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Dog-walking groups are becoming ever more popular, whether as a social get-together with friends on special occasions such as Boxing Day, or regular organised walks.
There are a number of viral and bacterial diseases that can cause the symptoms of upper respiratory infection, which generally include runny nose and eyes, coughing, and sneezing.
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The problem with broken and torn nails is that by exposing the quick they allow a route for infection into the bones of the toe.
Remember — acorns can pose a threat to dogs. Acorns contain tannic acid, which is believed to be the toxic element of the nut and can cause damage to the liver and kidneys.
Losing a much-loved pet is hard enough to cope with, without worrying about where their final resting place will be. Sue Corfield advises.
Has your dog recently been attacked by another dog, and started to show possible symptoms of further injury? Vet Roberta Baxter shares her advice.
Certain health problems can have unexpected side effects, explains vet Roberta Baxter.
Assuming all is well with your dog’s diet and the coat is well groomed, a bath with a good quality dog shampoo may give your dog his shine back, explains groomer Diana North.
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 [ ... ]
It is recommended that you use the pliers-type nail clippers for large dogs. Follow our top tips to ensure you trim your dog's nails safely and properly...
Behaviourist Claire Arrowsmith shares her advice on making your puppy feel more comfortable around your children.