Pet Dental Health Month
February is Pet Dental Health Month, so we’re sharing some of our top tips to keep your dogs teeth in top shape.
Dogs have 28 super sharp baby teeth that come in when they’re around 3-4 weeks old - if you’ve had a puppy you’ll know how lethal
February 3rd is a day to celebrate one of the most popular dog breeds in the world! Read on to find out where golden retrievers came from and why they are so frequently chosen as pets and support dogs.
Why February 3rd?
In 2012 Kristen Shroyer chose February 3rd to honour golden
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Dogs play an important part in our lives. Their intelligence and will to help means they are often more than just great companions. Many dogs have additional jobs, assisting those with additional needs, such as the Blind and D/deaf community; working in fire and rescue
So, you just got a new puppy. Congratulations! And now you’re wondering, what’s a puppy licence and does this mean that there’s paperwork to fill out? The good news is no, there’s no forms to fill out here! Instead, think of a Puppy Licence as an L plate for learner
With the current restrictions that are in place in the UK, and across the rest of the world too, dog owners are worried about the lack of exercise they are able to give their dog and how it will affect their health.
The health of our pets should always be
The world is going through a very uncertain time currently, and a lot of us are feeling stressed, anxious and worried. We are all spending more time at home, around our pets. Something that has been a topic of discussion for many years is whether animals can sense our emotions
Christmas is just around the corner. We’re already putting the decorations up, buying presents and even getting in all the festive food and drink. Christmas is a busy and fun time spent with family, and as our pets, dogs shouldn’t miss out on the action either. However, there are many
It has become increasingly cold over the past week, and winter is officially here. Understanding and knowing your dog’s needs over the winter is very important in keeping them healthy all year round.
In this article, we will discuss the important things to look out for and how to make sure
For many of us, summer means spending time outdoors with our friends, families, and furry companions. Unfortunately, many of our favourite outdoor spaces are also home to dangerous, parasitic pests known as ticks. However, with the right tools and information, it's easy to keep you and your dog tick free
Current government guidelines regarding the Covid-19 pandemic requires you to self-isolate for 14 days once returning to the UK from select abroad countries. This restriction means that you MUST only be within your home and garden at all times. Unfortunately, this does apply to exercise and dog walking too.