To snip or not to snip? The question of castrating dogs. If you have a male dog, even a puppy this is a question you may have already asked yourself. There is a lot of confusing information out there on castrating dogs so here I have condensed it all down. So that you can make
Pet Insurance Pitfalls Now I need to start this by asking “is your pet insured?”. If so, great! (But it’s still worth reading this to check that you’re spending your money wisely.) If not – read this and then do it! And avoid the common pet insurance pitfalls many people make! I’m not recommending a
Going Against The Grain As some of you may know this year we have launched our own Positive Pet Training dog (and cat) food. This blog is talking about dog food in general but also explains why we offer the food that we do. Talking about what we feed our dogs is one
Everyday Spay People choose a bitch or a dog from a litter for a variety of reasons. “We’ve always had bitches”, “we’ve never had a bitch”, or “I like this one’s markings”. “Last one left of the litter” and “he/she was the most confident one of the litter” (this is always my favourite reason!!) are
Getting a Puppy for Christmas So first off we never recommend anyone getting a puppy for Christmas and this blog is here to explain why. We want every dog to be happy in their family and every family to be happy with their dog. This would mean much fewer dogs would end up in rescue
Fabulous festive food is one of the highlights of Christmas for most of us. But it is vitally important that we enjoy it in a way that keeps our dogs safe. In a previous blog (Chocolate safety for dogs) we have covered the risks of chocolate. Now we’re going to focus on the possible dangers
Chocolate at Christmas Even though Christmas can be the most wonderful time of the year for us, for our pets it can be a very stressful time and potentially dangerous. As guardians of our pets it is our duty to ensure that both our dogs physical and mental wellbeing are considered and being looked after.