We take an in-depth look at everything you need to know about vaccinations - what your dog is being vaccinated against and how often.
We take a quick at-a-glance guide to drug therapy for behavioural problems - as behavioural work alone sometimes isn't enough.
Most dogs will to suffer from worms at some point in their life, it's important as owners we know all about them and how to treat them.
Arthritis’ means inflammation of the joints and is used to describe a variety of conditions that can develop in any joint in a dog of any age.
Taking good care of your dogs teeth will help to keep him happy and comfortable. We have some advice to help you here.
Your Dog Magazine has some great help and advice on how to care for your dog as he ventures into the golden years of his life.
Don’t share your Easter eggs with your canine friend as chocolate is toxic to dogs. Follow our guide to making your dog an Easter treat that is safe for him.
When taking your dog in the car it’s important to remember that a dog will need to be placed in a safe position. Find out more here.
Inevitably, we have to leave our dogs alone for short periods of time. Follow these tips to help your dog cope when you’re not around.
There's a limit to how much we can take with us when out walking, so what does Roberta Baxter consider to be an essential item?
Losing your dog every owner's nightmare, but if your he does go missing, this advice could help you get him back.
Thankfully cases of dog poisonings are rare, however, should your dog get in trouble, vet Roberta Baxter explains what to look out for.
Your Dog Magazine's expert vet Roberta Baxter explains all about cancer and reveals how new treatments are being developed all the time.
As well as a microchip for your dog by law he will also need an identity tag. Find out what your ID tag should include here.
Choosing a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of looking after your dog. But what should you put in his dinner bowl? Two routes can be followed…
From a dog's point of view, it's extremely important that the relationship between his owner and vet works well.
Read Your Dog Magazines' five minute guide on how to check that your dog stays completely content, happy and healthy here.
Your Dog magazine visits a professional groomer in Norwich, Norfolk and offers tips on maintaining your dog's coat.
Firstly, clipping paw hair short helps to prevent ice balling in the feet, which can contribute to cold damage to the paws, advises vet Roberta Baxter.
Grooming your dog’s coat is important at any time of the year, in particular when the coat is changing in the spring.
Deciding when and how to bathe your dog is often difficult. It will depend on various factors. Your Dog magazine has some advice.
It's important that you know exactly what you are looking for when purchasing an insurance policy for your dog.
Dietary intolerances are relatively common in dogs and can cause problems including diarrhoea, weight loss, and general ill health.
Discovering a small lump or mass on your dog can be a scary experience, vet Joe Inglis talks you through the possibilities.
When scavenging habit has no medical cause, you need to consider the behavioural and psychological factors that have led to the problem.
Help and advice from Your Dog Magazine and vet Joe Inglis, read on to find out more on how you can resolve this issue.
When you are looking for a dog bed that'll be easy to keep clean you'll need to consider carefully the bed you choose for your dog.
Find out here what you need to know and do, when, at the end of your dogs life you decide that you want him to be cremated.
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