Dog owners dread leaving their furry buddies at home alone. Bidding them goodbye and hearing them whimper in response can be heartbreaking! The only thing owners can do is to put their mind at ease, knowing they’ll eventually return home. But this is actually more than just missing each other. IFLScience elaborates on how much […]
Thanks to that Oreo’s advert, we all know that chocolate isn’t good for dogs, but did you know that onions are bad for dogs, too? So bad, in fact, that they can lead to anemia in dogs. But onions aren’t the only thing to look out for – Garlic and corn on the cob can […]
There are a few things that you need to know before you start training your dog, but this may just be one of the most important – What was the most important part of your dog training?
Last week we asked our readers to share the best dog training advice they’d ever received. First to share with us was Helen Nicks: “The best dog training advice I ever received was to use a ‘Halti’ type collar to stop pulling on the lead. Worked wonders!” Have you been given any great advice? Share […]
Every week between the Q&A’s and doggy insights we post a handy tip on our website to help you and your dog get along a little better. Now we’re turning the tables and asking you – our loyal, dog-loving readers – to share your tips with us. What is the best dog advice you’ve ever […]
How to keep your dogs ears safe from big bangs Halloween is upon us, and, while it is not usually a time for big bangs and displays of light, you might encounter the odd firework or two. Now, we all know that dogs and fireworks don’t go together, and that dogs hear things a lot […]
Left to their own devices, and with a free supply of water, a dog will drink as much water as they need to without needing to be prompted. However, leaving a dog with access to an unlimited supply of water is not always an option… so how much water should you leave for your dog? […]
He licks everything, slobbers on everything, nibbles on everything and chews whatever he can drag away, but I love him, and a lot of the time he’s just being his doggy self. Does your dog chew things? What is his/her favorite? Have you snapped any guilty-looking, mid-chew pictures? Share them with us!
By the time your dog gets to about 2years old, s/he should have had their teeth looked at by a professional who will be able to give you an indication of how frequently to go for follow up treatment based on their findings. It is a good idea to make home dental care a regular […]
Hi DTB I have a 4 month old husky / shepherd mix. I’ve had her for 2 months and from the start I did crate training. At first she was fine but now she hates her crate. She soils the crate at night cause she knows I’ll have to take her out of it to […]