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Do Dogs Really Love Us?
In the English language, we have just one word to describe the different types of love. The ancient Greeks were a bit smarter in this respect; they used different words to describe the love for a spouse, a sibling, a parent or a friend. You have to wonder which word they used to describe the love between pets and people.
We know how we feel towards our pets, but do they experience the same emotions toward us? Or is the bond simply a mixture of instinct, dependence and social role? In short, do our pets really "love" us, as we understand it? In a word, the answer is yes, according to clinical evidence. Food does play a large role in feelings of affection between pet and owner.
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They always run to greet us. Always wait patiently for us to return. But caring for a dog is about love, compassion and ultimately, responsibility. That’s why we are dedicated to creating products and providing insights that enrich their lives.
Big Dogs Breakfast Month is Here
September is set to be brimming with breakfasts, with all money raised helping turn more puppies into life-changing dogs.
Across the country, friends and family (along with any four-legged chums) are getting together for breakfast or brunch and making a difference.
Demi and assistance dog Bumble’s event kicked off Big Dog’s Breakfast month and was a huge success. Demi says: “I held Bumble’s Big Dogs Breakfast as a way of raising money to give other people the gift of independence, companionship and freedom …
Calling All Dog Lovers...a Fun-filled, Free Day Out!
Everyone’s invited, including pet dogs, to Dogs for the Disabled’s exciting Fun Day.
The event is from 11 am to 3 pm on Saturday 25th July at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, and is a wonderful celebration of the special relationship between people and dogs. Entry is free.
Attractions include a Fun Dog Show, Dog Games and Agility, Heel and Wheel work to Music, Dogs for the Disabled’s own incredible Demonstration Team, Zoo Bus, Police Dog Demonstration, Super Car rides, Spa Strummers Ukulele band, …
A New Name and Identity for Dogs for the Disabled
Dogs for the Disabled announced today (July 20th) a new name and identity for the charity.
From 15 October 2015, the charity will become Dogs for Good, with a new and much bolder presentation of the charity’s work, focusing on all the good that can be achieved by bringing people and dogs together.
The decision was made by the charity’s Board of Trustees following a careful review and thorough independent research among stakeholders, which suggested a new name and identity would be in …