How to clean your dog’s teeth

Do you need to brush your dog’s teeth? Absolutely! Just like humans, dogs need to have their teeth taken care of. Teeth are an important part of a dog’s health to maintain and yet 4 out of 5 dogs over the age of 3 have gum disease, which suggests that thorough dental care in dogs … Read more

How to convince your dog to go out in the rain

It’s starting to get colder and coats are now a daily requirement upon leaving the house. Soon we’ll need scarves and hats too, and it won’t be long before we’ll be arming ourselves with a torch for evening walks now that the clocks have gone back. We experience our fair share of rain here in … Read more

How to help your dog love dinner time

At, we know that every dog is different. Some dogs clear their dinner bowls within seconds whereas others are less excited by their food and would rather be playing, sleeping or waiting for treats instead. Just like humans, dogs can be fussy eaters too. We’ve put together a list of tips to help your … Read more

Meet: The German Shorthaired Pointer

Friendly, adventurous and fun loving, the German Shorthaired pointer jumps into every new situation with an infectious enthusiasm. This dog is loyal and loving toward his family, and enjoys the company of people and children. The German Shorthaired pointer was recognised by the American Kennel Club in 1930. Although the history of this breed is … Read more

Does your dog jump up to greet you?

Our office has recently welcomed a new addition to the team of office dogs: Miss Biggie Smalls. Adopted from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Biggie picked up some bad habits in her first home. Kat is trying to teach Miss Biggie to not jump up at people when greeting them or when trying to get … Read more

Meet: The Pomeranian

For this month’s breed post we have the small and lovable Pomeranian. Nicknamed ‘the little dog who thinks he can’, this dog may be compact but don’t be fooled, he has a huge personality and lust for life. The Pomeranian is the smallest member of the Spitz family, the largest being the German Spitz. Before … Read more

Feeding Time Behaviour

We all know how much dogs love their food, (depending on the breed even more so – Labradors, we’re looking at you!) The excitement levels when the dog food comes out of the cupboard are proof of this. Our friends at All Paws Pets, who specialise in dog training and behaviour, kindly shared some top … Read more

Why does my dog chew my shoes?

If you saw office dog Monty’s appearance on BBC Business News with our CEO James, then you may have detected his penchant for trouble. Monty recently chewed the heel of one of the team’s expensive shoes that she had left under her desk. Naturally, she wasn’t too pleased. Some dogs have the tendency to … Read more