At this time of year it can be quite stressful for dog owners, due to fireworks. The situation in some ways shows signs of improving and in other ways it seems to be getting worse. Our own dog Archie is very noise sensitive so we have plenty of experience in trying to help him through
Category: Dog Health
The Papilloma Virus can effect many different species. It’s usually found in mammals but examples have also been seen in birds, snakes & fish. Each type of papilloma virus is confined to an individual type of species. Therefore whilst the papilloma virus can be transferred between dogs, it cannot be transferred to humans and vice-versa.
In this article I want to discuss a condition known as Border Collie Collapse. It’s also sometimes referred to as Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC). Ewelina and I feel our own Border Collie Archie probably has this condition. We have yet to visit a vet to have it diagnosed but from the symptoms and our research
When you first become a dog owner you need to think about which local vet to use. Other local dog owners who have lived locally are always a good source of information. Failing that most of us are likely to turn to Google and check out the reviews. Archie our Border Collie is actually registered
We have been raw feeding Archie our Border Collie for a few months now. There are a number of claimed benefits to raw feeding dogs and I would like to discuss these as well as some things you might want to consider before taking the plunge and doing it for your dog(s). First though I
What with the recent high summer temperatures thoughts turn to keeping dogs cool. The aim of this article is to highlight some of the things to consider for the health of your dog. Keeping Dogs Cool on Walks Currently temperatures are consistently over 30 degrees celsius. In such weather there are a number of things