Here’s a list of simple tips that may help Fido do his daily business.
If you’ve noticed Fido gasping inward heavily instead of outward in a sneeze, it could actually be a reverse sneeze.
Canine cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs over the age of ten – but half of these cancers can be cured if caught early.
If you’ve noticed Fido’s waistline turning cylindrical, fret not! Here are five simple methods to get him back in shape.
Have you ever wondered what kind of music your furkid might be into?
Here are four reasons to explain why your furkid is hungry all the time.
It seems that our felines might enjoy our company more than we think!
Dry and wet food has its perks and downsides, but which is suitable for your furkid and your lifestyle?
While some types are normal, others can be associated with potentially serious health concerns.
Our four-legged friends do have their fair share of behaviours that are truly baffling.
Still apprehensive about sterilising your furkid? We help bust the most common myths.
If you see a small pinkish bump on your dog’s skin, chances are it is a wart.
Q: Are paw washers worth investing in? My two Malteses sleep with me on the bed and I’m not sure how clean their paws are after walks if I use just wet wipes. Will using a paw washer every day dry their paw pads and skin out? How can I make sure my dogs are clean enough to sleep on my bed in between baths?
Q: When my four-month-old Sealyham Terrier plays with my other dogs, she always goes for their legs or tails, often causing them to bruise. I’ve scolded her many times, but it doesn’t always work. What can I do to make her stop?
Q: My anxious 11-month-old rescue dog goes through rounds of panic and alert barking, and my trainer suggested giving it calming natural remedies like valerian root, Bach flower remedies and catnip extract. What natural remedies are safe to be given to my pooch and which would you recommend?