Just like some humans, some dogs are susceptible to prematurely thinning hair. And just like us, they don’t always feel happy about it! Most often seen on the top of the head, or in a tail that is not as full as it once was, these thinning spots can cause your dog to feel less confident and less like himself, especially if he is younger. But worry not, help is on the way!
Although a hat or a scarf can be a cheerful way to hide any embarrassing areas, not all dogs are comfortable with clothing, so we are proud to be the first to offer an exclusive range of natural hair extensions and tail pieces.
These easy-to-use clip-ons will restore your dog’s coat to glorious luxuriance and restore his pride and self-esteem. For the dapper dog or dame in your life, look no further than Crown To Tail. Exclusively at King Duke’s for the month of April.
Every once in a while, life and art collide in unexpected ways. As I prepared to write about pet health and wellness, I found myself in the middle of a health situation with a senior member of our pack, the redoubtable Lucy the Dachshund. This is not the time for cliff hangers so let me say right now, the green shoots of recovery are starting to show themselves and the patient is happily snoozing next to me! But as you might expect, the experience has taught me a few really valuable things, and we share them here in the hopes that should you find yourself in a similar spot, you may have their benefit.
As long as humans have lived with dogs, dogs have worked with humans, and this brings us to today’s topic: working dogs. Earlier this month, it was K-9 Veterans’ Day, and that set us thinking about the many ways dogs assist and support humans, formally or informally, and what in the world we would do without their love and help.