Read our puppy advice articles to help you keep your puppy happy and healthy. Our advice articles range from preparing your home for your new puppy to teaching them how to sit. Find out more about the importance of vaccinating your puppy and socialisation them at an early age. We know that becoming a new pet parent can be an overwhelming, yet rewarding time, so we take care of all their veterinary needs at Vets4Pets.
Heartworms And Your Dog
Heartworms are thankfully not found in the UK, but are a serious risk for dogs that travel abroad. Click here to read more.
Travelling In The Car With Your Dog
Car travel is really important for many dog owners, but did you know that car travel with pets can be very dangerous if they aren’t properly restrained?
Dog Body Language
The most confusing part of understanding your dog's body language is how much it differs from our own. Find out how to understand your dog with Vets4Pets.
Xylitol Poisoning In Dogs
Xylitol is a sweetener used in many products. Completely harmless to humans, xylitol is unfortunately toxic in dogs. Learn more here.
If you already have a dog, you may be concerned that they won’t share the joy of your new arrival. Find out how to introduce your dogs the right way.
Roundworms And Your Dog
Roundworms are very common in the UK – in fact studies have shown that over 20% of dogs and cats may be actively infected at any one time! Learn more here.
Teaching Your Puppy To Lie Down
Basic training is important for all pups, and ‘lie down’ is a common one to get you started. Read our expert advice for some hints and tips.
Teaching Your Puppy To Stay
Learn how to teach your puppy to stay in one place on command while you move away by using treats, praise and repetition to reinforce its good behaviour.
Fleas And Your Puppy
Understand the symptoms to look out for with your puppy as it may have fleas. Find essential advice and puppy flea treatment should yours have them.
Bringing Your New Puppy Home
Is there anything more exciting than bringing your puppy home for the first time? Watching them take their first steps into their new family is fantastic.
Learn more about Canine Babesiosis, symptoms range from mild to severe and include lethargy, fever, anaemia, an enlarged abdomen, weight loss and jaundice.