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I know I go on about my dog a lot. And she is great. But did you hear the story about puppy-dog eyes and how dogs developed facial muscles (aka puppy-dog eyes) that would get humans to do things for them? Master manipulators. But a great tactic from an animal that is as needy as
What dogs can teach us about ourselves Have you ever seen a dog that looks like its owner? What about one that behaves like its owner? The latter is far more common, I think. Even more so having watched Channel 4’s Puppy School. We dipped in and out of it; and caught a couple of
Who’s the best dog? We’ve been finding out in a series of dog shows across Dublin over the past few weeks and months. But, we’re not done yet. The Pet Parlour, in association with Dublin City Council, could be headed your way soon. If you’re the kind of person who watches Crufts and thinks:
I have been working in conjunction with Dublin City Council for the last two years putting on Dog Shows all over the great city of Dublin. I would like to put myself forward as your Canine Candidate for Dublin. If elected I promise to More Dog Parks, our owners get to let us off the
What’s the worst thing about owning a dog? Be honest. It’s picking up s*1t every day of its life, right? When I talk to people who don’t have dogs, they really don’t understand why we do it. If they have kids, they can kind of understand but they will often say they couldn’t do what
We’re going Christmas crackers It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Are you feeling Christmasy yet? The team at the Pet Parlour are. We are finalising our letters to Santa Clause, buying the last of our presents and will soon be putting up our Christmas tree. The kids are really excited about what
Something spooky comes this way
Halloween is a scary time for many people, for pets it can be a very stressful time. Fireworks and firecrackers can be mildly irritating to extremely annoying, depending on the frequency. But, spare a thought for your canine friend whose hearing is roughly four times better than yours. No surprise then that the spooky season can be a stressful time for pets.
Here are 10 easy steps you can take to help your dog feel safe and calm during this time.
Over the last couple of weeks in the shop, I have noticed a somewhat worrying trend of sorts….. Numerous customers coming into the shop to buy their Pets food and sadly telling me how their recent visit to the Vets, for whatever reason, had left their animals somewhat toothless!! All pulled WITHOUT any consultation beforehand!
A Natural Holistic Flea Tick & Mite Repellent that actually works!! Many moons ago myself & my friend and our respective girlfriends decided to head on holiday to the south of Turkey. On the first night, all dressed up to head out for dinner, we sat in the hotel foyer while waiting for our taxi
When I was a kid, I often read the Dandy Comic. I remember one sketch which saw one of the characters putting dozens of puncture repair patches all over the tubes of his bike. When asked by another character what he was doing, he replied that he was putting the patches on BEFORE he got the puncture
As most of you know we have one of Ireland’s biggest selection of raw dog food‘s out there such as Paleo Ridge, Nutriment, Nature’s Menu, some local brands and a variety of Irish meats including Atlantic sardine and wild poultry. Our 18ft freezer is full to capacity but we need more room to develop a new range. This
To neuter or not to neuter, that is the question. But what is the answer? Kaya, my new puppy, turned six months the other day! Yay…and almost immediately broke into her, and my, first season…..help!! She is becoming an adult sooner than I thought she would. This surprise situation has me asking many questions and
What is Fresh Dog Food, Raw Dog Food and BARF?? It’s called lots of things – fresh dog food, raw dog food or even BARF! The acronym BARF dog food was coined by the Australian Billanhurst and stands for Bones and Raw Food (also Biologically Appropriate Raw Food). They all mean the same thing to
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Customers ask me this question all the time. If they don’t ask I tell them anyhow. Yes, you can and SHOULD regularly change your pet’s food (specifically the protein source). Imagine eating the same sandwich for lunch EVERYDAY!The same dinner every evening, Everyday! You’d get sick of it very quickly. Eventually, even the smell of
Pet Parlour Natural Flea Powder When I began the exciting journey into the pet world a number of years back, there was a flurry of pet industry sales reps calling to see me, all obviously eager to sell their wares. Food, beds, leads, harnesses shampoos and so on. I would endeavour to try educate myself as
As most of you know already, The Pet Parlour is going through some changes. Most importantly, we are developing our fresh food for pet’s section. We already stock various flavours of Nature’s Menu (UK raw dog food) and a locally sourced Irish raw dog food and are now delighted to announce that we have secured
The Pet Parlour Terenure is delighted to offer you buy one get one free special discount on Leader Dog Food!.
Canagan grain free dog food is superior to most other dog foods. It is one of the leading grain free dog foods available and we recommend it. All their dog foods are made with real meat, no filler, no rubbish. Great nutrition for your dog.
Well done to all involved both organizers and contestants.Hope you enjoy the pictures! Adult Bitch 1st Place-Roxy with Aisling Adult Bitch 2nd Place-Penny Adult Bitch 3rd Place-Millie with Siobhan Adult Bitch 4th Place-Buffy with Siobhan Adult Dog Adult Dog 1st Place-Sam with Dave Adult Dog 2nd Place-Leo with
The Pet Parlour had been looking forward to the Sandymount Dog Show since this time last year. We’d been there in 2016, but not been involved. The way Sandymount Green, it’s a park, is situated means there is normally a very intimate feel to the show, even if there are big crowds. Alas and alack this