Herbs that heal the heart

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Help with your dog’s heartbreak. Just like humans, animals can experience times of sadness, anxiousness and loss. If your pet is experiencing one of the three below then the herbal experts are here to impart words of wisdom. Phantom pregnancy. Phantom, pseudo or false pregnancies occur more frequently in dogs than cats, and bitches that

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Not just for fireworks…

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If your dog suffers from anxiety caused by travel-related issues, experiences noise phobia such as fireworks fear, or if your dog has general anxiety, Dorwest will come to the rescue! Our licensed herbal medicine Scullcap & Valerian Tablets and herbal supplement Valerian Compound Liquid both calm and relax dogs and cats naturally. Herbs are gentle

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The Power of Dog! Health Benefits of Dogs

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Helping improve the lives of dogs is at the heart of what drives the team at Dorwest. But did you know dogs are actually able to help improve the lives of humans in a variety of ways too? We all know our dogs are amazing companions, regularly turning frowns upside down, but some dogs also

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7 Easy Tricks to Teach Your Dog | Train Your Dog Month

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This January, as part of Train Your Dog Month, The Association of Professional Dog Trainers is encouraging dog owners to teach their four legged friends some everyday manners. Positive reward training is fun for both the dog and owner and is a great way to strengthen the bond between you. This involves rewarding your dog

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New year, New Me, New Dog! How to start running with your dog

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It’s true what they say, dogs love to run! However, as us dog owners know, it’s not always easy to give our dogs the opportunity. Perhaps you can’t let your dog off the lead, your garden is too small, or you aren’t a runner yourself, so can’t let them run for fear of losing your

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How to care for the older dog

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We love our oldies; old dogs have a special charm and we share with them a unique bond as family members over many years. Naturally, we want to do our best for dogs in their old age – it’s a time in their life when they need us the most, which is why caring for an

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How to improve joint care for dogs

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We all take our joints and what they do for us for granted and it’s only when they cause problems that we think about them and take action to keep them healthy. It’s the same with joint care for dogs. With our pets this is even more of the case as we only become aware of

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How to look after your dog’s dry skin in Winter

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The bite of the cold air can be harsh on the sensitive skin of our furry best friends, causing dry dog skin in winter months. Dry skin can be uncomfortable for dogs, especially when it starts to flake off and build up in their fur. There are steps you can take to care for dog

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What Not to Feed Dogs at Christmas

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Christmas is the most wonderful time of year – not only for us humans, but for dogs, too! There are many reasons why dogs love Christmas, and one of them is the food. However, it’s crucial that yourself and your guests are aware of what not to feed dogs at Christmas. Turkey bones When you’re

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Why your pets love Christmas too!

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Christmas is a time for food, family and festivities. Not only do you enjoy it but so does your pet. More guests and family around the home means more attention for your pets. That means more strokes and kisses, even the lipstick ones from Grandma! However many pets do find it a little stressful if

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