Hundreds dogs and people joined the Wooferendum March on Sunday 7th October, starting in Waterloo Place and marching on Parliament to protest against Brexit and ask for a “wooferendum”. We joined the march and bring you some photos and “tails” from the event.
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Does your dog think Brexit is barking mad? If so, it might want to join the Wooferendum, a growing movement of canine campaigners on a mission is to send Brexit to the doghouse. On Sunday 7th October, thousands dogs are planning to march through central London to Parliament for the Wooferendum march.
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Have you ever travelled with your dog from the UK to mainland Europe and back? If so, you will be aware of the set of rules on vaccinations, tapeworm treatment and approved routes which in some respect a bit complicate the life of pet owners.
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There are many obvious reasons for cleaning after your dog, but there is one which should compel also the laziest among dog owners. In this blog post you will find some considerations about the relationship between dog fouling and dog access restrictions in parks, and discover how you can benefit from 5 interesting initiatives London Councils have developed to encourage virtuous behaviours.
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Everyday stories of dog thefts are heard from dog forums and groups. A few days ago, the BBC published an article on dog thefts in England and Wales, announcing a 22% increase in the number of reports over the last two years.
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