Now that summer is here, it is time for those great summer road trips! A bag of clothes and a toothbrush in the boot, the open road ahead, radio blaring out your favourite songs, countryside whisking past like a green blur….well, that’s the dream. Reality is probably more like a 5 hour traffic jam on […]
June is National Camping Month (henceforth, for the sake of type-speed, known as NCM.) This is by no means a new-fangled thing – NCM has been around since the 1970s. Here at NHHQ we celebrate NCM with a mixture of excitement and trepidation: we love a bit of camping – but we love coming home to a hot shower and clean sheets and a proper toilet after camping too. There is one thing for sure though, the kids adore everything about it, and there’s another member of the family for whom it is certainly the best week of the year: the dog.
Dementia Action / Awareness Week takes place between the 20th and the 26th May this year. The commendable goal of Dementia Action Week is to encourage people to take some kind of action to improve the lives of those affected by dementia, ultimately working to create a dementia-friendly UK where those with the disease do […]
Dogs? noses are tens of thousands of times more sensitive to odours than humans, but how exactly do these super sniffers? noses work? And why are man?s best friend so much better at smelling out stuff than we are? Dogs can detect some odours in parts per trillion. Dog cognition researchers have reported that, while […]
As we enter into the colder months of the year, it seems that there is an abundance of coughs and colds in the air. As our human bodies adjust to the changing of the seasons, we need to take extra care of ourselves and keep ourselves healthy. Making sure that your dog remains healthy and […]
We all have that friend, relative? or rival who walks their dog with expert lead-wielding skills. They aren?t being pulled down the block, tied around trees or tangled up with the friendly neighbour dog who?s also out for an afternoon stroll. I don?t know about you, but I silently envy the person and pet that […]