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A good starting point would be to speak to others who are already doing this and pick up tips from them. Explains solicitor Trevor Cooper.
Having to apply medication is not a nice experience for anyone, especially your dog. Vet Roberta Baxter gives her advice on how to overcome the problem.
Expanding your best friend’s horizons — or in this case, his scent world — is a great idea, as Nathalie Ingham explains...
How to stop your dog getting ticks.
Mostly, dogs’ noses are wet, whether they are healthy or not, explains vet Roberta Baxter.
Have you done much training with her? This will be important so that she has an understanding of how to listen to you and what you want her to do, explains behaviourist Claire Arro [ ... ]
Every year animal shelters are filled with unwanted dogs of all ages, shapes and sizes, all desperately in need of ‘forever’ homes.
With a little time and patience, all pet dogs can learn tricks to give them a little ‘X-factor sparkle’. Teaching tricks can also improve the bond between you, reduce boredom, [ ... ]
Has your dog been recently suffering with eczema? Vets Roberta Baxter and Holly Mash share their tips on how to make the hair grow back in the affected areas?
Has your dog previously suffered from a skin infection? Is his skin still patchy and dry? Vet Roberta Baxter offers a few tips on what to try next.
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...
Behaviourist Claire Arrowsmith shares her advice on making your puppy feel more comfortable around your children.