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Dogs and Sleep

9th December 2018

Dogs and Sleep

You may be surprised to learn that your new little family member may be asleep for up to 20 hrs in any 24-hr period. All this rest is essential to enable your puppy... read more…

It's not their fault

4th December 2018

It's not their fault

Dogs have toilet accidents, dogs chew things they shouldn’t, dogs bark too much, dogs get aggressive. So, if it’s not their fault how do we, as humans react... read more…

Pet Travel to Europe after Brexit

27th November 2018

Pet Travel to Europe after Brexit

Many of us enjoy holidays to Europe and love to take our pets with us. Matters have been quite confusing and somewhat worrying for us since the referendum to leave the EU, with the resulting negotiations being complicated and lengthy... read more…

Dog Breeders and New Legislation

30th September 2018

Dog Breeders and New Legislation

From 1st October 2018, amendments to the Animal Welfare Act (2006) will come into force. This means new rules on licencing and compliance will affect breeders. They may now be classed as a business and selling dogs for profit, which means that they need to be licenced. read more…

Does Your Dog Chase Livestock?

7th March 2018

Does Your Dog Chase Livestock?

Dogs have many behaviours that are instinctive rather than learned. These instinctive behaviours are inherited from their ancient ancestors such as wolves and other feral canines, and sometimes appear to make no sense in the modern world of pet dogs. read more…

Fear Aggression in Dogs

5th March 2018

Fear Aggression in Dogs

A dog who shows aggression to other dogs, or even people can be very difficult to handle. It’s not surprising then that one of the main reasons for dogs being surrendered to shelters is aggression. read more…

Why Does My Dog?

26th February 2018

Why Does My Dog?

As dog owners, we love our dogs and enjoy their little quirks and personality traits, but sometimes their behaviours might leave us bemused. This is often because these are instinctive survival or pack behaviours inherited from their ancestors.  read more…

Keeping your dog entertained when home alone

8th February 2018

Keeping your dog entertained when home alone

How does your dog cope when left home alone? Does he wait patiently for your return, listening for the sound of the car on the drive, or the key in the lock? Does he become bored or even stressed and seek out some entertainment? read more…

Puppies and Backstreet Breeders

15th December 2017

Puppies and Backstreet Breeders

Owing a dog comes with a great deal of responsibility. Puppies need lots of care, attention, time and patience, whilst they are leaning, and are not to be taken on lightly or without a lot of thought. read more…

Toilet Training Your Puppy

20th June 2017

Toilet Training Your Puppy

The excitement of getting a new puppy is often replaced with frustration as the reality of the hard work involved in toilet training sets in. We have some tips to help you when toilet training your puppy. read more…

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