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Dogs; the perfect child's reading partner?

Nov 19, 2021

We all know the saying, that dogs are man’s best friend, but the latest research shows our canines may just be the perfect reading partner, and are able to support our children in their literary development. Research conducted in the US shows our trusty four-legged friends lending a paw again, and this time to those less confident or able children in schools! Scientific Nutritional Products tak...

Coping with Car Rides

Jun 14, 2021

Travelling in the car can be stressful for our canines, especially for puppies adapting to the process. With changing visual stimuli, potential motion sickness and confinement, the car can often not be our pet's favoured place to be! Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look at management of canine car travel in our latest blog...  It is important to try and associate cars and car journeys ...

Adopting a Rescue Dog

Nov 06, 2020

Are you are considering getting a dog from a local charity or rescue centre? There are many dogs here in the UK and abroad desperately seeking new homes and here at Scientific Nutritional Products we think, providing you can offer a suitable home, it is a fantastic thing to do! Often the cost of taking on a rescue dog is very little and if the canine comes to you from a regulated charity such a...

Spending Time with Your Dog this Spring time

Mar 19, 2020

Spring time brings us the opportunity to spend more time outside with our four-legged friends, enjoying the countryside and indulging in additional early evening walks with the extra daylight hours. So, with this extra time on our hands and with the addition of some sunshine - at least some of the time! - in our latest blog, Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look at ensuring your dog is ‘...

Teaching our children to be Aware of frightened canines

Oct 16, 2019

The British Psychological Society (BPS) has recently reported on a new study showcased at the society’s annual conference that shows that many children are unaware that they should show caution around frightened dogs. Lead researcher Dr Sarah Rose of Staffordshire University said: “This study explored whether children are unable to accurately recognise a dog’s emotions, when approaching one.” D...

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