How to give your dog a natural boost

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Damiana & Kola Tablets are really a bit of a wonder tablet and has two wonderful uses in dogs. It contains three herbs, Damiana, Kola nut and Saw Palmetto extract, these are known for their anti-depressive, and energy-giving properties.  In fact Damiana was used by Native Americans as a nervous system stimulator and used to

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Travelling with your pet? Karen Wild talks travel sickness

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Travelling any distance with your dog might be something they do not regularly do, so here are some handy ways to make the journeys stress-free for you and your canine best pal.   Existing car sickness may be a worry, so firstly, check that your dog is fine on short journeys a long time before

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How Reggie overcame his firework fear!

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Reggie is a rescue Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is incredibly scared of bangs and noises, his owner contacted after last years Fireworks Night, here is his story…. “Reggie was my first foster dog when I started working at Jerry Green Dog Rescue, he was very anxious and stressed with kennel life so came home for

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Could my dog be grieving?

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Bereavement in dogs Has your dog lost their best doggy pal, or perhaps an owner has passed away leaving your dog listless and withdrawn?  Do you think they are grieving? It is heartrending to lose someone, whether a pet or human family member. Remembering that all of our pets are part of the family is

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Settling your puppy into their new home

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Congratulations, you have decided to add to your family with a new doggy companion! What an exciting time, and what a lot to plan for. Follow our insider expert tips to make certain your new puppy gets the best human family they deserve.  If you haven’t yet chosen your puppy, make certain they are absolutely

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Travelling with your dog – safety and sanity!

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As the weather improves, we venture further afield with the family in the car or on the train, heading off to days out or a holiday, and often our dog comes too. Travelling any distance with your dog might be something they do not regularly do, so here are some handy ways to make the

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How to help your Rescue Dog settle into their new home

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Rescue dogs – A forever dog for a forever home  I love the description for a rehomed dog, of looking for their ‘forever home’. Of course, all dogs should be ‘forever’, but sometimes situations in life change and leave the dog without owners that can care for him or her.   Fortunately as caring animal

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Is Halloween spooking your pet?

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This time of year has always been a potentially scary and stressful time for your pet with noisy Firework displays around Bonfire Night.  But since Halloween has grown significantly in popularity over recent years, this adds a whole other problem. Remember dogs don’t know Halloween is just a bit of light hearted fun, to them

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How my dog Addy coped with his firework fear

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Here is a story from one of our Dorwest customers, all about how her English Setter Addy coped with his fireworks fear last Autumn. Sadly Addy is no longer with Gail and the rest of the family but she wanted to share his story Addy’s Firework Fear Both my dogs were rescue ones. Addy came

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