Canine Cognitive Dysfunction: Signs of Dementia In Dogs Who has experienced the dog or cat wanting to go outside, come back in repeat, multiple times, before? Whilst we all might laugh at memes such as this one, it often means that your pet may be suffering from canine cognitive dysfunction or dementia, which isn't [...]
What Is Megaoesophagus - Is My Dog At Risk? Megaoesophagus is a rare and incurable disease that occurs when there is a loss of tone and motility of the oesophagus (food pipe). Animals affected by megaoesophagus have trouble eating and often struggle with regurgitation. Many animals struggle to maintain weight and suffer from aspiration [...]
How to Feed Bones Safely to Dogs There are so many conflicting stories about what dog food is best for your dog, and feeding bones to dogs is just one example where there are so many differing opinions. Read on to learn how to safely feed your dog a bone. Many of us associate chewing [...]
Five Top Tips For Bringing Home A New Puppy Bringing home a new puppy is an exciting time. Depending on your home circumstances, there are things to consider to prepare for your new puppy’s arrival. Get your timing right Bringing home your pup is exciting and daunting all at the same time. There is nothing [...]
Personally I love autumn. The days are usually crisp and clear with plenty of sun, while the nights are cooler. The gorgeous colours of leaves as they change colour create some magnificent scenery, but amongst all this beauty there are some things that may pose a risk to your pet. Here are some tips to help keep your pet safe in the autumn months.
Scientists believe that the dog early ancestor the wolf became domesticated to humans due to them hanging around villages. These domesticated wolves were quite happy to spend time with people in these villages because they could scavenge for leftovers. So, it seems that it’s instinctive for our pets to scavenge for food scraps even though they have regular meals and aren’t dependent on the food they find lying around.