Dogs and New Years Eve

Dogs and new years eve – keep your dog happy

Once Christmas has passed, there’s a short but welcome lull in festivities. For many of us, it’s the calm before the storm that is New Year’s Eve. While you may have successfully navigated Christmas day with your dog, there’s still one more big night of excitement before things get back to normal. Managing our Dogs … Read more

Dogs and Christmas Trees

Dogs and Christmas trees – barking up the right one

With Christmas coming ever closer, it’s time to think about planning for the holiday season. With all the excitement of selecting a tree, buying gifts, and decorating our homes, it’s important not to forget our dogs. Christmas can be a confusing time of year for our pets. Not only do we erect a perfect peeing … Read more

Can dogs get sick from being cold

Can dogs get sick from being cold?

Winter is coming, and while we may want to stay warm and dry, many of our dogs have a different idea as temperatures fall and the risk of ice and snow increases. Gloves, hats, and scarves are reclaimed from their summer hiding places and reinstated to protect us from the cold. But how about our … Read more

Dogs and Thanksgiving

Dogs and Thanksgiving – 9 tips for a safe celebration

There’s nothing better than getting friends and family together to celebrate Thanksgiving with a spectacular Thanksgiving feast. But if your family includes members with four paws, fur, and a talent for snaffling things they shouldn’t, extra care is needed. Thanksgiving offers our dogs numerous opportunities to eat something they shouldn’t. Our dogs can get themselves … Read more


Dogs and fireworks – calming an anxious dog

Many dogs are afraid of fireworks. Whether it’s the British tradition of Bonfire night or the fourth of July in the USA, dogs, and fireworks rarely go together. In fact, it’s estimated that just under half of all dogs are fearful of loud noises. While it’s possible to minimize trigger noises within our own homes, … Read more


Dogs and Halloween, the frightening truth

Is your dog more scaredy-cat than hellhound? While the spookiest night of the year may be fun for us, it’s not so for many of our dogs. Not only do some dogs find all the noise, strangely dressed visitors and extra activity confusing and stressful. But others dangers are lurking in the dark shadows of … Read more

Dogs and Summer

Dogs and summer, cool solutions for hot dogs

When temperatures start to rise, it’s a great opportunity for us to get outside, soak up some sun and enjoy the warm weather. But it’s also the time when we have to pay particular attention to our dogs. Check out our cool solutions for hot dogs so that you can enjoy both your dogs and … Read more

Why do dogs have whiskers

Why do dogs have whiskers? – the hair raising facts

Most dogs have whiskers. Although depending on the breed, they are more noticeable on some dogs than others. If you’ve ever looked at your dog, you would have noticed whiskers sprouting from the muzzle, jaw, over the eyes, and even on the upper lip. These coarse hairs vary in density and length from dog to … Read more

Soothing Kennel Cough

Soothing kennel cough

It can be distressing when our dogs aren’t well, and as our dogs can’t tell us what’s wrong, we often have to rely on identifying symptoms to gain an insight into what’s going on. However, kennel cough is relatively easy to recognize. Categorized by a hacking cough that sounds like your dog is choking, it … Read more

how do dogs get mange

How do dogs get mange? Keep a lookout for this painful pest

Mange is a disease that affects a dog’s skin. Caused by microscopic mites that live on or in the skin, it causes itching and mild to severe skin infections. Despite there being over forty-eight thousand different species of mites, including ear mites and seasonal harvest mites. The two most common causes of mange in dogs are the … Read more