Yes, dogs can get a cold. Symptoms of a cold in dogs include sneezing, coughing and a runny nose. A dog cold will usually go away on its own with time.
03 Oct 2023
Yes, dogs can get skin tags and it is completely normal. However, we would recommend getting them checked by a vet to ensure that they are benign.
Yes, dogs can get hayfever. Sneezing, itchy skin and wheezing can be signs of doggy hayfever. If you're concerned, a vet can prescribe your pooch medication.
Yes, dogs can get headaches. Signs of a pooch migraine are behavioural changes, reduced appetite, pawing at the head and restlessness.
Yes, dogs can get dandruff. Doggy dandruff can be resolved with medicated shampoos, a diet rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and regular grooming.
When dogs drag their butts, otherwise known as scooting, it is undeniably funny for owners. But, it could indicate that they have anal gland issues or worms.
29 Sep 2023
Dogs may put their paws on you for a number of reasons, the most likely being: to get your attention, affection or they're hoping to get a treat in return.
Dogs may lick themselves as a way of grooming, it's their version of a shower. However, excessive licking could indicate underlying skin conditions or stress.
Dogs may sneeze for a number of reasons, such as: environmental irritants, excitement during playtime or anxiety.
If you're thinking about getting a dog, but want to make sure that they are able to fit in with your active lifestyle, we're here to help.
28 Sep 2023
Choosing the right doggy day care can be challenging. With so many to pick from, it's difficult to know what qualities you should be looking for.
For dog lovers, the countryside can be a paradise for both humans and their furry companions. But, not all dog breeds are ideally suited to country living
Living in an apartment doesn't mean you have to forgo the joy of having a dog. In fact, many dog breeds thrive in apartment settings such as Shih Tzus and Pugs.
Retirement often brings a slower pace of life. A dog can offer unconditional love, a reason to stay active, and a source of constant companionship.
Colder weather, fallen leaves and the occasional downpour. We're here to help you and your pooch prepare for your autumnal adventures.
27 Sep 2023
A huge, highly energetic breed may not work in a small city apartment, but that doesn’t mean that there are no dogs out there for you.
Dogs' natural tendency to chase cats is rooted in the ancestral need to hunt smaller prey, even though we're confident a cat would win.
21 Sep 2023
If you're missing some socks, the washing machine may not be to blame. Dogs love stealing, chewing and sometimes (yikes) swallowing socks.
Dewclaws are a strange but important feature that every pup has. But, what is there function and how can you best care for your dog's dewclaws.
You've decided that it's time to welcome a furry family member to your pack. But, how do you begin to decide which breed will be best? We're here to help.
The best part of a dog's day is rolling onto their back awaiting a belly rub from their favourite human. But, what makes them so special?
As a first time owner, bringing a pup into your life can be overwhelming. The best place to start is deciding on a breed that is suitable for your inexperience.
Bringing a dog into your feline-dominated home can be a risky and scary move. However, with careful consideration and preparation it is perfectly doable.
Dogs bring you toys for a number of reasons. The most obvious is because they're excited and want to play, but it is also a way of showing affection for you.
Often, when dogs twitch in their sleep it's because they're deep in dreamland, imagining chasing other dogs in the park. It is usually nothing to worry about.