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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1 CommentWednesday, 24 October 2018  |  Kate

Chewing is great for dogs. It relieves boredom, stimulates their brains and strengthens the jaw. It also helps to keep teeth clean and freshens the breath. But what makes a good rawhide alternative dog treat?

5 CommentsWednesday, 24 October 2018  |  Kate
Neem - Natural Parasite Killer

Neem oil, will repel fleas, ticks, mites, lice and flies. You never have to apply conventional spot on treatments again.

4 CommentsWednesday, 24 October 2018  |  Kate
3 Steps To Keep Dog Paws Healthy In Winter

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

44 CommentsThursday, 27 September 2018  |  Kate
Harvest Mites: Causes & Treatments

As autumn approaches, a lot of dog owners might find that their pets are itching more than usual. This is commonly due to Harvest Mites which are particularly active during the seasonal change. Harvest Mites, in their six-legged larval stage, feed on warm blooded animals, swarming as an infestation.

16 CommentsSunday, 4 March 2018  |  Kate
Pedigree Dentaflex  Good food? I don't think so.

Pedigree Dentaflex dental treats are expensive, their strapline "see what good food can do" is misleading and their ingredients are terrible. Too much? I don't think so. Read on to find out why.

30 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.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017  |  Kate

The day my rescue dog, Nikita, came to live with me I spent the morning pacing around the house and nervously flicking channels on TV, waiting for her to turn up. I remember it was the 22nd July because Prince George was born that day and its all anyone was talking about.

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.

11 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.

1 CommentThursday, 17 January 2013  |  Kate
Tips on Adopting a Rescue Dog

Rescue dogs often need plenty of extra time and attention than other dogs while they get used to you and their new home. Rescue dogs can come from many different backgrounds and they might not have been treated well.

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