Dog lovers around the world will be happy to see the return of Crufts after its cancellation last year due to the pandemic. The Kennel Club, organisers of the show since 1948, has announced over 16,000 entries from all over the world. The show will be held at the NEC in Birmingham from 10th–13th March.
To celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month we thought we would share our top tips when it comes to caring for your dog's pearly whites. Just like humans, dogs need regular dental care. Unfortunately, this can often get overlooked. But bad dental health can have serious consequences for your furry friend's overall health.
We have been very busy here at The Dog Doctors HQ. We thought it was time to spruce things up and give ourselves a brand new look! Don’t worry, nothing has changed with our products and our mission to provide the very best health and wellbeing care for dogs remains the same.
Although travel is currently unavailable it doesn’t mean we can’t start getting excited about it for when it’s possible! We thought it would be a good idea to get clued up on all the latest changes for pet travel so you are well prepared for when it’s safe to travel again.
If your dog does not move quite like they used to, they are experiencing wear and tear of their joints. A dog’s daily activities take a toll on their joint health.
Natural nutrients are the way to help ageing joints, but how?
With Halloween and Guy Fawkes night just around the corner it’s good to know how fireworks can affect your dog and how best to prepare for them.
Around 60% of dogs show marked signs of distress when exposed to fireworks, your dog may well be one of them.
We thought as it’s mental health awareness week it would be the perfect time to look at the many ways life can be enriched by dogs.
Especially in this uncertain time we are currently all living in together, we want to share our all time favourite facts about the positive impact dogs can have on our mental health!