With so much talk about grain-free and gluten-free food, it’s hard to know what to feed your dog. Head Vet Sean tells us about the benefits and common misconceptions about wheat and grain in your dog’s diet.
It’s the day of the General Election, which means that #DogsAtPollingStations has resurfaced on our Twitter feeds again.
Find out everything you need to know about one of the UK’s most beloved breeds, the cheeky and charming Staffy.
Making sure your dog maintains a healthy weight is an important part of responsible dog ownership, but just weighing your dog on the scales doesn’t always give a true reflection of your dog’s health. Find out how to Body Condition Score your dog.
Do you want to send us a tails.com video testimonial? We’ve put together a handy checklist to help you become a filming pro.
The summer of 2017 is shaping up to be a great one for festivals all over the UK, Europe and the US but as these festivals know, they can be made better by the presence of pooches.
Leading such an active life can often take its toll on a dog’s joints, which can lead to arthritis, so it’s important to know how you can help.
Convenience, peace of mind and a healthy, happy dog. Find out what else tailor made food can do for you and your dog.
The clocks have gone forward, the kids are enjoying the school holidays and if you’re anything like us, you’ll have stocked up on Hot Cross Buns and stuffed an empty packet of Mini Eggs into the pocket of the car door.
The only thing that’s missing from all this egg-citement is an Easter Egg hunt.
Whether it’s to be licked off a spoon or stuffed into a kong toy, peanut butter is definitely worth sitting for, and maybe even giving a paw too. But before you reach for the jar, you’ll need to make sure it’s suitable for your canine companion.
No season is without its hazards, and there are a few things to be aware of in order to keep your dog safe during the spring months. Here’s what you need to look out for.