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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.

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.
Spina Bifida is a congenital defect of the spinal cord in dogs. In a healthy dog the vertebrae of the spinal column encase and protect the spinal cord. In Spina Bifida cases, a deformity in utero occurs that prevents the vertebrae from completely closing, leaving a gap and exposing the spinal cord. This deformity is more commonly seen in the lower back, down near your dog’s tail, but it can occur anywhere along the spine.
Senior dogs have different care requirements than puppies and adult dogs. In order to help your senior dog age gracefully and with dignity, be pain-free and keep them happy and healthy, you have to do things differently. To help you maximise your senior dogs’ quality of life, we have compiled a list of 7 essential things you must know about caring for your senior dog.


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