Dogs Monthly magazine, containing articles on the history, background and politics of dogs as pets with a range of features on products, ownership lifestyle, care and training. Here at Newsstand we appreciate a magazine that does exactly what it says. Dogs Monthly magazine is, you’ve guessed it, a monthly magazine devoted to everything about man’s canine companion.
Filled with in-depth articles covering all aspects of living with a dog, Dogs Monthly is an informative and entertaining read. Whether you want to know all about different breeds, how to properly look after your fluffy best friend, where the best walks are or how to train your dog, Dogs Monthly has got you covered. Just perfect for all dog lovers.
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It was very hard to resist making a few paw-ful dog related puns in the above description. I canine help the urge to have a ball writing about these not at all great dane-gerous animals. Okay that’s more than enough of that.
Dog owners are a breed apart from everyone else (sorry, last one I promise). Having the devotion to get up early in the morning and traipse around the local area whilst your dog sniffs excitedly and strains at the leash, occasionally acknowledging other slightly zombified early morning dog walkers with a mutual grunt, seems a lot of effort to us. But don’t let us paint too gloomy a picture for you!
It all makes sense when it’s a glorious day, the sun is shining, and you and your faithful companion set off on a stroll to the next village over, where there just happens to be a rather nice pub. Of all the animals that you can keep as a pet, the dog is by far the most rewarding. Where a cat will hiss at you and slink away unless you happen to be feeding it, a dog will jump up and down with excitement everytime you return home, even if you’ve only been gone for five minutes.
Someone once said that there was a way to tell whether a dog or a wife was man’s best friend. Lock both of them in the boot of a car for an hour and see which one is more pleased to see you. We of course don’t condone any spousal imprisonment, but the point is clear. NB