Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The Most Stylish Dog In The World

Bodhi is a three-year-old Shiba Inu living in New York City with his owners David Fung, 28, a graphic designer; and his fashion-designer girlfriend, Yena Kim, 26. One day the couple decided to give their pooch a few styling tips and dressed Bodhi in one of Fung’s outfits. They posted a photo to Facebook to share with their friends and family to only later find out the picture had gone viral!

Bodhi is now known as the world’s best dressed dog, sporting the latest in men’s fashion and inspiring fans with his style and panache. Have a scroll through to see some of Bodhi’s favorite outfits.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Revolution Facts

One fact that might give you the chills this autumn is finding out that fleas and other parasites can be nestled in hiding places inside and outside your home without you ever knowing they’re there. The most common hideouts for these pesky parasites are on your pets, on other peoples pets, on wild animals, on shrubbery and bushes in your backyard (where other infested animals can frequent), as well as on the carpets, floors and sofas of your home. That is why, no matter what season or time of the year it may be, flea medication that can attack and kill these parasites and ensure they never return or arrive in the first place should be administered. Have a read below about the topical flea and worm treatment, Revolution.

How Revolution Works

Once applied, Revolution is quickly absorbed into your pet’s bloodstream and distributes through their skin and hair to get down to the business of killing fleas, flea larvae, flea eggs and any other external parasites. Revolution will continue to protect your pet for an entire month, regardless of how long your pet’s hair is.

What Revolution Does

Revolution for Cats works to keep cats safe from:
  • Adult fleas
  • Flea eggs
  • Flea larvae 
  • Ear mites
  • Heartworm
  • Hookworm
  • Lice
  • Roundworm

(Safe for use on kittens from 6 weeks old)

Revolution for Dogs works to keep dogs safe from:
  • Adult fleas
  • Flea eggs
  • Flea larvae
  • Flea allergy dermatitis
  • Ear mites
  • Lice
  • Sarcoptic mange
  • Heartworm prevention
  • Hookworm
  • Roundworm
  • Whipworm
  • Tapeworm
(Safe for use on puppies from 6 weeks old, pregnant and lactating bitches and breeding males)

How To Use Revolution

Using revolution is easy as 1, 2, 3. Simply once a month, squeeze one Revolution pipette on the skin at the base of your cat or dog’s shoulder blades. Within two hours your pet will be fully protected for the next 30 days. Also rest assured, in the event that you bathe your pet two hours after applying Revolution, the application will still remain completely effective.

For a more detailed user guide:

Step One:
  • Hold tube upright
  • Press cap down until you hear a click (meaning  the cap has punctured the tip of the tube)
  • Remove cap and check tube is clear and open
Step Two:
  • Part the hair at the base of your cat or dog’s neck
  • Place the open end of the tube onto the visible area of skin
  • Squeeze the tube until empty onto the one spot (keep the tube squeezed to avoid drawing liquid back in) 
Step Three:            
  • While keeping the tube squeezed, drag it along and away from the liquid, then lift up to remove
  • Ensure the tube has been emptied
  • Relax for a month knowing your fur friend is protected!                                  

For a limited time get Revolution 12 for the price of 10!

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Canine Kings

Amongst the royal family’s collection of pets some of the most famous are their dogs. From the Queen of England’s beloved Corgis and Dorgis to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s pup, Lupo, it is well known how much the English Royal Family loves their dogs. Which royal dog is your favorite?

Dogs of the English Royal Family


Possibly the most well-known dog in the world, Lupo, is the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s English Cocker Spaniel. A fun fact about Lupo is that he was famously used to select the name of the Duke and Duchess' first child; pieces of papers were scattered across the floor with various names printed on them, which resulted in Lupo reportedly navigating to the name ‘George’.

Willow and Holly

These are the last two remaining corgis belonging to the Queen. Queen Elizabeth II is best known for her love of Corgis, and even has toy versions of them that are a big seller at the palace gift shops. The Queen herself feeds the corgis and leads them on daily walks, which also serve as a kind of therapy. Her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has referred to this form of therapy as his wife’s “dog mechanism.”

“My Corgis are family,” the Queen has said. Since the 1950s, with considerable help from others, the Queen has personally overseen a program of Corgi breeding that is based on the grounds of Windsor Castle. Purebred puppies from her kennel are registered under the affix of Windsor. The Queen has never allowed her own Corgis to compete at dog shows, nor has she ever sold one, although she has given many away as gifts. Her Majesty also has two Dorgis, a cross between a Dachshund and a Corgi, named Candy and Vulcan.

Tosca and Rosie

The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla is the proud owner of two Jack Russell Terriers. They live with the Duchess and Prince Charles in Clarence House.


When Queen Victoria’s beloved Border Collie Noble died at Balmoral in 1887, he was buried in the grounds of the castle and given his own gravestone, which read:

'Noble by name by nature noble too
Faithful companion sympathetic true 
His remains are interred here'


The beloved Fox Terrier of King Edward VII, having out lived his master, Caesar took part in the King’s funeral ceremony and was given the honor of following the coffin in the funeral procession.

Other Royal Dogs

Ziggy – Danish Royal Family

Five months before the birth of her first child, proud Australian Princess Mary, become “puppy-mother” to the adorable Border Collie Ziggy. In describing her typical morning, the crown Princess does not forget to give Ziggy a mention. In conversation the Princess said, "Then we talk and eat, while our dog Ziggy runs in and out.” Mary's three year old son Prince Vincent also confirmed the family's love for their dog when seeing a family portrait with Ziggy in it and calling out "Ziggy, Ziggy, dad, mum, that's Ziggy."