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!
Renowned for being friendly, full of energy, and having tails just at coffee-table clearing height, Labrador Retrievers are a hugely popular breed in the UK.
Looking After Your Dog's Eyes
Learn how to check your dog's eyes and look out for symptoms such as redness, cloudiness, irritation, scratches, weeping or tear-stained fur.
Car Sickness In Dogs
Learn how travel sickness can affect dogs as well as humans, and what steps you can take if your pet gets sick or stressed when travelling in the car.
Dog Kennel Cough Advice & Care
Advice & Care for Kennel cough, an infectious disease that causes a nasty cough for dogs. All you need to know about vaccinations with Vets4Pets.
A dog microchip can help retrieve lost dogs and comply with some laws. Find all the information you need for microchipping dogs of all breeds and sizes.
Top Tips For Dog Training!
We've put together 7 essential training tips for your new dog or puppy. Learn how to train your canine with dog & puppy advice form Vets4Pets.
Summer Tips For Dogs
Most dogs are sensible in the heat, but remember that they can easily overheat, so be careful when playing games or exercising them.
Spring Cleaning Dangers For Pets
Spring is now upon us and families across the UK are ready to give their house a good clear out and enjoy more time in the garden, many with their pets.
Protecting Your Dog From Ticks
Ticks are specialised parasites with large jaws that attach to pets, & humans, & feed on their blood. Click to find out more about tick prevention for dogs.
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’.