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!

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27 CommentsTuesday, 6 February 2018  |  Kate
5 reasons broth is so healthy for dogs

This is a rich, healthy broth you can make using chicken, lamb, beef or pork bones. The result is an unctuous, nutritious and incredibly cheap way of getting a lot of nutrition into your dog or cat in an easily digestible form.

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.

4 CommentsWednesday, 13 January 2016  |  Kate
3 Steps To Keep Your Dogís 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.

1 CommentWednesday, 7 January 2015  |  Kate
How to Reduce Moulting with Yumega Plus

Your dog's hair requires a constant supply of nutrients to remain anchored in the skin and reduce moulting. Nutrients that support healthy hair are the same as those that support healthy skin: vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids.

Thursday, 15 May 2014  |  Kate
Taking your dog on holiday

Taking the dog with you on holiday is a bit like taking a toddler Ė you need to plan ahead. Dogs have their own stuff, and you have no idea how much until you really sit down and think about what you need to take with you on holiday. All it needs, though, is a little forward planning to make sure you have a really great holiday with your dog.

Tuesday, 27 November 2012  |  Kate
How to Remove Dog Ticks (or cat, or human for that matter)

Iíve been asked to stock tick removers for dogs in the My Itchy Dog shop for a while now but wanted to make sure I got the best tick remover for the job. Well I got found the best a few months ago, itís called the OíTom Tick Twister and now it has a silicone grip itís even easier to use.