• Your Dog

    Inside the December issue you will find your chance to win a personalised dog bed, Christmas gift ideas for dog lovers and their dogs, and find out what it's like living with a dog with Arthritis. Plus, meet the UK's first funeral dog, stories of inspirational dogs, fireworks tips and tips for your puppy's first Christmas, and your chance to win £2,500-worth of festive freebies!
    On Sale: 07 November 2018
gifts for dog lovers
Gifts for dog lovers

Gifts for dog lovers - give a unique and thoughtful gift to the dog lover in your life this Christmas!

Staffie Fred is on the hunt for a new home

The 10-year-old Staffie arrived at the RSPCA’s Leybourne Animal Centre, in Kent, in September when his owners could no longer care for him.

Plans are underway to mark the debt we owe our military dogs

Dogs have accompanied armies into conflict since man first picked up a spear in anger. Serving alongside members of the armed forces, they have consistently displayed steadfast devotion to duty and unswerving comradeship in the throes of conflict.

40 ways to get through winter with your dog

Karen Bush provides the best tips to get through the coldest months with your dog.

Teach your dog loose-lead walking
Teach your dog loose-lead walking

Carolyn Menteith explains why it makes sense to teach your dog loose-lead walking...

When do puppies lose their teeth?
When do puppies lose their teeth?

Like humans, dogs have two sets of teeth during their lifetime. The first ‘milk’ teeth are very small and white and razor sharp and needle-like...

40 ways to get through winter with your dog

Karen Bush provides the best tips to get through the coldest months with your dog.

When can puppies go outside?
When can puppies go outside?

You can begin taking your puppy outside and walking them once their vaccination course is complete – somewhere usually between 8 – 10 weeks.

Stop puppy biting
Stop puppy biting

Play biting is a natural canine habit puppies demonstrate as they learn what’s appropriate social behaviour. Puppies need to learn their jaws can inflict pain and how much is appropriate.