Slow and steady wins the race for our dogs (as well as tortoises). When we try to rush ahead to deal with challenges we are experiencing with our dogs, or while teaching them a complex new trick, we are setting ourselves up for failure. For a dog that has issues with anxieties, fear, or reactivity, […]
Linda Blair studied psychology at Wellesley College and Harvard University in America, then trained as a clinical psychologist at the Maudsley Hospital (University of London). She’s worked in the NHS, for the Medical Research Council and at the Universities of Cambridge and Bath, and she had a private clinical psychology practice for 35 years. She […]
Take Your Dog to Work Day was first started in the UK in 1996, to celebrate what great companions dogs make and to promote rescuing a dog. We’re here with our top 5 tips to make the office experience as calm as possible for your dog.
Louise Daws specialises in calm, relaxing grooming experiences for dogs at her home-based grooming parlour in the South West. She joins us here to give some fabulous advice on setting your puppy up for successful grooming parlour visits.
Easter brings lots of tasty treats for humans – chocolate, hot cross buns and Sunday dinner with the family. But these tasty treats can be potentially life-threatening for our dogs. So we’ve put together this helpful Easter-themed list of poisonous food and plants for your dogs.
It’s National Puppy Day, so we’re here to make your life as a new puppy parent just a little easier with our top 3 tips for success!
Getting a good photograph of an excitable puppy can be no mean feat. Carly, of The Pet Collective, joins us to give her Top 5 Tips on capturing the best photos of your dog.
Penny Warren, of Bristol K9 Massage, gives an introduction to canine massage, along with the benefits it can provide for your dog.
ICAN (International Companion Animal Network) gives dog owners a new way to find trusted professionals to work with, through their list of force-free trainers and behaviourists.
Today is National Walk Your Dog Day but instead of focusing on the benefits of walking your dog, I’d like to focus, perhaps controversially, on why I believe in rest days free from walks. Consider adding a rest day into your dog’s week and enjoy a calmer dog.