There are several homeopathic remedies that can effectively stop the signs of incontinence, says Holly Mash.
Ever wondered how your dog would cope if they were to lose a leg? Our experts explain just how well dogs can cope with losing a limb...
It’s always important to get your vet to check any skin mass that comes up suddenly, as skin growths can be due to a number of different causes.
Do you think your dog might not be eating because he's bored of his food? Thinking about giving him something different? Vet John Burns shares his advice.
There are differences in how many calories are required by individual dogs, some have higher metabolic rates, or are more active, says Susan McKay.
Has your dog been eating the same food for ages? Has he suddenly gone off it and you're not sure why? Vet John Burns shares his advice.
Battersea canine welfare trainer Nathalie Ingham answers a few of those Christmas queries that always come along in time for the festive season…
Double jointedness is not normally an issue in dogs, however dogs often sit to one side if they have back, hip, or stifle pain on one side.
Terriers are busy, inquisitive and clever dogs who need a lot of mental stimulation as well as exercise to live happy, fulfilled lives.
Taking on a retired Greyhound can be wonderfully rewarding but requires forethought, as sight hound specialist Jackie Drakeford explains.
Far too many dogs end up in rescue when children come on the scene because their owners didn’t consider their future plans.
Is your dog losing his sight? Are you worried that he isn't happy and that he might struggle to cope? Our experts offer their advice and explain that dogs actually cope very well w [ ... ]