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Something that is ‘hypoallergenic’ is something that is relatively unlikely to cause an allergic reaction. There are certain foods which are known to be the most common when it comes to allergies and intolerances for dogs, such as grains, chicken and beef. Generally those proteins that are labelled ‘hypoallergenic’ are actually ‘novel’ proteins – ones that the dog has been
The 2019 World agility open WAO has now finished, and the England team produced some amazing results, this year 38 countries attended the event and the level of skills on show from both dogs and handlers was truly breath taking. The WAO competition has the following 4 elements, individual pentathlon, biathlon and games, plus team pentathlon. Each height division 300,400,500,600
Whether it’s simply too hot or cold outside for a full walk, or your dog is recovering from an illness it’s important to keep those wonderful agile brains active and healthy. Dog brain games are a great way to occupy your dog, give them a challenge, have a good bonding moment and keep them mentally healthy. When you play brain games keep it to short little stints for maximum enjoyment, if you play for too long your dog will lose interest quickly.
On 22nd August the Government announced that it will ban the sale of puppies by pet shops, online dealers and third-party sellers. Michael Gove declared, at a speech at Number 10 Downing Street that “we will eliminate puppy farming”.
To an excitable pooch, your garden presents an endless source of fascination and adventure. An exuberant dog will happily dig up a flower bed, snack on a compost heap and lap up pond water. But what if the flower bed contains poisonous spring bulbs, the compost is laden with toxic mould and the pond water is rich in bacteria?
Getting your puppy on a raw diet is perhaps the best health investment you can make; both long and short term. It is of extreme importance to feed the correct nutrients in order to support healthy growth. For many, changing a puppy to a raw diet comes with questions; When can I feed a meaty bone?
Spring can be a very exciting, entertaining time for all pets, whether they be puppies, adults or seniors. There are, however, hazards lurking inside and outside in which responsible owners must be mindful of. When weather starts to warm up make sure you check for ticks and if you use herbal flea treatments then start
Switching to the raw diet for many raises quite a few questions. To make it go smoothly we are addressing some of these below for you. Switching to raw doesn’t need to be difficult at all but how you go about it can make a big difference. We suggest you make a straight switch to
The festive season means for many of us frantic activity! Lots to do and often also lots to forget unfortunately. In particular keeping your cats and dogs safe from these seasonal, and often forgotten, dangers; vine fruits such as grapes, raisins, sultanas, currants (in any shape; breads, wine etc) chocolate alcohol coffee & tea (the caffeine in both