Cycling with your dog!

Cycling with your dog!

Today marks the start of the Tour De Yorkshire, a 3-day, 3 stage bike race held across Yorkshire. If you like going out on your bike and are thinking about taking your dog along for a run while...

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Walking Month – May

Walking Month – May

May is National walking month and with the weather getting a little better we are hoping it is here to stay and we can get our walking boots on! We have put together a few tips for walking with...

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Obesity Awareness week!

Obesity Awareness week!

As everybody heads back to work after the new year most of us are thinking about exercising more and healthy eating after popping on a few pounds over the festive period. We are all quick to...

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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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Nail Care

Nail Care

Going on walks, especially on hard surfaces such as pavements, will naturally ware down nails however most will still need some trimming. If nails are left to grow long they can split, crack and...

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Ticks

Ticks

The weather in spring begins to improve and temperatures rise. Unfortunately, the warmer weather, although lovely, is a sign of the unwelcome pest bothering our pets. Ticks are 8-legged, disease...

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