Cushing’s syndrome causes the hormone cortisol to be produced in excessive amounts inside your dog’s body. Cortisol is usually a good hormone which can help fight infections, maintain blood sugar levels and contributes to keeping your dog calm. However, cortisol in excessive or low amounts can be dangerous or deadly.
If you have dogs and they run around in woodland, parks or even in a yard there is a very good chance that you will need a flea treatment for your dogs at some point. Fleas are really unpleasant critters, not only are their bites itchy, but they have been known to spread many diseases […]
Contrary to the name given to this skin condition, Ringworm doesn’t actually have anything to do with worms of any kind. Ringworm in dogs, cats, other animals and people is a fungal infection that essentially feeds on dead skin and hair.
Once you’ve gotten rid of the fleas on your pet, the next step is to kill the fleas in your home, and continue to treat your home so that you don’t experience a re-infestation and have to start the process all over again. Treat your pet first The very first step you have to take […]
Your dog may whine for many different reasons. They may want something, be scared, in pain, frustrated or just upset.
These tips will help you decode your dogs whining and give you some peace
Your dog is an affectionate little creature and sometimes their affection for you can result in a disorder known as separation anxiety.
You can read our advice on how to recognise and address this behaviour here