If your New Year’s resolution is to get fit, your dog may be your perfect training partner Stay fresh. Shutterstock Anne Carter, Nottingham Trent University and Emily J. Hall, Nottingham Trent University January is the month of ambitious resolutions – and getting fit and losing weight tend to top the list. But how many...

By Dr Felicia Tam, PAW By Blackmores Veterinarian Pendulous, bat-like, rose-shaped… all words used to describe desired ear shapes for our four-legged friends. Is it any wonder that a one size fits all ear cleaning regime is not going to work for all the different kind of ears that are affixed to the hounds we love?...

Today was one of the most popular dates on the dachshund calendar – the annual Hophaus Dachshund Race. Hosted by Hophaus German restaurant at Southbank, the race has quickly become a must-do annual tradition since starting in 2015. Thousands of ween owners, as well as fans of short-legged, long-bodied sausage dogs...

Brought to you by Applaws Pet Food We are all committed to keeping our furry family members healthy and happy; from taking them on regular walks, to booking them into doggy day care for socialisation to enrichment with the newest dog toys and games, I’m sure it’s safe to say we will do anything to ensure our dog’s...

Becoming a fur-parent comes with all sorts of responsibilities, from deciding on the best-fitting breed for your family and lifestyle to monogramming your new pooches name into their collar, leash, and ‘My First Years’ puppy book (only me?). But when it comes to crate training many of us find it unnecessary and some,...