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Watching out for Ticks and Fleas this Summer!

Aug 01, 2019

Summer; with it comes the lovely warm weather and longer, lighter evenings - but also plenty of creepy crawlies! Ticks and fleas are not only irritating and uncomfortable for our dogs, but are capable of transmitting some serious diseases and these parasites become more common when the weather warms up! Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look… The summer time is when you’re the most likely...

A Furry Problem: Coping with Coat-Shedding!

Apr 30, 2019

The Spring months are upon us and for many pet owners that brings with it the season of coat shedding, and our canine friends are common culprits of cloaking our homes in hair!  Dogs have three types of hair: primary, secondary and tactile hairs. Shedding sees the drop of the secondary hairs, which are soft and fluffy, often coating our furniture, carpet and clothing. Shedding is a natural mean...

Exercising the Senior Dog

Mar 26, 2019

As your canine friend ages, they will change, even if they are perfectly healthy for the age they have now reached. These changes in their bodies may mean your dog is not be able to run as fast, jump as high or have the stamina they had in earlier years. Therefore it is important for dog owners to understand their canine's limits and create an exercise routine which their dog will relish. Provi...

Oh my Dog, Stop Barking!

Feb 22, 2019

Dogs bark. It’s one of the ways they communicate. Many humans consider it to be annoying, loud and unnecessary but it is important to remember barking, along with whining, howling and growling, is a dog’s natural means of communication.  When your dog barks incessantly, for whatever reason it can be distressing, leaving us at best to be frustrated, and at worst; seriously concerned for our cani...

Why Do Dogs Jump Up?

Jan 25, 2019

It is a natural behaviour for our canines to jump up when they re saying hello to us or to new people. Why? Because we’re taller than they are! When dogs meet, they sniff each other’s faces. This means therefore they like to do the same thing when greeting us, so it’s perfectly natural for dogs to jump up to try to reach our faces and get our attention. However for many dog owners this is an un...

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