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Twitter Chat with Gocompare.com #gocopettalks

It’s going to be a busy month ahead! Next week I’ll be teaming up on Twitter with Your Dog magazine (@yourdog) and pet insurance expert Ben Wilson from Gocompare.com (@Gocompare); where we’ll be answering your questions regarding our four-legged friends! I’ll be discussing and answering questions on many topics from general dog welfare to nutrition as well as throwing in the occasional dog training tip here and there.

I shall be aiming to reply to all tweets between 8-9pm on September 10th and will hopefully help to resolve some queries you may have on these issues. Make sure to use the hashtag #gocopettalks.

Oh, did I mention there is a chance to win Pets at Home vouchers and a year’s subscription to Your Dog magazine?

Full details can be found below and T&Cs here: http://www.gocompare.com/about/gocotalks-terms/
Twitter Chat Poster

 

Beverley Cuddy on Compulsory Microchipping

I wasn’t intending for this to be such a big debate but I’ve had such a overwhelming response towards this, I wanted to get as much of a variety of opinions out there

Part 2 will be out at the end of this week.

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Dogs in Hot Cars

I know we are heading out of the summer but I think this is a very important issue ALL year round. This topic deserves it’s own article and I think this message needs to get out to every dog owner

I’ll explain why…

My experience…

During the Windsor Show this year (Read my blog here) on the 27th, 28th, 29th and the 30th of June you can imagine it was a rather hot time of the year, as much as it has been the last few months as you may know!

People starting to pack away.
People starting to pack away at Windsor to the car park.

A big problem the whole committee face every year was this issue and I’m proud to be in a committee that was one of the first to have an absolutely zero tolerance with dogs in cars. Doesn’t matter if the clouds are blocking the sun, the boot and windows are open or even if it’s raining, zero tolerance means zero tolerance.

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