Your Dog Magazine September 2020


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Issue Number:
92
On Sale:
07/08/2020
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As dog owners, we all want to do the best for our pets, providing top-quality products to help keep them healthier, happier, and able to enjoy life to the full. The Your Dog Product Awards is your chance to acknowledge and celebrate those products, the must-haves that make our lives easier and enhance those of our pets.

On Sale: 07/08/2020

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As dog owners, we all want to do the best for our pets, providing top-quality products to help keep them healthier, happier, and able to enjoy life to the full.

The Your Dog Product Awards is your chance to acknowledge and celebrate those products, the must-haves that make our lives easier and enhance those of our pets.

Now in their 14th year, the highly valued awards are a familiar and integral part of the canine calendar, and are all the more prized because they are voted for by Your Dog readers, among the most committed and knowledgeable owners in the country.

To take part, all you have to do is turn to page 31 and fi ll in the entry form, then send it off to the FREEPOST address. Everyone who takes part will be entered into our prize draw, with the chance of winning the fantastic prize of a year’s supply of dog food of your choice. All the more reason to get voting!

Once you’ve sent off your voting form, it’s time to put your feet up and enjoy the rest of the magazine. There’s the opportunity to meet the ‘super six’, the dogs who are at the forefront of the battle against coronavirus, advice on how to help your dog become more successful socially, a feature on how teaching the nose touch could be the solution for dogs who can’t keep still, and the story of one Greyhound’s fight for life after being bitten by an adder. All this, and more.

Have a great month,

Sarah Wright, Editor

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