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 To Calm Down A Dog on Fireworks Night – Even at the Last Minute!

In Advisor's Blog Anxiety & Behaviour By 1 comments

During this festive season, you know that Fireworks are going to occur often and they’ll be scary for your pet; especially for dogs on bonfire night. Don’t worry, there’s plenty you can do to help your dog’s anxiety and settle your pet. Here are some last minute ideas on how to naturally calm down your

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How Herbal Remedies Can Help Noise Phobia in Dogs

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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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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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6 reasons why your dog may smell and how you can help

In General Health Herbal Expertise Skin & Coat By 5 comments

‘Can you stop my dog smelling…. of dog?!’ It almost sounds like a joke, however this is quite a common problem our advisors get asked. Now we all expect our dogs to smell a little and of course that is entirely natural and it is certainly not realistic to completely stop your dog having any

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

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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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Improving Inc’s coat condition

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Trial Study Before the launch of Omega Star it was tested by a study group of dogs, these were a variety of breeds from every group and from youngsters through to veterans, from working dogs to pet dogs through to top winning show dogs! A few of their owners felt so strongly about using the

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