How do I know my dog is in labour?
As exciting as new puppies are, helping your dog through labour can be nerve-racking for a first-time breeder. This quick guide will talk you through the stages of labour and the tell-tale signs to look out for, so you can be ready to go.
Breed Spotlight: French Mastiff
The French Mastiff, also known as the Dogue de Bordeaux, is a breed that belongs to the working group. Although their size and muscular build might be intimidating to some, the French Mastiff possesses a gentle and loving nature. Read on to learn more about French Mastiffs and see if it’s the right breed for you!
Mental Health First Aid Training at work: A guide for employers
Mental health first aid (MHFA) gives you the confidence to step in and the skills to make sure you can make a real difference. It is just as necessary as physical first aid training. Here’s why we as employers, need to invest in high-quality training.
Inside Paws HQ - April
We can’t quite believe we’ve finished another month here at Paws in Work and we’re already a quarter of the way through 2023. Find out what we got up to in April at the best job in the world.
How to get ready for Mental Health Awareness week
During Mental Health Awareness Week, individuals, companies, and organisations recognise the importance of mental health and discuss ways to improve mental health for everyone. What better time to consider how your organisation can support your teams and their wellbeing?
A guide to ethical dog breeding
Some occupations and hobbies seem to raise questions about our ethics. Nurses are generally seen as ethical, while lawyers and politicians are considered… less so. In recent years perceptions of dog breeding have shifted, largely because of a small number of unethical breeders. Being an ethical dog breeder shouldn’t be difficult. In fact, it isn’t. We will look at what you can do to ensure that your breeding plans tick all the right ethical boxes.
Staff wellbeing: 5 ways to improve employee productivity
Feeling (and being) productive is important for our staff’s wellbeing, so better productivity benefits employees and employers. But there’s a difference between maintaining high productivity levels and working your employees to the bone. Let’s look at how ethical, caring employers can improve employee productivity the right way.