Now that the summer sunshine is upon us, we take a look at some top activities and tips to help keep your canine companion happy and contented during these hazy days.
Most of the photos in Jamie’s gallery are of dogs wearing our lovely little jackets, looking cosy and comfy and calm. But what about cats?
As you can see above, pretty Scarlett the cat also loves her Jamjacks jacket. Which is good news when there are more than eight and a half million cats in Britain, and 19% of British households own at least one puss.
All too often our product is a ‘distress purchase’, which means dog owners buy one when their dog needs it instead of having one to hand just in case. But we think every pooch deserves a Jamjacks suit. Here’s why.
We take every opportunity to get our jackets in front of vets. They’re the professionals who most often buy, use and sell those nasty plastic cones, providing them to dog owners whose pets need to be prevented from biting out their stiches, licking wounds or opening up operation scars.
It’s common knowledge that neutering comes with medical and behavioural benefits. Male dogs tend to be friendlier and mellower after neutering, and neutering female dogs helps keep Britain’s dog population under control.
Just like us, plenty of pets need an operation at one point or another in their lives. So how do you prepare your pooch and help things go as smoothly as possible for everyone concerned? We thought it’d be useful to look into pre- and post-op procedures to keep your beloved pet as happy as possible at a difficult time.
Apparently human babies much prefer to be surrounded by snuggly, warm fabric than left naked, especially when they’re really little. It’s understandable having come out of a lovely, warm, walled womb where there are no draughts or chilly bits.