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This 7 Year Homecoming Of Lost Dog ‘Lola’  –  Will Have You Hugging Your Dog A Little Harder

    When Julie’s puppy Lola went missing after digging a hole under the garden fence, her worst fears were realised. Despite doing everything a loving pet owner would do when a dog goes missing – putting up notices, knocking on doors, notifying local vets and searching the local area – Julie and her family gave up hope of ever finding their beloved Boston terrier pup and just hoped that someone had found her and given her a good home.   So when they got a call out of t...

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Dog Hacks: 20 Owners Share 1 Tip To Make Your Life Easier

  When we came across this brilliant feed on Reddit of dog owner’s sharing simple hacks to make their lives easier, we knew we’d met kindred spirits and we just HAD to share their gems with you. So here are 20 Dog Hacks to make yours (and your dog’s!) life easier:   1. Thrifty Fun “If your dog destroys pillows and stuffed dog beds, instead of buying new one go to the thrift store and buy an old comforter. The dog can wrestle and nudge and burrow into it, and all you have to do is refold it ...

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This Photographer Takes Photos of Dogs Mid Drool-Shake and It’s Brilliant

  Meet Carli Davidson, an American photographer who’s captured the hearts of dog owners around the world by capturing a freeze-frame over 120 dogs mid-shake. Inspired by her own dog Norbert, a mastiff who’s drool frequently has to clean of the walls post-shake, Carli decided to capture the moment in slow motion   The result? A brilliant collection of images of ears flapping, jowls swooshing and eyes popping as these canines rid themselves of water or just enjoy a good shake. It’s a mom...

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19 Dogs Who’ve Mastered The Art of Puppy Eyes

  Can’t resist it when your dog turns on those puppy dog eyes? Well, now you don’t have to beat yourself up for giving into your pet, as a recent scientific study in Japan has proved that when owner’s look into the eyes of their dogs it causes a spike in a hormone called Oxytocin in both parties – a hormone which helps create a bond between parent and child. So, it could also be the reason why you refer yourself to ‘Mum’or ‘Dad’around the dog and why just staring into your pet’s eyes ...

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