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JollyWagger Membership Kit May 2019

The May 2019 JollyWagger Membership Kit was packed with exciting products and services that filled every member-dog's month with pure awesomeness. Ok, maybe a little less awesomeness than the June 2019 kit, but a lot of excitement nevertheless. Here's a peek into what the May Kit looked like. While most of the products were suitable for most dogs, the Toy changed according to the breed size, age and chewing habits of the dog. The Bow Tie was different for male and female dogs. And the Biscuits for puppies and adult dogs were different. The box also included two Service Vouchers: a Bath Voucher which members could redeem for up to 2 free baths at our swanky partner salons, and a Day Out Voucher which allowed members up to 2...

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How to Take Smaller Dogs for Hikes

Whenever the words ‘dog’ and ‘hike’ come together in the same sentence, the image that comes up in our minds is of a ferocious Rottweiler or a hyperactive Labrador wearing sophisticated doggy gear and conquering the difficult terrains of an uphill trail. Nobody ever imagines a cute little pug waddling on a narrow track or a friendly beagle jumping from one rock to another in an attempt to climb up the slope. If you have a small dog, you would have fallen prey to this preconceived notion that the bodies of smaller dogs aren’t fit enough for hikes, this is just the push you need, to take your furball for their next big little adventure. Dealing with The Basics First...

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How to Trick Your Dog into Eating Fruits?

Fruits are extremely healthy and hence they quite often fall into the category of food mostly rejected by babies and fur babies alike (Sigh!). But as parents, there are several tricks up your sleeve that you can use to trick your dog to have fruits in the most appetising forms without overdoing it. Ice Lollies Dogs absolutely drool over ice lollies. Puree some fruits like watermelon, kiwi or mango after careful peeling and deseeding. Freeze them in interesting molds for your fussy babies. This is a super thirst quencher for hot days. Mix and Stir Moderate amounts of bananas are good for growing dogs. You can mix mashed banana in their wet food to provide them a sweet dish minus...

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5 Ways To Minimise Dental Issues For Your Dog

The thought of a dental problem and visiting the dentist strikes fear in our hearts. No wonder our parents made it a mission during our growing up years to ensure we brush out teeth properly, gargle, use mouth wash, floss, do everything to keep our teeth squeaky clean. And we make the same effort with our kids. But somehow, we manage to completely neglect the oral hygiene of our dog-kids, even though we totally adore them and take care of them in every other way. Maybe because we feel dogs don’t really need our help with it. Or the thought of their oral hygiene doesn’t even occur to us until their bad breath starts bothering us. By then, it’s quite...

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8 things to consider when buying toys for your dog

  Whether you’ve just brought home a puppy who wants to chew everything he lays eyes upon or have an older buddy who’s been part of the family for longer, each time you want to buy a new toy for her/him, there are a ton of questions. Will it excite him/her enough? Will this toy last longer than the old one? Will it be safe for my dog to chew on? And why not?! Play time is a valued quality time that you spend with your dog and hence, it demands for you to make the right choice and make the most of it. It becomes even more important a decision for the times when your dog might be playing by himself, while...

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