Dog Articles

Environmental Enrichment to Help Your Dog Combat the Winter Blues

Dogs need exercise and stimulation regardless of the weather and just as we might go stir crazy when cooped up for extended periods, our furry friends too can become restless and may end up driving us nuts!

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD) is a dementia-like syndrome that occurs in approximately 12-14% of older dogs more than 10 years of age. It is similar to human Alzheimer's disease.

It shouldn't happen to a dog - but it does. Hind limb lameness is a real pain and not something that should be ignored.

"Oh no, not my favourite slippers!" Puppies naturally chew objects as part of the learning process, and while playing. Understanding why dogs chew can help you to address undesirable chewing behaviours.

Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs

Canine Cruciate Ligament Rupture is an acute or chronic degenerative injury of the anterior cruciate ligament that results in partial or complete instability of the knee joint.

Unruly Behaviour In Dogs

Unruly behaviours such as jumping up, pulling on the lead and chasing are common and frustrating problems cited by many dog owners. Here are some practical solutions to help you tame your wild beast!

Keeping your dog's ears and eyes clean is an important part of your health care and grooming routine.

Lead Poisoning: A Weighty Issue

Old homes and buildings, especially those undergoing renovation, can release lead into the surrounding environment. Lead can be a danger not only to your pets, but to your family as well.

There is such a large variety of dog collars and leads that choosing just one can be overwhelming. Here is a guide to what's available for your dog.

Is Your House Pet-Safe?

Make sure your house is poison-proof for your new puppy or kitten, and watch out for electrical cords and other dangerous household items.

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