Dogs, it’s time to iron your best bandana, learn to drink without slurping and resist temptation to lick your plate (it’s only for one afternoon!): you can come to high tea with your humans
A week before the UK release of Wes Anderson’s new adventure, the animal charity has searched its shelters for the real deals
Let’s be honest, who doesn’t want Duke by her side?
Lucy’s Law, the campaign to ban the sale of puppies by pet shops and other third-party dealers, has today reached more than 100,000 signatures, which means parliament will consider it for a debate.
Between the grooming and growling Crufts has a lot of heart for dogs as sweet, fun-loving companions – even if it doesn’t wear that heart on its sleeve
Success for #banshockcollars: Defra has announced consultation into the ban of electric shock collars
A still from Dogs Trust’s campaign video
The lobbying efforts by Dogs Trust, veterinary professionals, animal charities and generally sane people, who signed the petition, has been successful: This morning, Defra announced it will ban the use of electric shock collars.
Just like we no longer cane children to teach them discipline, it is extraordinary that we should still use electric shock collars to discipline dogs. And yet, while choosing reward-based training over punishment should be a no-brainer
There is a Valentine’s market for dogs on Sunday (so don’t pretend your weekend plans can’t be changed)
As responsible dog owners, Wunderdog knows you are prepared for Valentine’s Day. You have taken the day off, the phone is on silent yet prepared with several dog-friendly cab services on speed dial to collect you once you get totally lost on your all-day sniff walk.
The study, carried out in partnership with the Scottish SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), built on previous research into whether music affects dogs. In 2015, the research team found evidence that
Wunderdog New York editor Tiffany Hagler-Geard attended the most wonderful service of the year, alongside rescue dogs, police horses, llamas, cats and bunnies
The Dublin-based children’s book illustrator has received rave reviews for her work, runs workshops in schools and brings kids’ books to every corner of Ireland. Her new book, however, is aimed at dog lovers. She talks to Wunderdog about pooches and publishing.