Drooling is a natural physiological response that helps dogs moisten and lubricate their mouths, aid in digestion, and regulate body temperature.
22 Feb 2024
Through sniffing, dogs exchange vital information about each other, such as age and health. This behaviour is essential for dogs to navigate their environment.
Sitting on your feet is often a dog's adorable way of showing affection, seeking comfort or as part of their natural pack instinct to stick together.
Different ear positions are one of the many ways that dogs communicate. Pinned back, perked up or floppy, ears position can tell us how a dog is feeling.
Most often, teeth chattering in dogs is nothing to be concerned about. They could be just cold, a little stressed out or even excited.
There is no right or wrong answer when considering where your dog should sleep at nighttime, it is about finding whatever works for you and your pup.
16 Feb 2024
While dogs cannot see in complete darkness as some animals can, their eyes can adapt to make the most of minimal light.
No, dogs cannot eat chocolate. Chocolate contains substances called methylxanthines, namely theobromine and caffeine, which are toxic to dogs.
15 Feb 2024
Yes, dogs can eat pork provided that it is fed in the correct form and in controlled quantities. Pork is rich in protein, contributing to a healthy coat.
In moderation, small amounts of salt are generally safe for dogs. However, excessive consumption of salt can lead to health complications and salt poisoning.
No, dogs should not eat cat food. Cat food is formulated specifically to meet the nutritional needs of cats, which differ significantly from those of dogs.
No, dogs should not eat gravy that is intended for human consumption as it typically contains ingredients such as onion and garlic, which are toxic to dogs.
No, dogs should not eat human biscuits. Certain ingredients found in biscuits, such as chocolate and nuts, can be highly toxic to dogs if ingested.
14 Feb 2024
No, dogs should not drink tea. Whilst it may seem harmless, tea can cause digestive upset in dogs. It is always best to opt for water as their source of hydration.
Dogs’ reactions to mirrors vary from dog to dog. Generally speaking, most dogs do not recognise themselves in the mirror.
05 Feb 2024
Yes, dogs can dream. You might notice your dog twitching, moving their paws, or making sounds while asleep, these are all signs that they're deep in dreamland.
Yes, dogs can get jealous. Dogs are known for their strong bonds with their family and protection against their possessions, such as food and toys.
01 Feb 2024
Toy breeds are small-sized dogs that are characterised by their petite stature, generally weighing around 5 to 15 pounds and standing at 6 to 12 inches tall.
From the saggy skin of the Bulldog to the iconic wrinkles of the Shar-Pei, there are many breeds that are full of these adorable folds.
31 Jan 2024
Shih Tzus, Pugs and French Bulldogs are all examples of brachycephalic dogs, commonly known as flat-faced dogs.
Whether or not dogs have the ability to smile is still up for debate. Many pup parents insist that they've seen their dog express happiness through a smile.
Yes, dogs like music. Certain genres, such as classical and reggae, can have a soothing effect which is perfect for dogs with separation anxiety.
Yes, in some circumstances dogs will need suncream. Dogs with thin and light-coloured coats are especially prone to sunburn.
Dogs, much like us, have different personalities and preferences. Some pups may relish the warmth of a good cuddle, while others might find it uncomfortable.
It varies from dog to dog but, generally most dogs enjoy playing in the snow. The unusual texture and crisp smell provides the perfect playground for them.