The most common dog behaviour problems and how to attempt to fix them At Time for Paws, we understand that nobody’s perfect, and the same goes for our beloved canine companions. Whether you’ve already got a dog, or you are considering getting one, it’s important that you have a good understanding of the most common […]
We stock a whole host of different dog toys that not only keep your pups busy for hours. But, these toys can also help with common dog behaviour issues such as boredom, chewing, separation anxiety, and destructive behaviours. In our latest blog post, we’re looking at some of our tops picks as we educate you […]
Next time you take your dog for a walk outdoors, keep an eye out for bird poop – it might just give your furry friend chlamydia. Whereas chlamydia in humans is sexually transmitted, dogs can catch it as a result of contact with dried bird poo and bird carcasses. Birds carry the chlamydia psittaci bacteria, […]
If you’re reading this article, it’s more than likely you suspect your beloved pet pooch is suffering from some form of anxiety. Read our guide to find out more about the different types of canine anxiety, signs to look out for and tips for managing it.
When it comes to chew toys for your four-pawed friends, there are a lot of great choices out on the market. So many in fact, it might be difficult to choose exactly which toy is best suited to your beloved dog. In this blog post, we’re detailing some of our top picks from our extensive […]
Taking your canine companion on a train journey may seem daunting. It’s a form of travel Fido may not be used to, so you’ll need to ease your dog in gently. The combination of lots of people, strange noises and a lack of space may be a challenge, but don’t let that put you off […]
How prehistoric dogs hunted – their hunting methods revealed If you’re a fur-parent to a majestic Great Dane or big fluffy Newfoundland, you might think you know all there is to know about large dogs. But, imagine a pup the size of a grizzly bear bounding through your living room; no, seriously. Scientists are sure […]
It’s hi-fives all around for furry paws, as 2019 sees a brand, spanking new government law coming into effect, introducing a ban on any pet shop puppy sale. The announcement of this law came bounding in at an extremely relevant time of year, with animal welfare minister David Rutley making the declaration in December 2018 […]
Whether it’s your dog’s birthday, the holidays, or Fido has been a really good boy at the vets, there’s always a good excuse to add a 50th soft toy to the growing collection that’s taking over your living room. Maybe it’s time to replace those smelly old toys with something less fragrant.
Dogs have never had it this good. From gourmet doggie treats to plush dog hotels, we are coddling and indulging our pups in higher numbers than ever before. Bearing in mind the upfront costs of buying a canine companion, visits to the vet, insurance, food, toys, bedding, and paying for a kennel while you’re on […]
Hydrotherapy is a great tool that dog owners can use to help their beloved pups manage different health issues or simply maintain a good lifestyle. While there is nothing cuter than watching a little dog paddle around a pool, the activity does come with plenty of benefits. The only negative is having to deal […]
Running, chasing and generally enjoying life as a carefree dog. Yep, life certainly has its perks as an outdoor pup. But do you ever wonder what all that running around on rough terrain is doing to your pal’s paws?
Ah, the pampered pup. From doggy diamantes and blow-dry’s to bad behaviour and puppy dog eyes, some canines live lives so pampered, it puts us to shame!
No dog owner will ever admit that their dog could possibly be ugly. To most, there is nothing more pure on this earth than man’s best friend. Yet, there is a whole world that revolves around ‘ugly dog breeds’, there is even a competition for it.
If you are trying to train, limit or encourage certain behaviours in your dog, different types of leads can come into play – and be very useful too. Some owners just have certain preferences – a six foot lead to keep Fido close at all times, for example. Some breeds tend to need a firmer […]