If your looking for something a little different to read each month I would highly recommend Edition Dog. With the first edition being published in October 2018 it is a relatively new magazine and is a breath of fresh in the dog publications which are already available.
I first discovered Edition dog at Crufts 2019 and I am not going to lie but I was mainly attracted to the cover as it featured two of my favourite breeds a weimaraner and a dachshund! I know you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover but after talking to the friendly and very helpful gentleman on the stand at crufts I decided to sign up to have the magazine delivered monthly and I got lot’s of lovely freebies at the same time. Crufts 2019 was a good one and I came home with a massive haul of goodies as you can see below. The subscription box I received can be seen on the left of the haul.
After reading my first edition I was hooked and now each month I look forward to the latest months magazine dropping through the letterbox. Each edition there is something a little different but every month they feature a particular dog breed and rather than just discussing the breed they have also talked to experienced breeders and owners of these dogs so you can find out what it is really like to welcome these dogs into your family. A must if you are thinking of getting a new dog as it is a great way to find out if this is really the breed for you. Other features included every month include a health focus, first aid advice, dog training advice and recipes for your pup.
The reasons why I love this magazine are:
- They focus on holistic dog care featuring articles on feeding, training, veterinary car and more. View points are balanced and there are lot’s of opinions on raw feeding more conventional diets to help you choose what’s best of your pooch.
- The articles are written by professionals who work within that area including Vet Nurses, canine behaviourists and even canine nutritionalist so you can be sure that the information you are given is correct
- Where possible references are given in the articles, this shows that the information you are given has some scientific backing and you can refer back to the original research to find out more.
- From a vet physio point of view they feature lot’s of different bodyworker’s which work on dogs and I find it fascinating to find out about all the different therapies which are available to help our dogs.
If you want to find out more about Edition Dog then you can access their website here or why not take a read for yourself and pick one up at your nearest newsagent. It will make the perfect summer read weather you are going away or on staycation. The cover cost is £4.85 or you can subscribe for £10.00 every 3 months (£40.00 per year) and when you first subscribe you will also receive a box of goodies for your dog.
I won’t be posting next week as I will be on Holiday enjoying the Suffolk Coast with my fur babies, hopefully spending a few days soaking up the sun and getting to read the latest Edition Dog. I will post plenty of pictures on Instagram so if you have not already followed me then please do to see what I am up to. Stay safe everyone and enjoy your summer.