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The Omlet Dog Guide

No other pets are in the same league as dogs. They are not just another domestic animal - they are our friends.

Scientific research tells us what we already know – that dogs help us work, rest and play. They can cheer us up when we’re down, offer affection and forgiveness when no one else will, and woof like crazy at every opportunity…

Well, we didn’t say it was all good, did we?

But that’s one of the great things about dogs. For all their fun and intelligence, they have their little foibles, just to prevent them from being too-good-to-be-true. Just like us humans, in fact.

This Guide is a celebration of all things doggie. It shows you how to look after your wonderful pet, how to understand his every motion, emotion and commotion, and how to make sure the time you spend together is long, happy and fulfilling.

A walk in the park can include some downtime too

The Omlet dog guide covers everything you need to know about looking after your dog. There’s lots to discover from crate training to removing ticks and from choosing the right dog breed to controlling barking… we hope you enjoy.

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Rebecca, 9 September 2022

I wish that I could show you one of my 5 German shepherds. My youngest miss Polly Jo needs a bed so bad..she is sleeping on blankets on my camper floor. My bed is quit but her favorite colors are bright green and orange. Polly Jo even says that she hopes that she wins but good luck to everyone else..she's such a lady...

Chloe, 23 April 2020

Thank you.

Barnie, 26 March 2020

I love my new puppy and my guinea pig and she loves to eat celery a lot of celery

Victoria, 11 March 2019

Need help with trainig trips our 15 mth lab/viszlar cross to sleep past 6am. She is happy in her crate It's covered, warm not hot, quiet. She toileted and fed. We think she just wants company?!?!6am 7 days a wk is too much. She has around 3 hrs a day exercise (2× 1.5 hrs walk off lead @ beach and large open grass/canal walk)

Amit, 13 December 2016

This article is such a great post which effectively reveals some incredible information. I personally feel the usefulness of the article and that helps me in writing my own pet blog (which is named after my pet labra Scotch). Thanks a lot.