How old is your dog?
Congratulations on smashing the first year as a puppy parent. It’s rewarding, sometimes trying, but mostly full of unconditional love. Well done on raising a healthy, happy pup!
Smaller breeds will have finished the final stages of growth and muscle development by now, but larger breeds will still have a way to go. It might be time to adjust how much and how often you are feeding them.
That soft, fluffy puppy fur will have been replaced by their adult coat. This may be a more drastic change in some breeds and more subtle in others, so make sure you have a good grooming regime in place.
You’ll also both be off to the vet for your dog’s first annual health check and yearly vaccinations. Arrive armed with all of your questions about their health and wellbeing.
This dog-friendly cupcake recipe for Halloween will have your pup howling with excitement!
It is widely know that chocolate can be harmful for dogs. Learn about why and what to do about it.
Your dog's poo can contain infectious parasites that might harm the health of other pets or humans. So here are some doggy-poo tips for protecting the environment.
Anal gland problems are an often-encountered frustration for pet owners, mainly dogs. So that's the story?
Paw licking is a common problem in dogs so here's why they do it, and when it can be harmful.
Bad breath in dogs is quite common and can occur for different reasons. It’s important to address bad breath early so here's some tips on how to fix bad dog breath.
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A handy list to ensure you’ve kept all of their healthcare needs in check as they grow from puppy to adult.
Anxiety is one of the most common issues affecting pet dogs. Find out how you can care for them properly.