Your pet looks to you for dental care

Four out of every five dogs and cats over the age of three years have some sort of dental disease which becomes more severe with age. Untreated dental problems can lead to more serious problems such as illnesses related to the heart, liver and kidney. Dogs are pack animals and showing weakness is not part … Rest of Post

Want Healthier Kids? A Dog in the House Might be the Answer!

Research conducted by a University Hospital in Finland, has concluded that children who have a dog in the home are healthier than children without. Children with dogs as pets, had less respiratory problems and less infections. Overall, the study concluded, their general health was better than those children who did not have dogs as pets. … Rest of Post

House Training Your Dog

The principles underlying housetraining are very simple. You want to teach your puppy to eliminate on a specific surface or…

Common Type of Worms

Worms are parasites in dogs and cats that if left untreated may cause severe illness or even death. COMMON TYPES OF WORMS Heartworm Heartworm is contracted through the bite of an infected mosquito and is the deadliest of all canine parasites. One a dog is bitten by an infected mosquito, it takes about 7 months … Rest of Post

Barking Dog

Dogs bark for many different reasons but in most cases barking serves as a form of communication. Dog owners will generally recognise four different types of bark: warning, alarm, playful and need. For instance, continuous fast barking is a warning, perhaps alerting that someone is entering their home territory, whereas long drawn-out barks at a high pitch, … Rest of Post

Clipping Your Pets Nails

Nail trimming is an important part of your pets grooming routine. How often you should cut your pets nails varies depending on whether they are an indoor or outdoor pet. If your pet is indoors, you may find they will need a monthly trim, but if they are outdoors they may wear them down somewhat … Rest of Post

Poochy Massage Therapy

Why Pamper Your Pooch with Massage Therapy? When we think of a pampering massage, the immediate association for most people is relaxation. You can bring this special treat to your dog as well. Massage therapy for animals is technically ‘touch therapy’, helping to improve both physical and mental wellbeing. There are multiple benefits of this … Rest of Post

Dog Park Etiquette

One must be polite when sniffing others bottoms! Anyone who visits a dog park often knows well enough that it is frequented by large, medium and small dogs with a range of personalities, different behaviours, and different levels of training and obedience. It is a great opportunity for your dog to learn and maintain social … Rest of Post