Are you a pet parent? Is your furry friend your baby, well then this giveaway is perfect for you.
Make sure you like this post, that you’re following the Lovimals instagram page and tag a fellow pet parent that you’d be happy to share the prize with (make sure they’re following us too). Only one entry per person please.
We’re giving away x2 personalized fleece blankets and x2 personalized socks for you and a friend.
The giveaway is open to all UK + US residents aged 18+
The giveaway starts at 6pm(GMT) 12th December 2020 and ends 6pm(GMT) 14th December 2020. Entries received after this time will not be counted, valid, accepted or considered. Winners will be contacted via DMs on 15th December 2020.
Unfortunately, the items will not arrive in time for Christmas, but we still encourage you to enter!
Your beloved pooch may be circling around you for a few minutes before you realize that he is trying to tell you something.
There are many such actions by dogs, which are clear pointers to their behavior and how they are feeling at any point in time.
Many of the repeated canine actions can even be health concerns. It is recommended to be aware of them to take care of your canine friends in a better and more responsive manner.
Well, feeling isolated or alone is common in humans. Did you know that your canine friend also experiences similar emotions? Like humans dogs can get upset if their loved ones leave, dogs also get sad when their pet parents are away.
Sometimes, it is important to be aware of identifying why your dog is feeling the way he is. Could it be that he is feeling sad from being alone or does it signal something serious?
Relax. We have made a list of the symptoms from which you can easily identify if your dog can have separation anxiety. You can then take steps to reduce his anxiety and make him calm down.
With many seasons coming and going, throughout the year, keeping a dog’s paws clean can be tough. Spring and Winters can be especially challenging, with the rains, sleet, snow, mud, slush and melting snow.
Going and playing outdoors is going to be there in every season, so it is better to take adequate precautions rather than just avoid going out.
Once they frolic outdoors, while coming back, they can have a host of dirty and unhealthy stuff on their paws which should be cleaned before it can cause any harm.