With online searches for dog coats going up dramatically as parts of the UK prepare for freezing temperatures, some may wonder - how do you know if a dog needs to wear a jacket? Here are some tips from tails.com to determine when your dog should and shouldn’t wear a coat.
Plans of foreign holidays will once again be shelved for millions of Brits in favour of 'staycations', both due to Coronavirus and the increased difficulty of taking one's dog abroad after Brexit. Anyone planning staycations should make sure to keep their four-legged family members safe on road trips - and here's how.
Some offices are pet-friendly, but it is not always possible to take our pets to work with us. As many return to the workplace, pets left once again alone for several hours may struggle to adjust – especially the so-called “lockdown pets”.
A ten-year-old crossbreed called Jenkins had to go through complex lifesaving surgery to resolve a “medically challenging” case of Cushing’s disease.
Christmas is on the way and many of us are starting to decorate our homes with plants – although experts advise not to kiss too much under the mistletoe! Kiss or no kiss, though, dog owners need to keep in mind that mistletoe is toxic to dog – and so are several plants we associate with Christmas cheer...
Staff at the RSPCA Ashley Heath Animal Centre couldn’t believe their eyes when Alaskan malamute Trojan arrived. It is not rare for dogs to be overweight or obese, but the ten-year-old dog’s weight was unlike anything they had seen before: he weighted 101 kilos, roughly the same as a baby elephant.
With temperatures dropping, vets are warning pet owners to take extra caution during the cold spell with salt, grit and antifreeze proving fatal to pets.
Rolling out of bed early in the morning to hitting our exercise targets and even walking the dog can prove to be challenging in the cold winter months. So, to ensure our four-legged friends get the daily exercise they need, what other activities can we do with them if we miss a walk?