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Most vets will have been trained to perform an ovariohysterectomy, and so will have far more experience of doing this procedure, Vet Roberta Baxter explains.
A dog’s senses are so acute that they can sensitise to features that we can’t understand, behaviourist Claire Arrowsmith explains.
Are you worried that your dog is overweight? Here are some top tips to help you get your dog's weight under control.
If we told you that 45% of the dogs bodyweight is muscle, would that explain why keeping your dogs muscles in good working condition is the key to keeping them mobile, active and h [ ... ]
Ever wondered why your dog's breath smells? The most common reason for smelly breath is gum disease or dental infections.
Mostly, dogs’ noses are wet, whether they are healthy or not, explains vet Roberta Baxter.
Terriers are busy, inquisitive and clever dogs who need a lot of mental stimulation as well as exercise to live happy, fulfilled lives.
Is your dog diabetic? Vet John Burns advises on the best diet for a diabetic dog and how to manage the disease accordingly.
Every dog owner lives in dread of the day when they will have to say goodbye to their trusted friend. So, how do you know when it’s the right time to put your dog to sleep?
Blood in/on the urine normally indicates a bladder or kidney problem, and should definitely be checked out by your vet.
When cats run they almost inevitably get chased, trainer Elizabeth Kershaw explains.
Ever wondered if you can successfully combine a career with dog ownership? Working and owning a dog is feasible.