It's a time of year when pumpkins, lots of sweets, and trick or treaters are in abundance. If you love to get into the spirit of Halloween it's important that you keep your dog safe from harm.
Anorexia took Marie Hamlin to the brink of despair. But her little dog Blaze had other ideas…
“I didn’t know I needed a dog in my life until I was introduced to an unwanted litter of cross-breed terrier puppies. Th ere was one that nobody else wanted, but he stole my heart and we bonded immediately. Th ere was just something about this special little creature, who I named Blaze.
Your Dog editor Sarah Wright reflects on how fast office dog Bertie has grown up
Seeing Kelly’s Henry celebrate his third birthday recently has got us all reminiscing.
Office dog Bertie is just a little older than Henry and the two of them have known each other since they were tiny pups, and played together in the car park of our old offices in Stamford.
Epilepsy in a dog can be extremely frightening. Michael Hallam discovers how to bring this incurable condition under control.
Watching your dog have a fit is a scary experience. As well as experiencing shock and panic, owners can feel completely helpless as their pet struggles.
For owners of epileptic dogs this is something they must get used to and try to manage. Many dogs have the condition — it is believed to be more common in dogs than in humans.