Collars are important for identifying dogs, not to mention they’re a stylish accessory too! However, it’s important for your dog’s health and safety that it’s fitted properly. With our helpful guide, learn everything you need to know about collar safety.
Has your dog ever done something as strange as bark at their water or food bowl? They can often be curious animals, but equally as confusing! If your dog has ever barked at their bowl, check out this post to find out why.
Every dog mum or dad knows when their pup isn’t feeling their best and it can be a worrying time for all concerned. Simple steps like learning how to check a dog’s pulse, their respiration and temperature can help you assess their health.
Supplements are a great way to provide your dog with essential nutrients to take care of their everyday health so that they’re happy and healthy. But how do you know what’s best for your pup? Keep reading for our helpful guide.
Taking our dogs on walkies is one of the most fun things we do in our day-to-day life, but sometimes the weather can put a dampener on things. Continue reading to discover safe dog walking temperatures and measures you can take to keep them safe.
Your pup will most likely wear a collar at some point in their life since many dogs wear them every day. Dog parents use collars for safety reasons, especially if the unthinkable happens and your canine friend gets lost, because a collar can help to identify them. Plus, you can attach leads to them for walkies!
Many dog parents use a crate for their pup as a bed for safety and for house training. It can be a very effective way of housebreaking a dog. But how do you set up a crate for them? Read our helpful guide to discover what to put in a dog’s crate when first setting it up.
Dog licks are often a sign of love, but there’s a number of reasons why your dog licks you. Here’s what your pup could be trying to tell you.
Last week, Rachel Bean RVN, joined us at Yappy HQ! With a helping paw from her Fox Red Lab, we were given a crash-course on Canine First Aid. Here’s the key things we learnt!
A crate can be a great place for your dog to relax, sleep and feel safe, but this isn’t a blanket rule for every pup. To crate or not to crate? We’ve listed the pros & cons to help you decide.
We understand the importance of keeping your beloved dog safe at home, which is why we’ve listed some of the most common household dangers to look out for. Some may even surprise you!
If your dog has an accident or is injured, knowing what to do in this stressful situation can prove vital to their life, which is why being familiar with basic first aid is so important.
Ideal for walks and attaching your dog’s ID tag, there’s no denying that collars can be super useful for dog owners. But they can also be harmful if used wrongly.
Dog baths: they can be a splashing good time or a stressful experience! To make bath time easier and more enjoyable, we’ve listed our 5 top tips for keeping your canine clean and happy.
Does your dog have a dry nose? There can be many causes which affect your dog’s dry nose, let’s explore the common reasons why and the treatment options available.
A cosy dog blanket is a wonderful thing. Besides warmth, a blanket can provide your pup with a feeling of comfort and security. Whether your pup chooses to burrow under their blanket, wrap themselves up like a burrito or simply lay on top, here’s why all dogs can benefit from the extra layer.