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Legend and Daz's West Wittering Trip September 2016

15th Sep 2016

Legend and Daz's West Wittering Trip September 2016

Legend and Daz had a great time at West Wittering yesterday, Legend made so many friends and found a frisbee to play with whilst Daz had a few mental half hours and even swam for the very first time. Take a look at the following video to see what they got up to....

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We have treated Legend with Frontline Spray ready for the Harvest Mite Season

8th Sep 2016

We have treated Legend with Frontline Spray ready for the Harvest Mite Season

We have now treated Legend with Frontline Spray to help protect him against the Harvest Mites as the season is now underway. The farmland and crops near where Legend is walked has started to be cut by the farmers meaning that the Harvest Mite Larvae will need to search for new sources of food. Harvest Mite Larvae create a small hole when they attach to a dog and using digestive enzymes will eat at the dogs skin cells, this is a very irritating and painful process so it is very important dogs are treated. What are the signs of Harvest Mites? The first sign that your dog has these mites is sudden licking and biting their feet with...

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Paralympups 2016

30th Aug 2016

Paralympups 2016

The Olympics may be over however, the Paralympics are just around the corner which start on the 7th of September. We have a great range of Olympic themed dog clothing that are perfect to help show your dogs support including the Spirit in Motion designs. Don't forget to take a look at our Great Britain themed dog clothing to help support Team GB. We also have a fantastic range of toys to get your dog into the spirit, including the Squeaky Gold Medals and Union Jack Aero Throw dog toys. Take a look at the whole Paralympups 2016 range here, don't forget you can also personalise your dogs own clothing take a look at our Design Your Own...

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Legend the Flatcoat keeping cool in the Summer heat

26th Aug 2016

Legend the Flatcoat keeping cool in the Summer heat

Legend is keeping himself cool in this warmer weather by sticking to the shade, he also found himself his own personal pond and decided he needed to have a quick dip, however, he didn't realise that it went deeper in the middle - :-) Remember to keep your dogs cool when out on walks in this warmer weather, if you are unable to walk your dog in the mornings or evenings when it is slightly cooler then don't worry you can always walk them in more shaded woodland during the day. Take a look at our blog post on how to keep your dog cool in the Summer for more information....

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Dogs and Interactive Toys

19th Aug 2016

Dogs and Interactive Toys

There are a great range of Interactive Toys available for your dog and here at Bonnie Dogs we stock a variety of them. What is an Interactive Dog Toy? An interactive dog toy is a toy that needs to be used by the dog for it to work, or by the owner. For example the owner needs to fill up a Kong with treats to make it more effective and a dog needs to roll around an Activity Ball to release the treats. Kongs Kongs are a great interactive toy and they are one of the most popular and have been for many years. Kongs are hard rubber toys designed to bounce and endure a lot of hard chewing, they feature a hole down the middle which can be...

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Dogs and Harvest Mites

16th Aug 2016

Dogs and Harvest Mites

It is that time of year again where the Farmers start cutting their fields and crops and Harvest Mites start appearing. Harvest Mites only occur during the late Summer/Early Autumn months and it is very important you know the signs and symptoms of Harvest Mites and what they can do to your dog. What are Harvest Mites? They are found in grass, woodlands and other foliage and hop on to bite any animal or human that passes. In the UK we have the mite - Trombicula autumnalisduring July - September and most dogs are affected by them late on in the summer months.It is the mites first active stage of life as Larvae called Larval Mites that...

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Dogs and Cooling Coats

13th Aug 2016

Dogs and Cooling Coats

What is a dog Cooling Coat? Dog Cooling Coats is a garment that can be used to help keep your dog cool in the Summer heat. The garment is activated by water and helps keep the dog cool without making them feel wet, it is quick and easy to use and is great way to help make your dog more comfortable in the Summer weather. - What are the benefits of a Dog Cooling Coat? There are some benefits that make Cooling Coats a great option to help keep your dog cool - Lightweight - Quick and Easy to put on - Helps prevent Coat bleaching from the Sun - Keeps the dog cool without making them wet - Easy to activate by submerging in water How do...

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Does your dog roll in poo?

2nd Aug 2016

Does your dog roll in poo?

Why do dogs roll in poo? It is believed that dogs roll in poo due to doggy instinct, when dogs were wild they would roll in the poo to camoflauge the smell and blend in with their surroundings making it easier for them to sneak up on prey, our domesticated dogs still have this behaviour in their genes. What can I use to remove Fox Poo from my dogs coat? Do not panic! We stock a shampoo that actually works at removing the smell and poo from the dogs coat. Animology Fox Poo Shampoo - is the only shampoo we have found that works at removing any type of poo inclduing foxes, badgers, cow and sheeps poo from the dogs coat. The shampoo is...

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Get your dog into the spirit of the Summer Olympics

29th Jul 2016

Get your dog into the spirit of the Summer Olympics

We have had a fantastic Summer of Sport ranging from Wimbledon to the European Football Cup and what a great way to end it with the Olympic games. The Olympics begin in Rio on Friday 5th August and finishes on Sunday 21st August. Take a look at our great range of Olympic and Sport themed dog clothing perfect to get your dog into the spirit of the Olympics. The Olympic range includes designs such as Olympups which can be personalised on your dogs very own T-Shirt, Hoody or Bandana. Or perhaps your dog would like to carry their very own Olympic flame on their T-Shirt. Don't forget to Support Team GB with our fantastic range of Great...

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We stock After Surgery Body Suits for Dogs

25th Jul 2016

We stock After Surgery Body Suits for Dogs

We now stock Buster Body Suits for Dogs, a great way to help protect your dogs wounds after surgery. What is a Buster Body Suit? A Buster Body Suit gives the best protection and comfort for the dog after surgery and is also great for dogs that suffer from skin conditions. It is a tight fighting garment made from a soft, comfortable and flexible cotton material to help stop the dog from licking stitches and wounds. The body suit is also very easy to fit and put on the dog, it features press studs for extra security. - The Buster Body Suit is available in 9 sizes to suit a range of dogs breeds, from the smallest Chihuahua to the...

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Dogs and Grass Seeds

12th Jul 2016

Dogs and Grass Seeds

Grass seeds are a big problem for your dog because they can get stuck in their hair and burrow deep in their coat close to the skin. This irritates the skin making your dog uncomfortable, irritated and can eventually cause a lot of pain. Once a seed has stuck to your dog's hair, it gradually moves deeper and closer to the skin with every move your dog makes. All breeds of dog can be affected by grass seeds but the breeds that typically suffer from penetrating grass seeds are spaniels or breeds with hairy paws and ears. The most common areas that attract the seeds are the ears and feet as they are the hairiest and the grass seeds are...

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Legend and Daz's Beach Trip July 2016

7th Jul 2016

Legend and Daz's Beach Trip July 2016

Legend and Daz had another Beach Trip to West Wittering a few days ago. They always manage to get up to a lot of mischief, please watch the following video to see what they got up to....

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Dog Grooming Customers June 2016

1st Jul 2016

Dog Grooming Customers June 2016

Here are just a few of the dogs who came in to be groomed during the month of June. Barley the Cockerpoo Barley the Cocker Bailey the Border Terrier Chino the Labradoodle Remus the Flatcoat Rolo the Cocker Izzy the Weimaraner...

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Keeping your dog well exercised during the Summer Months

29th Jun 2016

Keeping your dog well exercised during the Summer Months

There are plenty of exercise and activities available for dogs to do of all sizes, for example smaller breeds such as the Toy Poodle enjoys activities such as Agility and Medium dogs such as Collies for example love Flyball while large dogs like Newfoundland’s might enjoy swimming. There is an activity suitable for every breed to keep them healthy and happy. It is very important to keep your dog active and healthy, for more information please see our blog post on Healthy Dogs. If you do not exercise your dog regularly your dog will start gaining weight which can cause serious health problems, if they carry on gaining weight...

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How to keep your dog safe during a Thunderstorm

23rd Jun 2016

How to keep your dog safe during a Thunderstorm

With the Summer Thunderstorms well underway and news of more to come it is very important you know how to keep your dog safe and happy during this time. For quite a lot of dogs the loud bangs and crackles of thunder can be quite frightening, some dogs have a complete panic attack when a thunder storm takes place. Dogs can hear thunder and pick up on storms from miles away due to their acute sense of hearing. The main reason for thunder storm phobia is the sudden noise and electrical currents in the atmosphere, but there have been suggestions that it is to do with the dogs history too. When dogs lived wild many of them had to flea to...

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Reminder to keep a check for Lumps and Growths on your dog

14th Jun 2016

Reminder to keep a check for Lumps and Growths on your dog

Following on from our recent Cancer scare with Legend our Flatcoated Retriever we wanted to remind you of the importance of checking your dog over regularly for lumps and growths, taking not of any that may have changed size or grown rapidly. If you do notice your dog has suddenly developed a growth then please do contact your dogs Vet for advice. Over your dogs lifetime your dog can develop all sorts of lumps, bumps and warts. Most of the time they can be completely harmless, however it is very important you get them checked out by a Veterinarian just to make sure. Most of the time many of the lumps your dog develops are better off...

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We have some good news!

10th Jun 2016

We have some good news!

We have now heard from the Vet and they have told us that the growth removed from Legend was BENIGN we are so relieved and would like to thank you all for your support. Legend will be back to work next week and we can not wait. He is however, getting very frustrated with the cone, please watch the following video:...

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We have some bad news

31st May 2016

We have some bad news

Today we have been given some bad news but hopefully all will be well. About a week ago we found a small lump on Legend which then grew rapidly to the size of a pea and became very red and inflamed. Today we got the results from the needle test and sadly the growth is of the cancerous type. Legend will be having surgery on Thursday to remove the growth and we will be keeping everything crossed that it comes back benign. Please please please check your dogs for any lumps/growths regularly and keep an eye on them for any changes in shape, size or colour. It may not always be bad news but it is very important these things are found...

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April Dog of the Month Competition

27th May 2016

April Dog of the Month Competition

Our 4 entries have now been chosen for the April Dog of the Month Competition. Entry No1 : Chino the Labradoodle Entry No2: Fifi the French Bulldog Entry No3: Mrs Hudson the Schnauzer Entry No4: Tamara the Yorkie The winner of our Dog of the Month competition will be the dog who receives the most likes, votes, favourites and re-tweets so don't forget to share and check out our other social media pages including Twitter, Google + and our Blog on our Website (Links below). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BonnieDogs/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BonnieDogs Google+ :...

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Alabama Rot Update - Use diluted hibiscrub after walks

23rd May 2016

Alabama Rot Update - Use diluted hibiscrub after walks

With the recent news of a suspected Alabama Rot case in Fetcham being confirmed Vets have now suggested using diluted hibi-scrub on your dogs paws, legs and anywhere on your dogs body that might have got damp or muddy on the walk straight away on return from a walk. Owners who walk their dogs locally to Fetcham especially around Polesdon Lacy, Bookham Common and Norbury Park have been asked to be vigilant and ensure that they check their dogs for signs and symptoms of Alabama Rot after walking. - Alabama Rot appears as lesions on dogs skin, appearing on a dogs muzzle, limbs and feet. - Causes Kidney failure - Check your dog daily...

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