It is these times you can not ignore these signs as your dog could be suffering with a serious medical condition.READ MORE
If you haven’t already noticed, I LOVE Cocker Spaniels. I love their cuddly, fun, energetic personalities. Every dog is an individual, they don’t all follow the stereotypes, but there are some general breed characteristics. Want to know more about the breed and its history? Here are some well known and lesser known details about these floppy eared cuddle monsters.READ MORE
Whatever the occasion – whether it’s Rover’s first birthday or Garfield has gone a whole day without knocking a glass off the table – our pets always deserve to be pampered. Sometimes dog treats from the shop just don’t cut it when you want to do something special for your pet and treat them to a little bit of luxury. That’s where our top tips for pampering your pet come in.READ MORE
Does your dog always bark when men walk by?
Are they afraid when a man moves toward them?
Being afraid of men is a common problem in dogs. Notably, many dog owners commonly report that “My dog is afraid of men.”READ MORE
But still, sometimes it is hard to avoid strong hereditary factors. Arthritis is one of the most common health problems among dogs. One in five dogs suffers from this disease, so you need to pay attention to your dog’s behavior to detect the signs. Arthritis is very painful for your dog, so follow these steps to make your dog’s life a little bit easier.READ MORE
Not many trainers talk about creating spatial awareness, but this is a natural part of the canine development process. Spatial awareness is the ability to be aware and have an organised knowledge of objects in relation to space around us. READ MORE
When you start thinking about a dog dozing off, it raises a handful of questions: how is dog sleep like human sleep? How much do dogs need to sleep? Can they sleep too much? And do they dream like we do?READ MORE