If you have noticed a change in your dog’s behaviour and you’re not sure why first and foremost you should take them to get checked out by your vet so you can rule out any injuries or illness, this is particularly important if the abnormal behaviour has become apparent suddenly.
Thinking of going on a trip and can’t bear the thought of leaving your furry companion at home? Well not to worry, there are plenty of hotels out there that can accommodate you and your four-legged friend.
The most common dog behaviour problems and how to attempt to fix them At Time for Paws, we understand that nobody’s perfect, and the same goes for our beloved canine companions. Whether you’ve already got a dog, or you are considering getting one, it’s important that you have a good understanding of the most common […]
We stock a whole host of different dog toys that not only keep your pups busy for hours. But, these toys can also help with common dog behaviour issues such as boredom, chewing, separation anxiety, and destructive behaviours. In our latest blog post, we’re looking at some of our tops picks as we educate you […]
Next time you take your dog for a walk outdoors, keep an eye out for bird poop – it might just give your furry friend chlamydia. Whereas chlamydia in humans is sexually transmitted, dogs can catch it as a result of contact with dried bird poo and bird carcasses. Birds carry the chlamydia psittaci bacteria, […]
If you’re reading this article, it’s more than likely you suspect your beloved pet pooch is suffering from some form of anxiety. Read our guide to find out more about the different types of canine anxiety, signs to look out for and tips for managing it.