How to Deal with the Loss of a Pet

Nothing can prepare you for the heartbreak of losing a pet. Our cats, dogs and other furry friends form such a big part of our lives, making us smile with their unique personalities and unconditional love for us. So, when a pet passes away, or goes missing or gets stolen, it can feel comparable to Read More

Looking After Your Cat or Dog While on Holiday: Boarding Options and Advice

As much as we’d love to take our furry friends away with us on holiday, sometimes this just isn’t practical. While some dogs will thrive on walking holidays and camping trips in the UK, others find the new experiences and change of routine stressful, and this is almost always the case for cats too. If Read More

How to Save Money on Pets: Top Tips

As the cost of living continues to increase, everything from electricity to food is burning a hole in our pockets. And if you’re a pet owner, you’ve probably been wondering how you can save money on your pet costs, while still providing the same level of care. From reducing vet bills and food costs to Read More

Dog Tennis Balls: Are Tennis Balls Bad for Dogs?

Tennis balls have long been a popular toy for dogs, but not every pet owner knows that regular tennis balls are not always safe. From posing choking hazards to affecting your dog’s dental health, there’s a number of reasons why it’s always better to give your dog a specially designed dog tennis ball rather than Read More

What to do if Your Dog is Stung by a Bee or Other Insect

Summer walks with your dog are a joy, but with the warmer weather also comes bees, wasps, and other insects, which curious noses might just find a little too interesting. If your dog likes a beach day, jellyfish stings can also pose a risk. A dog stung by a bee or wasp will not usually Read More

Puppy Chewing: How to Stop it Using Puppy Teething Toys

Bringing a puppy home is always an exciting time. From getting to know their personalities to helping them settle into your family, there is so much to enjoy. However, anyone who has experienced a puppy in the midst of teething will be fully aware of why they are commonly referred to as land sharks! The Read More

Camping checklist for dogs

Summer is here and camping holidays are set to be big this year, especially for dog owners.  Many campsites across the UK are dog-friendly, which, for some families makes camping their first choice, as no one gets left behind. Whether your dog is a seasoned camper, or you are planning your first adventure with your Read More

Help Dogs Adjust to Being Home Alone

One of the most common behavioural issues owners report is that their dog becomes destructive or disruptive when left home alone. This can be frustrating and it’s easy to believe your pups being naughty, but these behaviours are actually signs of distress and separation anxiety. You need to help your dog adjust to being home Read More

How to recognise anxiety in your dog

How to recognise anxiety in your dog Our four-legged friends have a knack of knowing just when we need them, but we don’t always know when they need us. Unfortunately, anxiety in our pets may be as common as in humans and since dogs communicate primarily through body language it can be hard for us Read More

Puppy to Adult: A Transition Guide

Your puppy has its own unique personality and appearance; but it also has unique nutritional needs. As puppies mature, and become adult dogs, their nutritional needs will change and it’s important to feed them a diet that meets their new requirements.  But what exactly do they need, and when are they officially an adult dog? Read More