Expert tips on settling a rescue dog into your home

Bringing a rescue dog into your home is highly rewarding and exciting time, however, it can require some careful considerations. Paws.com have shared their...

First aid for wounds

My three-year-old Cockapoo recently ran through a fence, catching her leg and damaging the skin. I took her to the veterinary surgery and she...

Study reveals the true risks of anaesthesia

A new VetCompass study, led by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) and the University of Manchester, has revealed the true risks of anaesthesia, concluding...

The Firework Campaign Group fights on

We’re in the middle of the worst part of the year for animal lovers – fireworks season. With Bonfire Night, Diwali, Christmas and New...

“Help, our puppy trained us!”

Our puppy has trained us to give him treats for doing something we don’t want him to do! We have taught him to get...

Nosebleeds

My seven-year-old GSD, Rupert, has just had a nosebleed – his third in two days. Bizarrely, the blood only comes from his left nostril....

Dogs are the best therapy, says Artaban co-creator

Guest post: by Anne Jones, co-creator of Artaban The Musical I have just been through a very emotional time, as my husband Tony has had...

Bob Marley and the Oompa-Loompas calm fireworks fright

Strange as it may sound, Bob Marley and the Oompa-Loompas can help calm your dog and ease their fireworks fright! With most public fireworks displays...
guide dog

Blind rescue pup gets ‘guide dog’

Blind collie pup Paddy found himself at the RSPCA’s Halifax, Huddersfield, Bradford and District branch after his owners had a change of circumstances, and...
Golden retriever playing fetch

“Can I teach my dog to fetch?” 

Am I able to teach my dog how to fetch? She will happily race off after a tennis ball and pick it up, but...