Understanding what, when, how often, and how much to feed your dog at each stage of their life is vital to ensure your pup grows into a strong, healthy, and happy adult dog. As they mature, the food you feed them will influence not only their physical development but also their cognitive abilities and overall well-being.
When you see your dog shaking for no clear reason, it can be very upsetting and scary. Especially if it is quite severe and accompanied by other worrying behaviours. Dogs shake for many different reasons. These can include over-excitement, the … Read More
When it comes to discussing the strongest dogs breeds across the world, some people approach it quite simplistically but I believe there are many different factors to consider. Are we talking about all-out brute strength and size (which seems to … Read More
It was Charles Darwin that first suggested that the emotional experiences of animals are comparatively similar to our own. In the decades since then, scientists and veterinarian professionals are discovering that dogs have both physiological and psychological problems that are … Read More
Dogs are fast becoming the household pet of choice. Statista published a record high of 471 million pet dogs globally in 2018, although it is believed that this number is far higher as not all dogs are registered. Certainly, since … Read More
Like us, dogs need a healthy, well-balanced diet to give them the best shot at a long and active life. Most owners likely haven’t ever considered the sodium levels in their dog’s food but it is worth knowing more about … Read More
Dogs around the world couldn’t be happier right now. They are spending all day every day with their families and are lapping it up. However, could being with your dog so much right now cause long lasting problems when we … Read More
There is a lot of discussion about whether we should feed dogs “human” foods. Is it good for them or not? Well, the answer is ‘it depends’. A broadly accurate principle to follow is: if it’s good for humans, it’s … Read More