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Hip dysplasia is a relatively common disease in dogs. It involves abnormal development of the hip joints and can result in lameness, pain, and poor mobility of the hind legs.
The modern world stresses out our pets. Trainer and behaviourist Carol Price explains the causes and effects of stress in dogs...
Expanding your best friend’s horizons — or in this case, his scent world — is a great idea, as Nathalie Ingham explains...
Coconut oil has a range of different benefits, vets Roberta Baxter and John Burns give their advice on whether they think it would be beneficial to your dog.
BARF (bones and raw food) diets can give health benefits, but so too can high-quality prepared foods - as John Burns advises...
There’s more to exercising your dog than a stroll in the park. Tesco Bank Pet Insurance and expert advisors, vetfone® suggest doggie workouts that will make tails wag with joy.
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People think that older dogs will be house-trained but this isn't always the case, especially if they've spent time in kennels.
Most breeds of dog shed their fur twice a year, in spring and autumn. Some are hardly noticeable, but some create a furry avalanche.
Most dogs will not play alone. Dogs are social creatures and find it better to engage with other dogs or their owners, explains trainer Tony Cruse.
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.
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.
Does your puppy play with his toys when he is in your company, but chew household items instead when he is left alone? Our experts offer their advice...