Dogs and puppies

Collie dog laying down

Dogs are one of our most popular pets in the UK and it’s not hard to understand why. Dog ownership brings unconditional love and loyalty into your home but it also brings a huge amount of commitment and responsibility. Dogs need daily exercise, somewhere sheltered to sleep, a balanced diet, regular veterinary care and training.

On these pages, you’ll find some basic advice about caring for your dog or puppy based on some of our most frequently asked questions. Find out more about vaccinations, flea and worming treatment, neutering, microchipping, dental care and nutrition.

Remember: There is no substitute for direct professional advice, so if you are concerned about your dog or puppy, please contact us.

Your ‘best friend’ is our priority.

Fun dog fact: A dog’s nose print is as unique as a human fingerprint.*

* Daily Mirror article July 2014 

 

Disclaimer: As far as possible we have taken all due care to ensure that the information and advice given here is  correct. It must however be realised that advice can differ in different circumstances. We can therefore accept no responsibility for errors and suggest seeking direct professional advice whenever there is any doubt.