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The do's and don'ts of traveling with pets

The Do’s and Don’ts of traveling with pets

When traveling with pets it is necessary to take the right precautions so that you and your pet have a safe and enjoyable experience. The following list of do’s and don’ts will help you ensure that your travels go as smoothly as possible. Do’s Make sure your pet is up-to-date on their vaccinations There are […]

10 ways to keep your dog safe in the winter

10 Ways to look after your Dog in Winter

In this post we will be providing you with 10 ways in which you can make sure your dog is safe and comfortable this winter. 1. Keeping your dog warm Unless you can see them physically shivering it can be hard to tell when a dog is cold, especially when they aren’t in the same […]

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How to Measure your Boot for a Pet World Crate

At Pet World, we do our best to ensure we test our products in as many cars as possible. Unfortunately, as there are so many new cars being released every year, it’s hard to keep up. Additionally, we always recommend measuring your boot dimensions before purchasing one of our cages to ensure it will fit. […]

5 Things to know before driving with your pet

5 Things you need to know before driving with your pet

Here are the 5 most important things you need to know before driving with your pet, to make sure you are fully prepared for any long journeys. 1. What is the law regarding driving with pets? Did you know it is illegal to drive without your dog being correctly restrained? Driving with dogs in the […]

Travel sickness in dogs & how to prevent it

Causes of travel sickness in dogs Travel sickness is very common in puppies under the age of 1 as the inner structures of the ear responsible for balance are not yet fully developed. In some cases, this can also be caused by an inner ear infection that can affect balance or medication making them nauseous. […]

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Dog Show Guide: How to Get Started in Dog Showing | Part 2

If you haven’t yet read part one of our dog show guide – click here to go back and learn the art of stacking and how to gait your dog. If you have read our post and feel more confident with your pet and working as a team, then it’s time to advance to the […]

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Dog Show Guide: How to Get Started in Dog Showing | Part 1

There are many negative stigmas and myths surrounding attending dog shows, either as a guest or competitor. We want to dispel these rumours and teach you step-by-step how to get started in dog showing. At first glance, you may think it’s a daunting task with too much to learn to even think about attending. In […]

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How to Safely Travel with your Pet (Dog Crates vs Dog Guards)

A large number of UK motorists are unaware that failing to safely restrain a pet in their vehicle while driving could result in fines of up to £5,000. Rule 57 of the Highway Code states “When in a vehicle make sure dogs or other animals are suitably restrained so they cannot distract you while you […]

Dog Grooming – Nails

If you’re lucky enough to be able to send your dog to the groomers, then clipping your dogs’ nails is probably not something you have much experience of.  You should know you’re potentially wasting money on getting your dog groomer professionally though – especially if it is just for something as simple as getting some […]