9 Joys Of Adopting a Dog

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Adopting a dog or buying one? It can be difficult to know which is best for you. Recent statistics from the Pet Food Manufacturing Association (PMFA) show there are now 12 million dogs in the UK. With popularity soaring, it can be increasingly difficult and expensive to buy a new companion. Yet there are also

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How To Support Your Dog When Moving House

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Moving house is something we all have to do at some stage of our lives. It’s an exciting but often stressful time, not only for ourselves but for our pets too. In order to make it a positive experience, we’re sharing our top tips to keep in mind when moving home with a dog. There

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Urinary Health For Dogs – Top Tips

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Urinary health for dogs may not be at the top of your list when considering the overall health of your four-legged friend. Perhaps this should change though. Urinary health problems can cause discomfort, distress, and even complications if left untreated. We’re hoping to shine a little more light on this topic, as this August is

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Hot Weather Activities for Your Dog

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Summer has finally arrived! With warmer temperatures, you might be looking forward to having more outdoor fun adventures alongside your dog. But, as a pet parent, it’s crucial to know that hot weather for dogs is often unbearable. During those hot days, it’s important that we keep our dogs safe from overheating. They don’t have

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Our 4 Summer Safety Tips for Dogs…

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Here at Dorwest, we always want you and your four-legged friends to have the best time together! So, we’re sharing our 4 summer safety tips for dogs to help make this happen. As pet parents, many of us jump for joy when winter finally leaves; no more dark evenings and soggy dogs caked in mud

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How Long Should You Wait Before Getting Another Dog? Expanding Your Canine Family

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If you’ve recently welcomed a new puppy into your home, you’re no doubt already wondering how you ever lived without a dog in your life. Dogs are not only new additions to your family but also make the greatest companions. As your relationship blossoms with your first dog, the thought may have crossed your mind

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Itchy Dog? Here Are Our Top Tips To Help

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An itchy dog can equal an unhappy dog, and we don’t want that for our four-legged friends, do we? Unfortunately, excessive itchiness is a very common problem. There are however a range of ways you can help if your dog has itchy skin. We’re going to share our top tips to help you understand why

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Are Skin Conditions Impacting Your Dog’s Behaviour?

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Have you noticed your dog’s personality change, alongside their itchy skin? Feeling uncomfortable in their own skin can impact your dog’s mood state. Prickly skin sensations might mean they find it harder to settle, impacting their sleep – which in turn leads to them feeling more anxious and hyper-vigilant. You might see that they’re barking

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Natural Aids To Support Your Dog’s Sensitive Stomach

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As a pet parent, you want your dog to feel happy and healthy. One of the most common problems which can disrupt such a happy lifestyle are tummy troubles. But ‘what can I give my dog for an upset stomach?’ you may ask. Thankfully, there are a number of ways herbal pet care can help

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Life After Lockdown with your Dogs

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As we’re navigating through the upcoming easing of lockdown restrictions and life begins to open up, it’s time to consider how ours and our dogs’ lives might be about to change. Not only has the past year brought many changes in routine for us humans, but there’s also been a lot of adapting required by

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