From bringing home a pup to caring for an older dog, there is always more to learn about our canine companions.
Our dog advice articles take you through the things you should know to help keep your dog happy and healthy.
From microchipping, help with pups, expert first aid advice and help with rehoming a dog, you’ll find the information you need as we support you through every step of your journey with your canine companion.
Buying or rescuing a dog is a massive commitment, our breed guides can help you find the right pet while learning about potential health problems.
From buying a new pup to rescuing an older dog, we provide some helpful tips and advice on becoming a proud dog owner.
Our ‘petsperts’ review all things dog, from fun and entertaining toys and pet gadgets to products that benefit their health and wellbeing.
From protecting dogs from pests to learning about a breed’s common conditions, there’s a lot to think about when it comes to a dog’s daily health needs.
Keeping on top of your dog’s training can help strengthen the bond between you as it can prevent any unwanted behaviour problems.
Keeping our dogs safe while helping them look their best are essential parts of keeping our canine companions happy and healthy.
Dogs come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes so it’s important to make sure they get the right care to meet their unique food and nutritional needs.
Our dogs are a massive part of our lives, we hope to bring some comfort or guidance to those struggling with the loss of a pet.
Different dog breeds vary hugely in temperament, size, training and ownership requirements, and while choosing a dog is an exciting prospect, a crucial part of this decision is choosing the right breed that’s a perfect fit for both your desires and your circumstances.
We’ve put together some handy guides to some of the nation’s most popular dog breeds, providing information on their physical attributes and appearance, temperaments and breed history, plus things to watch out for including special care or considerations that different breeds might need over their lifetime.