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Doggy Day Care Cornwall’s Dog Friendly Tour of Cornwall: Helston

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There’s nothing better than spending time with your pet when they’re not in dog day care Helston, but sometimes it’s little tricky planning days out that allow you to bring your four-legged friend. That’s why we launched our series; Doggy Day Care Cornwall’s Dog Friendly Tour of Cornwall. Each post focuses on a new Cornish town covering everything […]

Doggy Day Care Cornwall’s Dog Friendly Tour of Cornwall: Redruth

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Dogs are a Man’s best friend, but sometimes it’s little tricky planning days out with your four-legged friend when they’re not in dog day care Redruth. That’s why we launched the series; Doggy Day Care Cornwall’s Dog Friendly Tour of Cornwall. Each post concentrates on a new Cornish town covering everything from the best walks, restaurants and […]

Did You Know Dog Day Care Facilities Now Need a Licence?

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Cornwall Council is now advising day care owners in Cornwall that they need to have a licence to provide the service. Previously it was only necessary to licence boarding kennels, catteries or home boarding premises under the Animal Boarding Establishments Act 1963. Due to the recent surge in dog day care facilities, it has now […]

The Biggest Cause of Injuries in Dogs.

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If you were watching this year’s Crufts you may have caught a very interesting segment with Channel 4’s Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick and veterinary surgeon Nick Blayney where they discussed the ‘biggest single cause of injury in dogs’. Noel explained that lack of exercise is actually THE biggest cause of injuries in dogs. Dogs are naturally athletic […]

How We Keep Your Dog Safe

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Dog safety is a top priority here at Doggy Day Care Cornwall and everything about our specialist facility is designed to keep your dog safe and happy. Unlike traditional dog walkers there is a very thorough vetting process for every single potential day care and home boarding candidate here at Doggy Day Care Cornwall. Starting […]

5 Reasons to use Doggy Day Care Cornwall

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We can take care of your dog no matter what the situation When dog owners hear about dog sitting, dog boarding or kennels, they often think of these things in the context of going away on holiday and finding a place for their pup to stay. But our customers don’t just use Doggy Day Care […]

Introducing Your New Puppy to Your Home

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How to make your new puppy feel at home. We’ve talked before about how to prepare for bringing your puppy home to your house and family, but what do you do when the day arrives and your new pup steps through the door? At 8 – 12 weeks old, it’s unlikely your puppy will have […]

Dog Illness Symptoms: Diarrhoea & Snot

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As you can probably guess from the title, this blog is all about the gruesome (but important) topics of doggy diarrhoea and snot, so you might not want to read it while having your lunch! Here at Doggy Day Care Cornwall, we naturally adore looking after dogs. Along with loving care and stimulating attention, we’re […]

Dog Illness Symptoms: Fever, Breath, Scratching

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Looking after your dog isn’t just about feeding and walking them. Illness in canines, just like humans, is sadly inevitable but early recognition of dangerous warning symptoms can often help to halt an illness before it progresses too far. So what are the key symptoms you should be looking out for? Many come down to […]

Dog Behaviour Tips 4: Chewing & Digging

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So far, our dog behaviour guide has covered becoming the alpha dog, dealing with begging and also excessive barking. This time we’ll look at two common (and potentially costly) behavioural problems: chewing and digging. Always remember that both of these activities come naturally to dogs. We know our pets so well it’s easy to think of […]

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