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How to train a dog to sit

Teaching your dog to sit is a great place to start with your training. It can be a really valuable behaviour for them to learn. For example, teaching your dog to sit at kerbs can make crossing roads safer and asking your dog to sit when greeting people means they’re less likely to jump up. […]

Antifreeze and dogs

During cold snaps, antifreeze poisonings become increasingly common. These typically occur when ethylene glycol, one of the main ingredients in antifreeze, leaks from car radiators or screen wash containers. This chemical is extremely toxic to dogs and, to exacerbate the problem, it’s also very sweet so they like the taste. How much antifreeze will kill […]

Why do dogs Lick?

Dogs are born with the instinctive behaviour to lick Female dogs lick their puppies to clean and comfort them Licking can indicate a variety of things, such as affection, an irritation/wound or a way of gaining more information about another dog We sometimes associate dogs licking us as a kiss, one that - depending on [...]

Pancreatitis in dogs

Overview The pancreas is an organ in the abdomen (tummy) that sits close to the stomach. It produces special chemicals known as enzymes (types of proteins) which help digest food. The pancreas also releases important hormones (such as insulin) into the bloodstream. Pancreatitis occurs when the pancreas becomes very inflamed (tender and swollen) causing pain […]

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