Dog health advice
Dogs can be trusted companions, fun friends and great company. Owning a dog is a big responsibility, but put in the time to train and really get to know your four-legged friend, and you will enjoy one of the most rewarding relationships of your life. We can supply the hints, tips, advice and healthcare if you supply the infinite quantities of love and affection!
It's very important you do your research before choosing which breed of dog is right for you. Learn more about the more popular dog breeds here.
How To Choose The Right Dog or Puppy
Are you looking for a dog that loves adventure or a quiet companion who will while away the days with you? Find out how to choose the right dog for you.
A puppy vaccination can help keep vulnerable pups safe and healthy. Find all the advice you need about puppy vaccinations and request an appointment online.
Introducing Puppies To Cats
Getting a puppy is a really exciting time, but not all the family may share your enthusiasm! Read our expert advice for some hints and tips.
Getting Puppies Used To The Car
Unfortunately car travel for some can be really difficult, as dogs can develop phobias or even true car sickness. So how do you keep your dog happy in the car?
Where Should I Get My New Dog From?
If you decide you definitely want a dog, the next consideration is where you get your dog from. You should consider both breeders and rescue centres.
Teaching Your Puppy To Sit
Learn how to train your puppy to sit down when you command through our tips such as using treats and praise to reinforce good behaviour.
Preparing For Your New Puppy
A new house can be a scary place for a young puppy, so if you're bringing one home, learn how to prepare for its arrival and make it welcome.
House Training Your Puppy
Toilet training one of the first things you should teach your puppy, and it’s worth picking up some hints and tips before you bring your pet home.
Avoiding Puppy Biting
When there’s a new puppy in the house, everyone wants to be part of the fun! Learning to regulate how hard teeth come down is called ‘bite inhibition’.