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The Dundies Difference

Our premium reusable dog nappies have been developed in consultation with vets and leading pet health and medical professionals,


Our Story

Sophie is a bulldog pup who, diagnosed with Spina Bifida (and therefore urinary and bowel incontinence) needed a little help.

I’m just a girl, who fell in love with a dog – but couldn’t bear the thought of banishing her to spend her life outside.

The result was a unique and innovative pet nappy to solve a big problem.

Increasingly pets are becoming true family members and with dogs heading out on more adventures beyond their backyard, you might run into an owner using a dog pram. From elderly dogs to breeds to struggle in the heat, here you will find everything you need to know about why owners use dog strollers and how you can use one too!

Do you have a female dog that has not been desexed yet? If yes, then being aware of the signs of heat is very important for both male and female dog owners. Insights about the signs of dogs on heat can help you:
  • Be prepared for your dog’s heat;
  • Prevent unwanted litters;
  • Plan for puppies if you are a registered breeder;
  • Avoid dangerous situations with unpredictable behaviour; and
  • Provide your dog with the best care.
Incontinence in dogs, particularly urine incontinence is more common than you might think. It is estimated that 20% of desexed female dogs will develop incontinence at some point in their life. In this article we are going to cover all the important details you need to know about what urine incontinent is, what causes is, what dogs are at higher risk of developing the condition and how it can be treated or managed. As with all Dundies blogs, this information is not a substitute for veterinary care, and if you have concerns with your dog or think they may be incontinent, it’s always best to check in with your vet.


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