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Bring your dog to work day

Computerquote Pet Insurance will be supporting ‘Bring Your Dog to Work Day” on Friday 22nd June, alongside thousands of other businesses across the UK. Staff are being encouraged to take part so we can test the pros and cons of having your pet in the workplace.

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Dogs in hot cars: would you come to the rescue?

What would you do if you saw a dog in a car on a hot day? We look at ways you can help a dog out if you notice they're suffering from the heat and helping them cool down.

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How do I train a puppy? 10 tips from professional trainers

Training needs to begin immediately. Whether you train your dog yourself, join a training class or go to private trainer, some basic training tips should be considered. Computerquote Pet Insurance has compiled the top ten tips.

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Where can you take your dog in public?

Dogs are man’s best friend. They’re our loyal companions and wherever we go, they follow – whether that’s for a run in the park, a walk along the beach, to the cafe for brunch, and now for many of us, to the office.

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Top tips for keeping pets cool in a heatwave

We all know it’s important to keep our pets active so they stay healthy but how can you do that when it’s baking hot outdoors? With a little thought, you can help your four-legged friend get through searing temperatures and stay happy and stimulated without overheating.

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What can your pet pick up outdoors?

Prevent health risks to your pet from the dangers lurking outside.

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What is Alabama rot and how can you protect your dog?

Dog owners have been urged to be on red alert following the news that a potentially deadly, doggy disease – Alabama rot – is sweeping across the UK. Here’s how you can protect your pet…

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The world of extreme pet spending

Can you guess the price of owning a dog today? According to a recent survey, it’s a whopping £25,000 for a nine-year lifespan, based on the most expensive dogs (St Bernards and Newfoundlands top the charts). Even the cheaper breeds such as a Beagle cost an average of £15,707 over a lifetime.

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