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The Royal family and their dogs

The British Royal family have a history of dogs as their best friend. We had a look back through the ages to find you the very best of royal family and their pooches. Corgis sure have been popular over the year but looking back we see lots of other breeds over the years. We can see from oil painted portraits from the 17th century that the royal family have pooches by their side. Pictured here are the children of King Charles I and his beloved King Charles Spaniels.  Source: royal.gov.uk The woman power of Queen Victoria who took the throne for 64 years. During which time she enjoyed the company of her dogs, she was even reported as saying “If it...

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Modern dog portraits inspired by expressionism | Amy Spittle

There is certainly nothing better than having your very own illustration of your pooch pride of place in the home, staring right back at you. We were lucky enough to have Amy join us as a resident artist here at F+P. Growing up in a home full of pets and their portraits, Amy began to experiment with a passion for expressionist art and pets. Today she combines this passion over 5 stages to produce a modern detailed style with a splash of colour, of your choice!  We caught up with Amy so you can get to know her better. See below. How/Why are you a Portrait artist?  Becoming a mother and a wife enabled me to become a professional Artist...

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Boxer dogs face...melts hearts across the nation

Buster the boxer has definitely captured our attention here at FIFI + PASCALE. What a beautiful advert, the expressive face tells a million tales. Here are a few of our expressive boxers below.. Jango, Brixton's Fave Boxer likes getting stuck in.. If you are after a Buster of your own this Christmas be sure to see our beautiful Limited Edition Boxer Art in a range of colours.  Click here for more.. Boxer Trio Art   Fawn Boxer Art  Pop Pow Boxer Art  

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Preparing your dog for the winter..

As the nights draw and read the papers headlines  ‘Coldest Winter Ever!’ (maybe a touch dramatic). We look to prepare for the colder months ahead. Getting out and walking your pooch or leaving the back door open can become a bit more tricky and definitely less appealing. Here are a few ideas on how to make sure your dog gets the stimulus and exercise they need... Wrap up warm Make sure you have a good down jacket for those chilly early morning walks. If you dog is also susceptible to the cold, get prepared and have the appropriate dog jacket. It is important that you both stay warm especially if they are crazy enough like Otto, to go for a...

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Frozen dog treats

  Quick the sun is here!! Blend together banana, peanut butter, and Greek yogurt to create your own frozen treats. Pour the mix into an ice cube tray and stand a dog bone treat in the middle. This will cool off your dog while keeping them busy trying to get to the treat! Xx

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