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Does your dog need to chill out?

For all those nay sayers out there that think that dogs are not the most fun loving and easy going fellows... watch this video!

This chap frankly puts some of his human friends to shame here... but look at how completely relaxed he is.  In his element isn't he!  So if your dog is in need of a little R&R - perhaps get him a skateboard with his Dickybag this Christmas?

I'm off to get my knee pads on to see if I can replicate what he's achieved here.  Just fantastic!

Smell you later

Dicky Dog


Christmas can be dangerous for Dogs!

Ah... here we are - Christmas week!  Everywhere I look you humans seem to be scurrying to and fro making the final preparations for the festivities to come this weekend - holly hangs everywhere, the houses are all looking very jolly with their inflatable Santas and brightly lit ornaments and you all look very excited.  Very sweet.

However, at the risk of sounding like a complete party pooper (do you see what I did there? Dickybags... poop... oh forget it!) I would like to draw your attention to this article on the Dog News blog.

You see - Christmas can be a rather hazardous time for dogs.  Not only are we force fed all manner of left overs from Christmas dinner but some of you even give us chocolate (not good for us at all!) and those Christmas crackers!  Well... let's just say there was a rather unfortunate incident last year where I was so startled by a cracker banging that I fell off the sofa in the middle of the Queen's speech!

But that's not all!  According to the article, the following are the Top 5 Christmas Hazards for Dogs!  Please familiarise yourself with them and ensure that they don't cause any problems in your home this Christmas...

1) Chocolate  
2) Antifreeze on the ground  
3) Pine needles  
4) Glass decorations  
5) Crowded kitchens

Do read the article, it's really very good and you may just save your dog a few mishaps!

Smell you later

Dicky Dog




Harvey Nichols "The Must Have Accessory this Christmas is Canine"

Tempers are soaring after the Christmas advert from Harvey Nichols (which depicts dogs as fashion accessories) was first aired!!

This is a blog post about it from the Editor of Dogs Today  in which she shares the offending advert along with her views and also those of Clarissa Baldwin OBE, the Chief Executive of Dogs Trust and the inventor of the phrase "A dog is for life not just Christmas":

It makes an interesting read and I'd love to know your views on this rather delicate subject!  Personally I would have expected an organisation with such a reputation to know that the must have accessory this Christmas is a Dickybag!

Smell you later

Dicky Dog



Who let the dogs out?

I'm told I have several rather unusual habits... wearing a crown for example and speaking in the rather regal tone of bark in which I do... oh and picking up after myself in order to use my beloved Dickybag.

However I could hardly believe my eyes when a Dickybag customer sent in this video of Canine Conundrums!  What on earth are these fellows thinking?

Does your dog have any hilarious habits?  If so, please share them with me.  I am always delighted to hear from you!

Smell you later

Dicky x


E=MC.... Squirrel?

“Clever boy!” is actually my middle name, my human says it all the time so it must be true. I am much brighter than a cat (obviously) although our neighbours seem to love theirs despite their lower intelligence and loyalty scores!  Cats... yuck... they make you shudder just thinking about them don't they?  They are all so lazy...and just entirely unpleasant to look at.

Anyway, back to the question at hand.  So just how intelligent are we really, us dogs? My human tells me that research would now seem to suggest that we evolved alongside humans and are able to read your emotional state from your facial expressions, so watch out! Today we understand your emotions- tomorrow we will rule the world!! Mwhahahahahaha.......

However, if natural selection were more evident in this day and age, my friend Grover would have bought the farm ages ago!

Smell you later!

Dicky :)



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