Can I prevent my dog from getting cancer?

Vet Roberta Baxter explains what you can do to reduce your dog's chances of having a problem with cancer...

Why does my dog eat grass?

Vets Roberta Baxter & John Burns offer advice on why dogs eat grass and the effects it can have on your dog's health.

Battersea Q&A: My rescue dog loves me too much!

Do you want to spend some quality alone time with your other half this Valentine's Day, but your rescue dog has other ideas? 

What is swimmer's tail?

Has your dog's tail gone limp? Are they struggling to wag it? Find out more about swimmer's tail here...

Is my dog too fat?

There are many studies looking at the levels of obesity in pets, but a good estimate is that about 40 per cent of the UK pet dog population is overweight or obese.

Can my dog overcome nervousness?

It takes time for a nervous dog to settle in and build up her confidence, says Claire Arrowsmith.

Signs of dementia

Is your elderly dog starting to toilet in inappropriate places? Is he becoming very attention seeking and forgetful?

Battersea Q&A: My rescue dog won't eat!

There can be a number of different reasons why dogs won’t eat, and it may be advisable to seek the help of a behaviourist to determine exactly why...

How much should I feed my dog?

Many dog owners find it difficult to get the right advice about feeding, especially when the dog has a diet-related health problem, vet John Burns explains.

Why won't my puppy play on his own?

Most dogs will not play alone. Dogs are social creatures and find it better to engage with other dogs or their owners, explains trainer Tony Cruse.

Can I stop the build-up of wax in my dog's ears?

Does your dog suffer from wax in his ears? Without regular cleaning some dogs do build up wax in their ears - Roberta Baxter advises...

How do I get rid of my dog's yeast infection?

Yeast infections can relate to a disorder in the natural balance between bacteria and yeasts in the skin and other areas, our experts explain.

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