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A dog’s life: luxury in later years From around 10 years onwards dogs enter their winter years. By now you will have had many happy times together, and all being well, there are still more to come. So why not use this period in their life to provide your four-legged...
Just like us humans, older dogs are prone to putting on weight. So reassessing their diet as they mature is important to ensure a healthy waistline. Not only will their appetite change, but their ability to exercise will become reduced too. And as we all know, less exercise leads to...
As your dog matures and mellows, their grooming routine will need revisiting. Dogs in their autumn years will see changes in their skin, coat, teeth and claws which will require extra care and attention. So ramp-up the pampering with our top tips on grooming for the older dog. Washing Your...
New Year’s resolutions are not just for humans! It’s a good time to take a look at your dog’s habits and lifestyle too. So why not start the year with an assessment of your dog’s needs and address any issues. Here are some top tips for your four-legged friends in...
Now your dog is fully grown and well behaved, it’s time to think about doggy travel and taking them on holiday. Whether you’re visiting family and friends in the same country or heading abroad, there are a number of important things to consider before you go. Travel crates come into...
As your dog reaches around 3-7 years, their mind and body will be fully formed and in peak condition. The challenge now is keeping them amused. This is where stimulation through mental and physical play comes into its own. Here are a few tried-and-tested methods that work. Agility Canine agility...
Wow it’s hot. And it’s getting hotter. After weeks of warm weather, the Met Office has issued a heatwave weather warning saying there is more to come with temperatures peaking at 30°C plus. While humans are being advised to take care in the sun, what about our canine companions? Here’s...
Now your puppy has settled in, it’s time to let go a bit more and prepare them for the next stages of their life in your home. Today’s busy lifestyles mean you cannot be with them 24/7, so leaving them home-alone is inevitable and all part of them growing up...
Your puppy has settled in and is learning lots of new things through puppy training and socialisation. So far, so good! Now is the time to start thinking about another important step in their young life: neutering. Discuss this with your vet, but accepted medical guidelines say dogs can be...
You’ve brought your new puppy home and they’re settling in well. Now it’s time for some more advanced training to begin, and in particular socialisation. Once your puppy has reached a few months old they are ready to increase their learning. This includes meeting new people and other dogs. After...

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