Dog in the snow: Healthy through the winter

With the right measures, you can protect your dog from the frosty dangers of winter: We have effective tips for you to defy snow, ice and cold in winter and enjoy the cold season!

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Christmas with a dog

Paula's tips for Christmas - Stressless through the holidays

The Christmas season has arrived and dog lady Paula would like to tell you a few things about how to get through the Christmas season with your best friends as stressless as possible.

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Christmas gifts for dogs: great ideas for the festive season

Do you want to give your dog a treat for Christmas or surprise a dog owner with articles and activities for their four-legged friend? We give you tips for interesting and exciting Christmas gifts.

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Intelligence game for dogs: Unpacking gifts

Whether it's Christmas, a birthday or just because - unwrapping presents is fun for your dog too. The additional mental work for your pet is a good balance to the physical workout when you are romping in the park or…

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Poisoning in dogs: recognising symptoms & acting correctly

How can I recognise poisoning in my dog? What should I do if I notice signs of poisoning? Where do I need to be careful if I don't want to take any risks? We have the answers!

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Dogdancing your favourite as a dance partner

Shake a leg with your furry friend - it's as much fun as it sounds! Learn more about dogdancing!

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A cold in a dog: what is important now

In the cold season, your dog can also catch it: A cold is on its way. This article tells you how to recognise an infection and what you can do to get your four-legged friend back into shape quickly.

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Dog clothing in winter

Dog clothing - when dog coats, pullovers and co. make sense

Not all dogs are naturally equipped with the perfect winter coat and need warm and dry support in the cold and wet months to avoid freezing. Hypothermia can also make dogs sick and dangerous.

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Walking with dog in the dark: What you should pay attention to

The dark season is here: it is getting a little darker and often more uncomfortable outside with each passing day. Dawn sets in later, dusk in the evening earlier. As dog owners, we still have to walk our dog, of…

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