When it’s hot, hot, hot like it is now, us humans sweat it out to cool down. Dogs don’t sweat
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.
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.
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.
A fully bloomed garden looks beautiful in the sunshine, but certain plants and flowers can be toxic to dogs if consumed. Check our list to make sure your growing garden is totally dog-safe.
Neutering is a big decision in any dog owner’s journey, which many choose for health and behaviour benefits. If you’re apprehensive or unsure about the process, this post will hopefully help you decide if it’s right for you and your dog.
The cold weather affects us all, even our furry friends. Here’s how you can keep your dog warm during the winter winds.
Just as it is for humans, obesity in dogs is also a health risk. If you think your dog needs a little help to get back into shape, here’s what you need to do.
We asked our Head Vet Sean to tell us what the average day in the life of a vet entails. Find out about how Sean used to spend his days before he joined our team.
Autumn’s done and dusted for another year and the festive season is right around the corner. Whilst it is the