Whilst some dogs love car rides, Ember included, some dogs struggle with being in the car for a long period of time. If, in your judgement, your dog would enjoy a road trip with you, here’s some tips I have collected to make travelling with your dog an enjoyable and safe experience.
Summer is on it’s way, which usually in the UK means a few hot sunny days followed by clouds and rain, but this year has been a little different with the current heatwave we are enjoying. However, with this sunshine, it’s important to remember how our dogs get affected by the heat. Here are a few tips to help keep your dog cool for the summer.
I love walking. It’s the best form of exercise and is great to clear your mind, but walking with a dog is even better! Ember also loves walkies, being out in the open air with loads of sniffs as well as birds and squirrels to chase. There is just something magical about being amidst nature with your best friend. There is also plenty of benefits of exercising outside with your dog, many of which are scientifically proven. Need more proof? Heres’ some of my favourite reasons to exercise outside with your dog:
Looking for a New Year change that you can stick to? How about one that is kind to animals, good for the environment and better for you; try going cruelty-free. This could be in many ways – through your makeup and home products or by becoming vegetarian or even vegan. Over the past two years, I have completely changed my mindset and become cruelty-free and vegetarian.
Bear with me on this one, I know it is a controversial topic and for some people, getting a dog for Christmas worked out amazing. While that’s obviously great, other experiences are not so positive.
Everyone knows the saying ‘dogs are for life, not just for Christmas’ and big animals charities have run many campaigns sharing this message. Of course, most people intend to stand by this saying and have all the best intentions. However, a lot of people have no idea what they are getting themselves or others into.
A few weeks ago, Ember tried some Neoh and Nobo Banana and Turmeric treats, you can find our first impressions here. Long story short she loved them, so when Neoh and Nobo officially launched I ordered the rest of the collection straight away. Neoh and Nobo’s brand aesthetic is everything and their website is so fresh and modern, with plenty of information about their treats. Along with information about the brand and treats, there is also information about how they are made, the ingredients they use along with their benefits and let’s not forget their eco seal (paw print) of approval.
Neoh and Nobo’s treats are all made with natural and ethical, not forgetting healthy ingredients and the brand is created in memory of their dog Neoh. All the ingredients are human grade and ethically sourced, the treats are made in small batches which helps to ensure quality and the packaging used is environmentally friendly too.