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Episode 252 - puppy exercise and dog food banks

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Released Sat May 28, 2022
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In this podcast Dr Darryl Millis discusses how to give puppies the right amount of exercise and his article What is the Logic Behind Not Exercising Puppies Until the Growth Plates are Closed? John Cahill, Manager of Blue Cross Sheffield rehoming unit, talks about the charity's pet food bank.

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Dr Darryl Millis examining a dog

Dr Darryl Millis was alarmed by a breeder who didn't want a puppy taken outside for over a year.

Ghost

A sweet-toothed four-month-old Doberman puppy called Ghost needed life-saving treatment after polishing off an entire advent calendar.

Battersea advice for keeping your pets happy this Christmas

Many people will be busy getting their homes ready for Christmas this week, with trees to decorate, baubles to buy and lights to go up. However, while Christmastime is great fun for people, it can be a dangerous time for our pets.

Leading animal welfare charity, Battersea, is advising pet owners to be careful when planning their Christmas treats, to ensure that the whole family can enjoy the festive fun.

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RSPCA tips for keeping pets cool and comfortable as temperatures soar

Animal charity shares tips and tricks to make sure our pets are safe during this week’s June heatwave

As temperatures have soared this Bank Holiday weekend and look set to continue this week, the RSPCA offers advice, tips and DIY video tutorials to help pet owners keep their furry and feathered friends cool and comfortable.

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RSPCA advice to keep your pet comfortable in summer

Soaring temperatures can pose huge risks for our pets, wildlife and farm animals, and with forecasters predicting temperatures over 25 degrees and highs of up to 30 degrees across the country this week, many pet owners and animal lovers may be concerned about keeping animals safe during the heatwave.

RSPCA advice for keeping your pets cool

Soaring temperatures can pose huge risks for our pets, wildlife and farm animals, and with forecasters predicting temperatures over 25 degrees and highs of up to 30 degrees across the country this week, many pet owners and animal lovers may be concerned about keeping animals safe during the heatwave.

1 in 4 Brits will happily share bathroom with pet, new study shows


One in four Brits will happily share their bathroom with a pet, according to a new study by bathroom tile specialists Topps Tiles.

In the survey of bathroom habits, 25% of participants admitted to sharing their toilet time with an animal friend.

But are we getting too friendly with our pets? We asked dog expert Andrew Jones from Kennelstore to tell us about the pros and cons of letting animals share our bathroom space.

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Carlyn's beloved dog Grace.

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