Calming solutions for your puppy

Calming solutions for your puppy For your puppy, starting life in a new home is a challenging time. In just a few days so many big events will happen to them. We look at what may cause them to feel stressed and how you can help support them. Challenges they will face:- 1)    Separation Firstly, Read More

Is My Dog Anxious?

Do you always know how your dog is feeling? While a wagging tail, upright ears and playful body language are clear indicators of a happy pooch, it can be tricky to identify other, more subtle doggy feelings. Is my dog anxious? With a little practice, you can learn how to recognise your pooch’s body language, Read More

Breed Spotlight: Meet the English Cocker Spaniel

Our Breed Spotlight continues with the English Cocker Spaniel. Often referred to as just ‘Cocker’ which comes from their use to hunt Woodcock, this energetic and friendly breed is one of the smallest members of the Gundog group. The Cocker Spaniel can be found throughout history, dating back to the time of Chaucer in the Read More

How to prepare your dog for lockdown ending

When the Coronavirus lockdown restrictions lift and we slowly return to a ‘new normal’ our dogs will have to get used to us being away for longer periods of time again. For some dogs, the transition will be easy, but others, especially those who have suffered with anxiety in the past will find it difficult Read More

A Guide To Your First Puppy

As a first-time puppy owner, you might be unsure on what to expect. Here are some of the essentials that you’ll need to know in preparation for bringing your new pet home. Everyday Essentials Ceramic or stainless steel feeding bowls are usually recommended – not least because plastic can be chewed! Experts often advise that Read More

Tips For Keeping Your Dog Safe This Christmas

Christmas can be a dangerous time for your dog, especially if you are not aware of the potential risks that could harm your dog or even prove fatal. Here are some top tips for making sure that the festive season is a safe one for your dog. Christmas Tree Considerations When you are deciding where Read More