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How our pets can change lives; the role of assistance dogs towards mental health

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Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week is held across this week (14-20 May) and is focusing on stress. We look at how our pets can influence and alter our mental health.

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Cat Selfies

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As humans, we're pretty slick at this whole technology business. Everyone between the ages of 8-80 (and more) knows what a selfie is. Some of us can even manage to capture ourselves pretty well. But have you ever seen an animal selfie? Meet Manny. He's one cool rescue cat who has mastered the art of the selfie. Even without the use of opposable thumbs.   A post shared by Manny The Selfie Cat (@yoremahm) on Jan 15, 2016 at 4:07am PST     A post shared by Manny The Selfie Cat (@yoremahm) on May 14, 2016 at 5:17pm PDT  Manny...

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Giving a Second Chance: A Mauritian Rescue Mission

Posted by Charlotte Wright on

It's no secret that we have a soft spot for rescues. Our own boys, Bongo and Mash are both rescue dogs, so we like to do whatever we can to help. The Innocent Hound often sponsors dog classes and events, and regularly sends treats to rescues and animal charities across the country.

When we heard this heart-warming rescue story from one of our customers Deborah, we couldn't resist sharing it with our lovely Innocent followers.

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Gotcha Day!

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Gotcha Day celebrates the date of when their beloved animal came into the home. We have shared lots of Gotcha Day photos and ideas for celebrating your own Gotcha Day!

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Top Tips For Photographing Your Dog With Whippet Snippets Photography

Posted by Charlotte Wright on

Whippet Snippets Photographer Kerry Jordan's days consist of photographing dogs of all different shapes and sizes, and in varying locations, light and weather conditions.
She has kindly given us her top tips on how to photograph your pet, from equipment and incentives, to her own inspirations.

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