Thinking of getting a dog? Here’s the basics of puppy nutrition There’s nothing like the excitement of bringing a new puppy home for the first time – so much to discover and so much to love! If you’ve never had a pup before, you’ll find they don’t stay small for long. They grow fast, and
What is the best dog food for senior dogs? It’s no secret that the way to your dog’s heart is through their stomach. But the older they become, the harder it will be to burn off those yummy treats. Although they’ll retain the same special personality, as a dog ages they tend to slow down,
Why superfoods are super good for dogs There’s been a buzz about superfoods in human diets for around two decades now, and there’s no reason why dogs can’t share the health benefits. There are many dog recipes filled to the brim with these nutrient dense ingredients. Here we discover how to supercharge your pup’s diet
Is premium kibble good for your dog? You’ve seen the shiny packets stacked up in the pet food shops, twice the price of the basic supermarket kibble. Your vet may have recommended a particular brand to keep your dog healthy. But what is premium kibble and will it actually give your dog extra health benefits?
My dog is farting, is this normal? Common questions about dog gassiness We’re all spending a lot more time at home right now, and while your dog will be loving the extra attention, you might be noticing just how gassy they are. If your dog’s diet is working for them, you shouldn’t be noticing nasty
Veterinarians Debunk 13 Dog Myths Over the years many myths about dogs have circulated, some are fun, whilst others make no sense at all. For example, when your dog is guilty of bad behaviour, your dog does not actually feel guilt – only it’s stemmed from the way you behave to the dog. Or that
Veterinarians Debunk 11 Cat Myths Over the years many myths and legends about cats have circulated, some are fun, whilst others are a little frightening. For example, it’s said in England that a cat who claws at the curtains or the carpets is predicting windy weather, and the Welsh believed rain was coming when a
1 in 10 Australian seniors plan to leave portion of estate to their pets The relationship between pets and humans has evolved over many centuries. From trained hunters and service animals, to loyal four-legged friends – the position of the humble pet has become one of an irreplaceable companion. With pets becoming prominent members of