12 Photos of Dogs And People Hugging

12 Photos Of Dogs And People Hugging

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Lets face it, after 2016 we all need a good hug! Well who better to give it than mans best friend? Check out 12 photos of dogs and people hugging! 1. Best friends forever   2. Lets just have a moment.   3. Why make friends when you have me?   4. Don’t go!   […]

Questions to ask your Vet

7 Questions To Ask Your Vet

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1. Is my pet a healthy weights/Is he getting enough exercise? More than half of the dogs and cats in the EU are overweight, according to a recent survey by the Association for Pet Obesity and Prevention. Even worse, many pet owners with overweight dogs or cats deny there is even a problem with their […]

October Minder of the Month

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Congratulations to Christiane C., the HouseMyDog ‘Minder of the Month’ for October! With her wonderful profile (from following our profile improvement tricks) – 4 Paws Buddies – and the great care and attention she has given to guest dogs, this Minder has made herself popular with parents and more importantly, their dogs.   How Did […]


Missing Dog Found… With HouseMyDog Minder

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Missing Dog It was a sunny day in Dublin. A teenage dog walker was taking a stroll with a local dog (Daisy) in the park. Suddenly, two bigger dogs began to chase Daisy. She got away from her walker and fled the dogs and the park out of fear. Her family were distraught when they saw no […]

Dog Howling

How Do I Stop My Dog Howling

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Howling is a form of communication that is used by dogs for several reasons including; to attract attention, to make contact with others, to announce their presence or in response to high-pitched sounds. Before we list ways of stopping your dog howling excessively, certain things should be ruled out first. Separation Anxiety Howling This is […]

Dog pulling the leash

6 ways to stop your dog pulling the leash

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Walking on a leash is not a natural action for a dog. They are not born knowing that they should not walk ahead or lag behind. They have to be taught nicely that pulling on the easy is bad doggie behaviour. Dogs are excitable and love exploring new things, so teaching them leash manners can […]

Minder of the Month

April Minder of the Month

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Congratulations to Ruby S. – the HouseMyDog ‘Minder of the Month’ for April! With her exceptional profile (from following our profile improvement tricks), this Minder from the Happy Paws Hotel has proved to be exceptional in the eyes of pups and parents alike!   How Did She Do It? Ruby proved to be a wonderful Doggie Minder, providing time and space a plenty […]

Minder Penny N

Minder of the Month – March

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Congratulations to Penny N – the HouseMyDog ‘Minder of the Month’ for March! With her exceptional profile (from following our profile improvement tricks), this Pup-Loving Pet Sitter has proved to be one of the best carers to Doggys and Parents alike!   How Did She Do It? Penny proved to be an exceptional doggy minder, providing love and care for […]

Meet and Greet tips for Parents and Minders

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Meet and Greet The HouseMyDog team recommends all users arrange a Meet & Greet before their pups stay with a new Minder. This will give you and your dog the opportunity to get acquainted with the Minder and resident dogs, and to discuss important details regarding the stay. Meet & Greets should initially be held […]