10 Warning Signs To Look Out For When Getting A Puppy!

The ‘Puppy Shortage’ in the UK has been a hot topic over these past few months, and you may have read our ‘Pandemic Puppies’ blog back in April, where we discussed the panic buying of canine companions for lockdown. Well, a new study has shown some interesting results from these new puppy purchases… 27% of …

Could Your Dog Help Save Another Dog’s Life?

Did you know that your dog can give blood too? As demand is always increasing and dogs retire from donating, Pet Blood Bank is raising awareness of the importance of dog blood donations and needs as many dogs as possible to come forward to join their lifesaving community. Your pooch could be the difference between …

Animal Welfare

Something we are extremely passionate about here at Digs for Dogs, for obvious reasons, is the welfare of animals. Our Dog Home Boarding Service is built on the idea of providing a comfortable and safe environment for dogs whilst their owners are not around, and to this day we still stand by our company slogan …

10 Ways to Celebrate National Dog Day!

Happy National Dog Day!  Every year, on 26th August, we celebrate our best friends… National Dog Day celebrates all dogs, mixed breed and pure! We use this day to recognise the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year, acknowledge family dogs and dogs that work selflessly each day to save lives, keep …

Human Medicines & Your Dog

Human Medicines & Your Dog Guest Blog by Gemma Vale – Dog First Aid Manchester On my personal social media, I am part of many doggy groups. I have a dog and I want to share his funny stories and cute pictures with the world!! Doggy Groups on social media are great for sharing fun …

Puppies of the Pandemic

Pets. The unsung heroes of quarantine! Were you one of those seeking some company from man’s best friend for the lockdown? Well, you were not alone! As well as benefiting an animal, having a pet around can help with people’s mental health – especially if they are on their own, and it seems that in …

A Lockdown Letter From Your Dog

Dear Hoomans, I have noticed over the past couple of weeks you have been staying in my home for extended periods of time. It is lovely having you here but I feel I should set a few ground rules. I would appreciate it if you would follow the rules whilst you are staying with me: …

A Digs for Dogs Tail…

The Story of Susan & Bella… We wanted to share this lovely, little story with you all during this time of uncertainty to hopefully bring a smile to your face, but also to show some appreciation to our wonderful hosts! Digs for Dogs home boarding families across the North West were so looking forward to …

Pets As Therapy

Further to my ‘Keeping the Winter Blues at Bay’ blog earlier this month, which touched on how dogs play such a big part in our physical and mental well-being, I thought we better give our lovely Jenson some of the limelight! The loveable Goldendoodle is one of the Digs for Dogs originals – he was …

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Being a Guide Dog Owner

Life with a guide dog in the family is no different to life with any other kind of dog but there are some things that only guide dog owners get to experience. My name is Craig and I’m the Digs for Dogs dog walking franchisee in the Middleton area. My wife Claire has a visual …

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