Discover How Dog Balm Can Protect Skin, Paws & Noses Naturally

In Advisor's Blog Dorwest News General Health Herbal Expertise Skin & Coat By 3 comments

Protect your dog’s skin, paws & nose naturally with dog balm For cuts, grazes, skin irritations or sore paws, dog friendly skin and paw balms are a great addition to your doggy first aid kit and something to always have on hand. Seasons, allergies, and breed types can all affect how a dog’s skin reacts

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Top Tips to Remove Dog Hair at Home

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Spring has well and truly sprung (hurrah!) but along with the lighter evenings and warmer weather, you may have also been reminded of a slightly less appealing side effect. That’s right, dog hair!! It’s everywhere!! Whilst many shed regularly, dog coats tend to change even more during the changing seasons (much like we do with

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4 Ways To Relieve Your Dog’s Skin Condition

In Advisor's Blog General Health Skin & Coat By 4 comments

Longer evenings, more walks outdoors and flowers in bloom are lovely, but rising temperatures also increase the prevalence of pollen, causing irritation and skin disorders for dogs. We believe it’s important for owners to understand the different types of disorders, what can cause them and, most importantly, how to help your dog deal with them.

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Essential Omega 3 & 6 Fatty Acids for Your Dog

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Essential fatty acids are not only beneficial for humans, but for dogs, too. By choosing omega 3 & 6 supplements for dogs, you ensure that your dog will receive the necessary essential fatty acids. Omega rich food supplements are used to help your dog’s dry skin. Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are fats that must be

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4 Top Tips For Driving With Your Dog

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Driving with your dog. Many of us are adventuring further afield from our usual dog walking routes and travelling to new places now that spring is in the air! Some dogs love the car but others have had limited experiences (or simply don’t like it). As with humans, they’re all different. So today, we thought

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What Happens If Your Dog Eats Chocolate?

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Easter is just around the corner, which means sitting rooms will soon be littered with Easter Eggs and other variations of chocolate treats. This is something that both children and adults alike look forward to, and it can certainly attract the interest of your four-legged family member too. If we eat too much chocolate, we

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6 Springtime dangers for pets

In Advisor's Blog General Health By 2 comments

Spring has officially sprung and it’s nice to be able to get out in the garden once again, and the best thing any pet owner can do is to be educated on potential garden dangers, as some of the plants and products we commonly use in our garden can be very toxic to animals. 1.Plants

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