Our mid-year edition of Animal Magic is the inaugural issue for our new compiler (our very own Kev A), who’s done a great job of putting together another engrossing read. We’ve a great feature all about camping with your favourite mutt (and the chance to win two books), an article about how taking your dog to work with you has huge benefits, and information about two fabumazing new books coming your way soon!
Feel free to contact me at jude@veloce.co.uk with any comments/points you'd like to make.
Jude Brooks,
"Hello… I'm sorry: all the humans are busy at the moment… can I take a message?
Another fantastic 'Bring your dog to work day' has come and gone, and at Hubble & Hattie, the studio and offices were once again echoing to the sounds of ‘oohs' and ‘aahhs.’

And the occasional ‘woof.’ 
The event is organised by Hownd, and raises funds for the charity All Dogs Matter, which aims to rehome dogs in London and the surrounding areas.
You can see the the full gallery of Hubble & Hattie’s #Bringyourdogtoworkday shennanigans over on our Facebook page … check it out.
Whilst it’s another year or so before the next #Bringyourdogtoworkday, taking your do to work every day has proven benefits. Whether it’s lowering stress and increasing productivity, or improving creativity and relationships in the work environment, there are many sound reasons to take your dog to work with you… but how do you ensure your office is fit for your four-legged friend?
Well, luckily for all of us working dog owners (and our bosses), those nice people over at Euroffice have created a very handy infographic that not only details the many benefits of sharing your work environment with your pooch, but – very helpfully – tells us how to make our office pet-friendly.
Click on the image to take a look at the full graphic over at the Hubble & Hattie blog… read it through… send it to your boss ;)

Just a little too late to make it into the last edition of Animal Magic, was the news that everyone’s favourite 'Lurcher with issues' turned three years old on June 15th – yes, Worzel Wooface is now hofficially a BIG boykin. He’s even pawed his very own poem to celebrate ... 
Head over to Worzel's Facebook page to see what he has to say about this momentous occasion!
You can read all about Worzel and his exploits in The quite very actual adventures of Worzel Woofaceand the forthcoming Worzel Wooface - The Terribibble Twos (due September).
Don't forget that you can catch-up with Worzel's latest adventures on Twitter and Facebook, too.

Coming this month!

The terrier who sailed around the world
HH4880 • Paperback • 22.5x15.2cm • £9.99 • 224 pages • 60 colour pictures
• ISBN: 978-1-845848-80-4 • UPC: 6-36847-04880-8
Life on the high seas –  with a Jack Russell!

Robert arrives in Colombia with a surprise for his wife, Rosemary: Tara, a Jack Russell puppy. Join this adventurous couple on their yacht cruising around the world: their exciting adventures on land and sea include tales of tsunamis, modern-day pirates, corrupt customs officials, many new friends – and near disaster off the Australian coast!
Tara will be available from the Hubble & Hattie website later this month. For more details, or to request notification when Tara comes into stock, click here.
Going camping? Don't forget your dog!
Camping with your four-legged friend has to be one of the best experiences you can share with your dog, and you'll not find a keener companion for your camping trip. 
There are so many things to consider before taking Fido camping with you: luckily, those cool chaps over at coolcamping.co.uk have some fantastic pointers for anyone wanting to camp with their dogs.

Cool Camping highlights the very best campsites and places to stay throughout the UK and Europe, and has a fantastic series of guides to help choose a location for your camping adventure. It's not all camping, of course… you can go glamping, stay in a B&B, or even go to a festival!
To get you started, we've made a handy infographic over at the Hubble & Hattie blog – the seven doggy camping essentials … click the image below to head over to the blog and check it out.
Of course, it's no good taking Fido camping if you don't know where you're going, and that's where We Accept Pets can help. Whilst we're focussing on dogs here, there are plenty of places that take other animals, too, from cats, and small animals, to horses, and the We Accept Pets website helps you find precisely what you're looking for … check out its Twitter and Facebook feeds for even more pet-friendly updates.

Have you been camping with your dog?

Or cat …

or gerbil …

maybe even a ferret …
Some of you will, no-doubt, be old hands at camping with your dog (or other pet), and we'd love to hear your stories. Tell us your doggy camping story (preferably with some photos), recommend a good place to camp with your pooch, or simply pass on some sage doggy camping advice, and you could win these two fantastic books worth over £15 … click the covers below to find out more about these fantastic books …
Emergency First Aid For Dogs Dogs on wheels
So… grab Fido and head off into the great outdoors … you'll be amazed at how much fun you'll BOTH have!
This month's competition WINNER ...

If you'd like to be in with a chance of winning, simply fill in the competition form which you'll receive with every Hubble & Hattie book when you order direct from us!

Send it back to us and you'll be entered in our monthly draw, and could soon have a £25 Veloce gift voucher winging its way to you! Good luck!
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