Christmas!

Christmas!

  Christmas is fast approaching and many of us already have trees and decorations up ready. Despite the Christmas fun there are a few things we need to remember to make things safe for our...

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Halloween Fun and Safety!

Halloween Fun and Safety!

  Halloween can be a great time of year for the whole family – even your dog. However, there are also many potential dangers and sources of stress for your dog. Just remember to keep your dog...

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Fireworks

Fireworks

  Fireworks are good fun and most of us enjoy them however our furry friends can find them scary and unnerving. It is not just dogs that can get scared as cats and other small animals are...

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Grass seeds

Grass seeds

  Grass seed injuries are a seasonal problem and can very serious. Grass seeds are an arrow shapes and while their wispy barbs are designed to entangle and spread, the tip is an arrow shape...

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Beat the Heat!

Beat the Heat!

Temperatures are on the rise and it is important to think about how our dogs are coping. Heatstroke is also a very real danger to dogs, here are a few thing to look for and what we can do to help...

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Spring Safety

Spring Safety

Despite the cold weather and seemingly winter conditions, official British spring time is fast approaching! Spring is a wonderful time for dogs and owners, the flowers come back to life and dogs...

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Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is also known as the feast of Saint Valentine and is celebrated annually on 14th February; it is named after Saint Valentine, a Catholic priest who lived in Rome in the 3rd...

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Cold Weather Comforts

Cold Weather Comforts

  Britain is renowned for its unpredictable weather and whatever the weather, it is always best to plan ahead! Winter is a great time of the year, and with some tips and tricks we can make it...

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Into the Night . . .

Into the Night . . .

As the nights close in faster with more and more traffic on our roads, visibility at night becomes more important. We are always told to light up our bikes with reflectors and lights, even our...

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In the countryside

In the countryside

Walking in the countryside with our dogs is not only enjoyable but great for our health. We are very lucky to have trails and footpaths to walk with our pets and even areas where our dogs can run...

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Travelling With Your Dog

Travelling With Your Dog

When travelling with your dog it is important to consider your journey for example the time it will take, the methods you are using and what is needed to travel. In the Car If you are travelling...

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Gulp!

Gulp!

A common problem owner’s face is dogs gulping and swallowing their food whole at meal times. Gulping food in more serious cases can cause gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV ) which is a twisting of...

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Mucky Pup!

Mucky Pup!

We all love taking our dogs on walks and letting them enjoy their surroundings but sometimes they get themselves into some mucky situations! Below are some tips for cleaning them up after a muddy...

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