1 CommentThursday, 20 February 2020 | D for Dog
Neil Grimes is a cat, dog, animal and people healer - a non-invasive, complementary therapy that can be used to help improve health and behaviour.
130 CommentsTuesday, 7 May 2019 | D for Dog
We discuss dog anal glands - do all dog's need their glands expressed, what is that fishy smell and how to empty the anal sacs. Easy to follow video.
Friday, 5 April 2019 | D for Dog
Not-for-profit organisation Smokey Paws are hoping to raise £90k to provide every UK fire engine with pet oxygen masks, helping to save lives.
2 CommentsFriday, 15 June 2018 | D for Dog
Dog Walking Fields lists private hire and public enclosed dog fields and indoor areas across the UK where dogs can enjoy safe, off lead play.
Tuesday, 30 January 2018 | D for Dog
Millions of UK cats and dogs are overweight and suffering from obesity. We discuss how to check and maintain your dog's ideal body weight.
9 CommentsTuesday, 30 May 2017 | D for Dog
Compare dog food quickly and easily so you can find the perfect balance between quality and price. Independent and honest dog food advice.
8 CommentsFriday, 27 January 2017 | D for Dog
If your dog eats poo (coprophagia) you are likely to see it as quite disgusting. We discuss why they do it and how to put them off eating poop.
57 CommentsSaturday, 21 January 2017 | D for Dog
Studies suggest Bravecto chewable flea & tick is safe but following adverse reaction reports, Bravecto remains a potential cause for concern.
35 CommentsSaturday, 24 September 2016 | D for Dog
Dog microchipping is compulsory. It is important to check those chips and make sure they are up to date. But what if you can't remember how?
9 CommentsTuesday, 26 July 2016 | D for Dog
Many of us give blood and carry a donor card. Have you ever wondered if your dog could do the same? Your dog could help other dogs in need.