When your Frenchie or pug needs more plastic surgery than the average Kardashian just to breathe, something has gone wrong. Wunderdog asks what we can do help flat-faced dogs and curb the unhealthy puppy trade.
Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg’s book Things My Dog has Taught Me (Hodder & Stoughton) is an honest and touching meditation on life with dogs from someone who hasn’t always been a dog person.
You left me two months ago. I’d known for at least a year and a half that the day would come. Every dog owner has that day coming, I suppose, but when you were diagnosed with lymphoma, the ticking of the clock became louder.
That remote-controlled treats-tossing gadget with a camera that lets you watch your dog when you’re at work? That’s not for your dog – that’s for you and your guilty conscience.
Whether Santa brought you a new camera or whether you work in an animal shelter that’s always busy around Christmas, this is a great time to work on your photdography skills. Here, a true professional shares her top tips.
In the first week that we had the puppy, we took her to the beach. She was only tiny, so we were surprised that she paddled out to join us when we swam.
Words: Nina May, Illustration: Deni Cherneva