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Top 10 Dreamy Dog-Friendly Destinations

Like us, you are probably dreaming of a time when you can escape to the country or seaside with the family,  a group of friends, or if you are a couple for a romantic stay with your best furry friend.  Here we round up 10 of our favourite seaside escapes, rural retreats and hound friendly hideaways including country […]

10 Pawsome DIY Dog Toys

We all know how quickly dogs get bored with their toys or even enjoy destroying them –  so it’s important to give them new ones to keep them entertained. But now we’ve all got a bit more time on our hands, how about trying your hand at making your own? Here’s a few ideas for […]

Eight Springtime Hazards for your Dog

Spring is a wonderful time of year, and one that we welcome with open arms. Flowers start to bloom, the leaves return to the trees, the birds begin to chirp, the weather gets warmer and the days get longer.  Typically for dog-owners, the arrival of spring means more time outdoors to enjoy all these magical […]

Join in for our LIVE Doga (Dogs & Yoga) session

Originally devised in America in the early noughties, the notion of practising yoga with dogs (Doga) has swept the world ever since. A benefit of calming the senses for both dog and owner, this is also a wonderful bonding session. “If there’s stress and tension in you, your dog may pick up on this”  – […]

Dogs at Easter: How to Keep your Pup Safe

With Easter just around the corner most of us will be looking forward to the usual traditional fare of hot cross buns, Easter eggs and Simnel cake.  All delicious of course, but some are actually potentially very dangerous for our canine friends. To ensure you avoid an unwanted emergency trip to the vet, we’ve put together […]

Pet Inspectors go to Cumbria

Pet Inspectors Rufus and Kiki took a trip with their humans Denise and Rory to stay at Glassonby Old Hall, a gorgeously restored 15th-century Cumbrian longhouse that is perfectly placed to explore both the Lake District and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Although there is usually a limit of two canine visitors […]

Seven Ways to Keep you and your Dog Active at Home

Whether you’re self-isolating or simply unable to get outside and exercise as much as you normally would, you’ll be looking for new ways to keep fit – especially if you have a furry friend that needs to keep active too!  At PetsPyjamas we’ve put together some fun ideas to ensure you and four-legged friend keep active, […]

Dog Grooming At Home

Can’t visit the groomers? No problem! We asked Gaynor, owner of popular blog ‘Four-Legged Foodies’ and Two Terriers Social Club, to share with us how she grooms her Norfolk Terrier, Archie, from the comfort of her own home. Watch the video below for Gaynor’s Top Tips: Key timeframes: 30 seconds: grooming equipment recommendations 1min 10secs: […]