4th December 2019
Our Animo activity and behaviour monitor would make a great gift for your dog or for your dog-owning friend or family member. But just like dogs themselves, Animo is not just for Christmas; it’s for life. Here’s why.
15th August 2019
If you are a dog sitter looking after someone’s dog while they are on holiday, you will need to ensure you are well prepared for the task. Take a look at these top tips to ensure you are ready.
24th July 2019
Many dog owners take their dogs on holiday with them, but this isn’t always practical, especially if the holiday is somewhere abroad.
13th May 2019
Some dogs are prone to seasonal allergies and will start to lick, scratch or sneeze, which can be very uncomfortable for them. Take a look at these top tips to help your dog deal with seasonal allergies and reduce their symptoms.
12th December 2018
For many, Christmas is a time for family gatherings. Dogs are often seen as a member of the family, but we shouldn’t forget that they have different needs to humans, and that we need to ensure they are kept healthy and safe at Christmas. Here are a few things to bear in mind during the festive season.
24th October 2018
If your dog is used to a routine, such as having their food at specific times or greeting you when you come home from work at the same time each day, then the October clock change may unsettle them as everything will happen an hour later than they’re used to.
17th October 2018
It’s a great idea to get winter equipment for your dog before the weather starts to turn so that you’re all prepared. Here are our top suggestions for essential equipment for your dog this winter.
2nd August 2018
Sun exposure will affect dogs in different ways depending on your dog’s coat and skin type. No matter what your dog’s physiology is like, it’s important to make sure they stay safe in the sun and limit exposure to prevent sunburn or heatstroke.
9th July 2018
To ensure your dog is entertained while you are on holiday, choose a location that is well suited to your dog’s needs and feeds their sense of adventure. While small dogs could be happy exploring a town, larger dogs might want to stretch their legs in the countryside.