentine Lollipup, biscuits, a sweet love hearts bandana, Dog Pérignon Champagne toy, tennis ball, and pet travel bowl. You can even get the box personalised with your dog’s name and their very own photo-stamp.
Show your dog some love this Valentine’s Day with our recommended gift buys ...
A dry month might not be on the menu for your dog this January but if your four-legged friend over-indulged during the festive period, give them a healthy kick-start to 2015 with a month of supping WOOF&BREW – that’s tea for for dogs!
We’ve finally got our Christmas hat on so now that we’re feeling festive, we share the first of four gift guides for you and your furry ones. Kicking things off is our Christmas gift guide for your dog, with everything from tasty stocking fillers, to gifts for £25/£50/£100 or less, to luxe buys. Dig in!
Who needs to wait for Santa Paws’ arrival when organic dog food purveyor Lily’s Kitchen are serving up a daily, lip-smackingly-good treat come December 1. Yes that’s right our four-legged amigos, Lily’s Kitchen has launched an Advent Calendar exclusively for dogs. But hurry you’ve got less than a week to get your paws on one before you can let your chops loose onto its contents.
We know that you guys need little encouragement when it comes to woofing down your dog food and lapping up your H20 but on lazy days there’s no harm in spelling mealtimes out. From bamboo wood, to write-your–own to finest ceramic, enjoy your dinner, hydration and treats in style with our pick of slogan dog bowls and more.