Chewing is a completely natural and essential activity for dogs of all ages. It has wide-ranging health benefits, enjoyable and most of all keeps your vet bills low and protects your valuables. In this article, we tell you all you need to know about choosing safe dog chews.
When your puppy comes home with you and is living in a human family, they need to be taught that games with humans don’t include teeth! You don't want puppy biting to be a continued behaviour into adulthood but you do want to teach them appropriate ways for you to play and have fun together.
Getting a puppy is such an exciting journey, and everyone walks this path differently. Some people do lots of research before choosing a puppy, while others go with the first puppy available. There are so many things to think about when choosing your puppy. The choices are almost unlimited regarding the breed, background, temperament, activity level, etc. It can feel a little overwhelming if you’re unsure what to look for. But we’re here to make your decision-making process easier by guiding your thought process regarding the puppy you want.
Are you panning a trip to the continent with your furry friends but don't know where to start? Dog Passport - no longer valid? Animal Health Certificate - what is that? What does Brexit bring into all this? We are here to help! Read our first-hand experience to give you all the answers.
Diabetes in Dogs is on the rise. Whilst diabetes can be treated successfully, it requires lot of commitment and hard work, plus it costs thousands of pounds over the years. Know how you can prevent it, recognise the first signs, understand possible complications and treatment options.
Dog Arthritis is quite common in elderly dogs, albeit younger dogs can suffer from it too. It is commonly treated with life-long steroid injections, however, they can have serious side-effects. As such taking a natural approach is better and costs a lot less too.
Separation anxiety is a crippling behavioural disorder in dogs. Its characterized by a series of intense behaviours triggered by the departure of their owner. It can include anything from howling and barking, to defecating, self-mutilation, and the destruction of anything expensive. So what can we do?