Many puppies will eat their food really quickly, especially if they previously had to push other pups away due to being fed from a single large bowl.
A diabetic dog needs a dedicated owner. But with the right help and careful management he can still enjoy a full and active life.
Halloween can be a scary experience for any dog. More people coming to our front door, people wearing strange clothes and masks – need to figure out a way to make this night a tr [ ... ]
People think that older dogs will be house-trained but this isn't always the case, especially if they've spent time in kennels.
Does your dog suffer from wax in his ears? Without regular cleaning some dogs do build up wax in their ears - Roberta Baxter advises...
Is your elderly dog starting to toilet in inappropriate places? Is he becoming very attention seeking and forgetful?
Does your dog have dirty teeth? Vet Roberta Baxter suggests ways for you to keep your dog's teeth clean.
Battersea canine welfare trainer Nathalie Ingham answers some questions on making some New Year resolutions with your dog.
There are so many types of bed that you could find yourself spending a fortune only to discover your puppy doesn’t like it or prefers to chew it up.
A dog’s senses are so acute that they can sensitise to features that we can’t understand, behaviourist Claire Arrowsmith explains.
Littermates can bring huge problems and play-fighting can certainly escalate into more serious conflict as puppies mature.
If we told you that 45% of the dogs bodyweight is muscle, would that explain why keeping your dogs muscles in good working condition is the key to keeping them mobile, active and h [ ... ]