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A Waggy Tail

Why Do Dogs Wag Their Tails?

That dog with the waggily tail may not be as friendly as you think. While most dogs wag their tails to signal happiness and anticipation, that's not the only emotion that a wagging tail can express, acc...
Dog Tags in the UK

Dog Tags and the Law

I have met an increasing number of people recently that appear to choose not to use dog tags, or even collars on their dogs. I have always had both on our 3 dogs, so I was intrigued to know why people w...

Why do cats purr?

Is there a sound in nature that's as soothing as a purring cat? Scientists have been trying for centuries to figure out how and why cats purr, and despite all of today's advanced machines and technology, th...

Why do cats like catnip?

Want to see your usually staid, dignified cat turn into a wriggling, fluffy ball of silliness? If she's one of those cats that are susceptible to the influence of catnip, you can induce the silliness ju...

Rugby playing dogs?

We've been at the vet again today.  This time with the 'big' dog and what seemed like a possible ear infection or foreign object lodged somewhere it shouldn't be!After unsuccessfully being able to get near ...