October 24, 2020 1 min read
It's that time of the year again, less time to walk our dogs in the daylight and the necessary searching for poo in the dark.
For humans, the only benefit is an extra hour in bed, but what does it mean for our dogs?
Dogs thrive on routine; a happy dog is a dog with a set pattern. Have you ever noticed that they get stressed if you go past walkies time or one of their meals is late? Routine to dogs is the assurance that everything is ok.
The clocks going back can put this routine out of kilter for a couple of weeks until they get used to the new schedule.
If you get usually get up at 7 am, walk the dog and feed them by 8 am then the new schedule for your dog is getting up at 6 am and get their first meal by 7 am. Dogs' don't understand, and with a lot of dogs, this can cause problems that manifest themselves in the first week by:
September 21, 2020 1 min read
April 09, 2020 1 min read
Why chocolate is bad for dogs
Chocolate contains substances known as methylxanthines, specifically caffeine and theobromine which are toxic to dogs. Dogs take longer to break down theobromine and depending on your dog’s weight, even small amounts of chocolate can be dangerous.
The darker and bitter the chocolate, the more dangerous it is to dogs.
There are many types of chocolate and they all have different levels of theobromine in them.
October 29, 2019 1 min read
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