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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 ‘...

DIY Boredom Busters for Dogs

Feb 17, 2020

An active, well-occupied dog is usually a happier one and our canine friends love having fun! To most dogs, toys are a great way to enjoy play time to the full but many can really churn through the toys, either by destroying them; whoops (!), or the smarter dogs working out how to problem solve and then tiring of the toy. If you are out at work all day or you have a dog that could do with some ...

Coping with Adolescent Dogs

Feb 03, 2020

Your cute little bundle of puppy joy has grown and though still a young dog your puppy has reached adolescence. ‘Teenagehood’ in dogs may not technically exist but many dog owners would report this age and phase of a dog’s life can certainly be somewhat similar to coping with a wayward teen! In our latest blog Scientific Nutritional Products looks at the mechanisms for coping with and boosting ...

Money Saving Advice for Dog Owners

Nov 11, 2019

Purchasing or adopting a new puppy or older canine is often quite simply love at first sight.  So once you’ve fallen hook, line and sinker for your new canine friend as well as taking them home to meet the family it is vital to embrace the full commitment to the animal which will last their lifetime. Dogs can live for up to around 15 years old and sometimes even older. As well as ensuring you h...

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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