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Laughing Dog has reached its fundraising target for the Guide Dogs Charity.
Ahead of the General Election on Thursday (December 12), the new Kennel Club manifesto, ‘A Voice for Dogs’, calls on the incoming government to reshape the laws surrounding dog welfare and provide stronger support to their owners.
Tracy Richards, founder of pet cleaning product manufacturer Aqueos, has revealed her future plans for the business.
Readers of ‘Your Dog’ magazine have chosen Fish4Dogs’ Sea Jerky range as their favourite dog treat for 2020.
From Amazon to ASOS to Argos, many retailers pushed their Christmas online order dates right up to Christmas Eve last year. Now new research from home delivery expert ParcelHero reveals there is a significant demand for deliveries on the big day itself – and 20% of shoppers would pay up to £5 extra for a December 25 delivery.
Irish Dog Foods has continued a winning streak by getting an award at the European Business Awards.
Lil Bub, one of the internet’s most famous cats has died, aged eight.
Paleo Ridge has launched a new collection of ‘next generation’ raw dog food products.
The British Veterinary Association is calling on vets to report any suspicions about illegally imported pets to local authorities.
A delighted Mary Carter stormed home to win the World Sleddog Championship 2019 with her homebred six-dog team all fuelled entirely by CSJ dog food.
With a growing number of Brits (one million at the last count) aspiring to embrace the Good Life and keep their own hens, ChickenGuard has conducted research to highlight the true cost of establishing a small flock.
Devon-based dog food manufacturer Forthglade has joined the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association, bringing the total membership up to 85 companies, which accounts for more than 90% of the market.
An equine hospital has unveiled its new operating theatres after a £1m investment to expand facilities.
Hownd, the multi award-winning ethical pet brand, has closed its first round of investment following an equity crowdfunding campaign.
Different Dog has brought out a Festive Feast recipe with 60% turkey, red cabbage, parsnip, dried cranberries, sage, vitamins, minerals and superfoods.
Honeyfields has unveiled special offers on its feeder ranges for retailers and consumers this Christmas.
Princess Anne will be attending next year’s BETA International.
After 50 years, the Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition has a new name and plans have been revealed for a multi-million-pound development.
Laughing Dog has launched its first Christmas movie.
A company director has denied responsibility for the deaths of four employees in a mill explosion.
The Golden Paste Company has removed the plastic scoop from its TurmerAid tub and replaced it with a metal tablespoon.
A Suffolk pet owner has launched a luxury dog hamper business, after deciding there was a gap in the market for ‘upper-crust’ canine treats.
The owner of a Croydon pet shop that has been on the market since spring last year has cut its asking price by more than a third to secure a sale and enable him to retire.
Two Emotional Support Dogs have won a holiday in a competition to reward hard-working canines with jobs.
International Cat Care has launched three online cat behaviour courses for enthusiasts.
Dog food brand Goood has partnered with a number of homeless shelters and charities, to provide those most in need with supplies for their dogs.
A rescue dog has found its feet at Fish4Dogs’ head office.
The complex relationship between zookeepers and animals in their care has been highlighted by new research.
This Black Friday (November 29) is likely to see zero overall growth for online and high street spending in the UK, according to home delivery expert ParcelHero.
Sussex-based pet food company Arden Grange is running a 12-day social media event to get pet owners ‘into the festive spirit’ in the run-up to Christmas.
Pet care brand Animology has relaunched its range of concentrated shampoos for professional groomers.
Burgess Pet Care has completed its greyhound and lurcher campaign, a two-week takeover of the company’s social media channels to raise awareness of the breeds.
Poppy’s Picnic has given more than 1,000 meals of its fresh raw dog food to Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary, in Bristol.
Pet food brand Celtic Connection will be headlining next year’s Edition Dog Live.
Trixie has unveiled its latest line of pet products and accessories.
Leading pet food manufacturer Pets Choice has purchased the Bob Martin Healthcare factory, assets and goodwill after Bob Martin (UK) entered into administration on Tuesday, November 26.
Demand for home and pet sitters at Christmas and New Year is growing, according to Homesitters Ltd.
The five finalists for the BETA Lorinery Display Competition have been revealed.
Hollings Pet Treats has added new premium trachea lines to its range.
Dogstival is set to return in 2020.
Pets at Home has reported strong half-year results, with revenue up 9.4% to £546m compared to £499m for the same period last year.
The Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) has welcomed Yora Pet Foods to its membership.
IPN Kinmel Park, in North Wales – home of The Real Petfood Company – has strengthened its team with two senior appointments.
The Pet Shed, in Brighton, celebrated its sixth birthday in style over the weekend.
The 2020 Pet Industry Federation Awards are now open for entries through the Petindex website (www.petindexshow.com).
Pet bed specialist Scruffs has unveiled its annual social media giveaway for 2019.
The British Independent Retailers Association, which represents thousands of independent retail businesses across the UK, has welcomed the Conservatives’ proposal to support high streets if they are re-elected.
Giving cannabis oil to dogs is safe but owners should be wary about giving it to their cats, according to new research.
John Hancock, managing director of Petlife International, has died at the age of 67, after a short and unexpected illness.
Burgess Pet Care has launched the Burgess Excel Vet Awards in collaboration with the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund.