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Can you give an unwanted dog a loving home?

Jan 12, 2018

There are many unwanted dogs right at this moment gazing out of kennels hoping to attract each and every passer-by's attention in order to find a family and home of their own. So if you are considering getting a dog yourself why not re-home a dog from one of the many canine rescue centres? Often the cost of taking on a rescue dog is very little and many come already vaccinated, microchipped and...

Training your Dog to Walk on the Lead

Dec 07, 2017

Many non dog owners often think that dogs innately know how to walk on a lead but in actual fact this is something which needs to be taught to our four-legged friends. It is an important part of your canine’s training so whether you have a puppy or an older rescue dog this essential skill is a dog training must-have! The first step is to introduce your dog to a collar, harness and the lead by s...

Picking your Pooches’ Name

Nov 09, 2017

One of the most exciting things about picking up a new canine friend joining the family is choosing a name. Deciding on a name can be great fun, but not always easy so how do you pick? Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look in our latest fun blog! To be honest your canine’s name says as much about you as it does about your dog but if your pet is going to be a family dog it is essential t...

Leaving your Dog Whilst you go on Holiday - What are your options?

Jul 17, 2017

We love traveling with our dogs on UK holidays— but sometimes we know it’s just not possible if we are journeying further afield on your travels. So when your dog can’t accompany you on a trip what are your options? Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look… Kennels Boarding kennels are cover a whole variety of establishments, from basic boarding to the more luxurious. So how can you select...

Teaching your Dog Useful Tricks and Commands!

Jun 15, 2017

Teaching your canine friends a few tricks can provide fun for dog and owner alike and gives loving dog owners another mechanism to interact positively with their four-legged friends. Many tricks can also have a truly practical purpose, such as ensuring your dog sits still when required for their safety, at the vets or when tackling obstacles when out on walks! When you are training your dog to ...

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