How To Care For The Older Dog

In Advisor's Blog General Health Joints By 8 comments

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 Herbal Remedies Can Help Noise Phobia in Dogs

In Advisor's Blog Anxiety & Behaviour Herbal Expertise By 2 comments

During Autumn and Winter, when there may be Firework displays and unexpected thunderstorms, we recommend using natural dog calming products. As we don’t have these storms regularly, many dogs can be afraid of the whizz, bangs and rumbles of thunder. Our Scullcap & Valerian Tablets for Dogs and Valerian Compound for Dogs are both made

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Pet Theft – How to Keep Your Pet Safe.

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Dogs are our loyal companions. They’d do anything for us and we’d do anything for them. One of our commitments as a pet parent is to keep our dogs safe. Sadly, in recent years, despite the very best efforts of owners, this has become even harder to do due to an increase in the number

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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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Why is my dog eating ‘Sticky Weed’ / Clivers / Goosegrass

In Advisor's Blog Animal Behaviour General Health By 29 comments

I have been meaning to write this blog post about Stickyweed for a few weeks now, and I haven’t had the chance to forget to as I get reminded every time my dogs do an excellent impression of grazing cows at the hedge side! I am always amazed at their enthusiasm and determination to eat

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What supplements should I add to my dog’s raw diet?

In Advisor's Blog General Health Herbal Expertise By 21 comments

As the popularity of raw feeding grows and many dog owners are seeing and noticing the benefits of feeding their dog a raw natural diet. Our team of advisors are often asked: “What supplements should I add to my dog’s raw diet?” So using our 65 years of experience, here are our very best recommendations!

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Back to school blues for your dog

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The summer holidays are almost over, and there is a scent of autumn in the air. New school shoes have all been shopped for and it is nearly time for the kids to return to school days again. The traffic will change to the busier term time, too. We humans understand all about this time

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Hot under the collar? Your dog’s skin disorder

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Although the weather is taking it’s time to warm up this year, we are already getting an increase in Customers who contact us about their dogs having seasonal, non-specific skin disorders. Over the coming weeks we’re going to be sharing a series of blog articles that are designed to give you all the information you need to understand about

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Step 3: Nutrition’s role in your dog’s skin health

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We always recommend reviewing your dog’s nutrition as part of the 4 Step Plan for managing your dogs skin disorder. How can a raw diet help skin diseases? The simple, fresh, nutritious nature of the raw diet, along with the flexibility to tailor diets to an individual, provides a useful tool in managing skin disease

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Step 2: Itchy skin, grooming for relief

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Step 2:  Your dog’s itchy skin, grooming for relief “My dog’s got bald patches – what can it be?” “We’ve been unlucky; her breed is susceptible to skin issues.” “He must have got it from a dog at the park, and now he never stops scratching! What can I do?” As a groomer, these are

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