By Ceri Chamberlain

MAY we have a word?

Hooray! It’s May. There’s no denying that Spring puts a spring into your spaniel. Dog walking is much more appealing when not trudging through icy puddles in the driving rain, nervously shuffling around the park in the dark, or fruitlessly whistling into biting winds for your dog to return. Spring and summer also herald the […]

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By Ceri Chamberlain

How Dogs Smell

Dogs? noses are tens of thousands of times more sensitive to odours than humans, but how exactly do these super sniffers? noses work? And why are man?s best friend so much better at smelling out stuff than we are? Dogs can detect some odours in parts per trillion. Dog cognition researchers have reported that, while […]

swimming dog
By Ceri Chamberlain

Swimming for Dogs

Does your dog like to swim? When it comes to water the majority of dogs throw themselves in, however, some are slightly more reticent and need a little coaxing. So why is swimming so good for your dog? Swimming is great exercise: Water produces resistance so your dog has to work harder than if he […]

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By Chieko Clark

Winter Snuffles

As we enter into the colder months of the year, it seems that there is an abundance of coughs and colds in the air. As our human bodies adjust to the changing of the seasons, we need to take extra care of ourselves and keep ourselves healthy. Making sure that your dog remains healthy and […]