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Explore our tips and advice for every aspect of your dog’s care and enjoy the benefits of a canine companion who is happy, healthy and content.

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How Often Should My Dog Poop?

It is normal for a dog to defecate anywhere between 1 and 5 times a day. However, the amount your dog may defecate on a single day depends on several factors.
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How to Clean Your Dog’s Ears: A Pet Parents Guide

Many dogs have ears that require regular cleaning. With this simple process cleaning your dog's ears is easy enough to do at home provided you have the right equipment.
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Why Does My Dog Still Have Fleas?

Unlike many parasites, most fleas live in the environment, not on your pet. And there are always plenty of new fleas waiting in the wings, ready to replace those that are killed.
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How Do I Stop My Dog Farting All The Time?

One of the many benefits of owning a dog, is that you always have someone to blame those unusual smells on. However, some dogs do appear to be particularly gassy. Read on for some hints on how to reduce the smell.
10 Foods That Are Bad for Your Dog

10 Worst Foods For Your Dog

Dogs love to eat. The problem is that some of your favourite foods are simply no good for your canine companion's health or wellbeing.
dog in car

Choosing the Right Car Restraint for Your Dog

When travelling with your dog in the car, as pet owners their safety is our responsibility.  Car restraints come in many shapes and sizes and there is little regulation in the industry to ensure safety.
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Basic Dog Training

From basic obedience commands to advanced tricks, dog training is a rewarding and engaging experience for you and your dog.
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Help! My Dog Is Being Bothered By Flies

Biting flies hassling our dogs can seem like a difficult problem to solve. Learn some simple strategies to get rid of those pesky flies for good.
Beagle pulling on the lead

Does Your Dog Lunge at Other Dogs When Out Walking?

A dog who is "leash reactive" is most likely experiencing some anxiety, fear or discomfort associated with other dogs. The situation is worse on a lead because your dog can’t approach in a safe and relaxed way.
Two dogs barking

How To Stop Dogs Barking

Barking is a natural form of communication for dogs and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Identifying why your dog barks goes some way towards finding a way to restore quiet.

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