The latest instalment in Wunderdog’s ongoing series comes from the beautiful, snowy Swedish capital. Rescue collie Roxy shows us around her favourite parks and cafés, together with her human, Elin Bohman.
Wunderdog is always experimenting with the line of when dog clothing is too much: dogs are dogs. They want to play in the mud and don’t give a hoot about how they look.
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.
Wunderdog’s walkies correspondents, Jess and Toby, are a remarkable team: not only are they doing 10 hikes for charity in 10 months, Toby is also a certified therapy dog. Here, Jess explains what it takes to qualify (and what’s in it for Toby)
What started with home-made treats has quietly grown into a high-end dog accessories brand for creative, conscious customers. Although what founders Genesta Gunn and Taneale Hrymakowski are really selling is something without a price tag: that feeling of happiness you can only get from a dog.
Jess Martin and her Border terrier Toby are walking to raise awareness for the prevention of suicide among young people. She tells Wunderdog about the motivation and the first walk.
Cocktails, burger and cake for dinner? Sounds perfect! All for the dogs? Must be Christmas
Wunderdog New York editor Tiffany Hagler-Geard attended the most wonderful service of the year, alongside rescue dogs, police horses, llamas, cats and bunnies
Wear your heart on your chest from rescue organisations and companies that give back to doggy causes (and they also work as Christmas presents)
Hey dogs, let’s chat about what you really need. You may think the main things are a home and food. Always food. And treats. They don’t count as food, so lots of treats. And some water to wash down said treats.