Is your dog itching and scratching? Are they off their food? Depressed? Or perhaps they've got mites, mange, or worms? Whatever the issue, we've got a range of articles to suit, in our Itchy Dog Blog!

My Itchy Dog's Blog

2 CommentsWednesday, 24 May 2017  |  Kate
Natural Dental Health for Dogs

By the time your dog reaches the age of 3 there's an 80% chance they will have gum disease and tooth decay. A dental at the vet can easily cost £600 but there are easy and really cheap ways to keep on top of your dog's dental health, without stressing you or the dog out

Monday, 24 April 2017  |  Kate

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate is just as much an emotive issue for pet owners as it is among parents. So I’ll get right off the fence with this one – I think vaccines are the 20th century’s gift to the world. However, when it comes to our dogs and cats in the UK we over-vaccinate our pets like no one else.

3 CommentsFriday, 17 March 2017  |  Kate

Over 80% of dog owners are guilty of dressing up their dogs in some form or another, even if it’s only a coat to protect against the cold, and this is leading to a rise in skin diseases among dogs.

1 CommentThursday, 17 November 2016  |  Kate
Armitage flea and tick products recalled after packaging mix-up

I'm not one for histrionics but this is a huge pet product recall from Armitage I thought you should all be aware of as the flea treatments involved can be fatal to cats. Please read the statement in this post and pass this information on to anyone you think may be using Armitage flea products on their cat.

4 CommentsFriday, 2 September 2016  |  Kate
How to spot a tick and remove it safely

Spring time is when ticks become more active as the climate gets warmer (supposedly). Ticks are widely known to be carriers of diseases such as Borreliosis and Lyme disease which affect humans and animals.

12 CommentsThursday, 1 September 2016  |  Kate
Babesiosis and your dog: Prevention, and treatment, of tick bites

Babesiosis is a new tick bourne disease which can be fatal to dogs very quickly. The best thing you can do is prevent your dog getting bitten in the first place. Here's how.

39 CommentsMonday, 1 August 2016  |  Kate
Golden Milk For Dogs- An Anti-inflammatory Powerhouse

Golden milk is a comforting, delicious drink with massive health benefits for your dog, and you. Use our recipe to relieve joint pain, stiffness, fight bacteria, improve skin condition, digestion and more.

39 CommentsThursday, 7 July 2016  |  Kate
Switching Your Dog on to Natural Flea and Worming

Here is our guide on how to switch over to natural flea and worm treatments. We’ll talk you through how to switch and suggest some of our own natural and healthy products that really work.

5 CommentsThursday, 3 March 2016  |  Kate
Understanding Pet Food Labels

Ever wondered what phrases like 'crude ash' and 'cereals' actually mean? If you don't know what you're reading, you don't know what exactly you're giving your dog. We've compiled some of the common confusing terms found on dog food labels so you can understand them and make sense of what you’re feeding your dog.

4 CommentsWednesday, 13 January 2016  |  Kate
3 Steps To Keep Your Dog’s Paws Healthy This Winter

Avoid an expensive vet visit this Winter to treat sore, itchy paws by following these three simple steps to keep them tip top.


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