Heatstroke

Safety Guide

If dogs are too hot and are unable to reduce their body temperature by panting, they will develop heatstroke which can cause death. 

We've put together this handy little guide to download so you know the signs of heatstroke and what to do if you suspect your dog has heatstroke. 

Home Grooming Guide

This handy guide for humans will give you advice on grooming your dog at home, as well as some tips to ensure it’s an enjoyable experience. 

 

Brushing and combing your dog’s hair coat is an important part of general pet care. Brushing helps to keep your dog’s coat in good condition by removing loose hair and preventing hair mats/knots.

 

Brushing also helps to distribute healthy natural skin oils over the hair shaft, promoting a shiny coat and helping dirt to slide off the hair. This can also help to reduce the need to bath and therefore reduce the frequency of bathing.

Covid 19

Safety Guide

After suspending services for 6 weeks, we believe we are now in the position to reopen, safely, whilst confirming to social distancing measures. 

 

To ensure the safety of both staff and clients when reopening, we have put certain measures in place regarding appointments. 

This guide will explain these measures and we ask for you to please support us and comply with them.

Winter Safety Guide

This handy guide for humans will give you advice on how to keep your dog safe during winter, as well as some tips to keep them happy and healthy.

 

It may be cosy indoors, but your dog will need regular walks regardless of the weather. When out on walks it’s important to make sure your dog is wrapped up warm.

 

Use a reflective dog coat when you go out to keep them warm, especially if you have a fine-coated dog, such as a Greyhound or Staffie.

Canine First Aid Guide

This handy guide for humans will give you an understanding of canine first aid, as well as advice on what to do when your dog is unwell or injured.

 

If your pet is injured, it’s important for you to stay calm, so they know they are safe. Call your vet once you are both safe and explain what’s happened. They will advise you of the best course of action.

 

Make sure you keep your vets number on you you are out and about walking, just in case of an emergency. 

Puppy Training Guide

This handy guide for humans will give you advice on training your dog at home, as well as some tips to ensure it’s an enjoyable experience. 

 

From the very beginning they will need a single person who can be their teacher. Don’t shout when you call your puppy - they are sensitive to variations in your voice, and will understand different tones very well, such as short and sharp for commands, happy to congratulate them and severe for a reprimand.

 

Always use the same words for the same orders.

Resources

Human Articles

Check out our latest articles with advice on puppies, training, behaviour and wellness. 

Designed to simplify  information about our favourite people; our canines. 

Human Guides

Download our latest guides with advice on canine first aid and home grooming. 

Designed to  simplify the most important information about taking care of our canines.

Canine Welfare

Read  the latest information on the Animal Welfare Code and canine care. 

Designed to simplify the information around canine welfare and well being. 

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