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How to calm an anxious dog and spot dog anxiety symptoms
Puppy welfare
September 12, 2023

How to calm an anxious dog and spot dog anxiety symptoms

Unfortunately, even the most well-looked-after and enthusiastic dog can become stressed or anxious. As loving owners, it’s our job to recognise the signs of anxiety in our dogs. Here’s what you need to know and how to help your dog through their anxiety.

Inside Paws HQ - July & August
News
September 05, 2023

Inside Paws HQ - July/August

If you're curious about what happens behind the scenes in the coolest job ever, you're in for a treat. Read on to get the inside scoop on what our team has been up to in July & August.

How to cope with pet loss
Puppy welfare
August 28, 2023

How to cope with pet loss

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day (August 28th) was founded as an opportunity to remember the pets we’ve lost and join others worldwide in processing our grief. Let's look at how pet loss can affect us and how to deal with those feelings.

Breed Spotlight: Standard Poodles
Puppy welfare
August 22, 2023

Breed Spotlight: Standard Poodles

Standard Poodles (commonly known as poodles) are one of the most distinctive-looking dog breeds, often seen at Crufts with unique grooming and somewhat regal appearance. If you are thinking of welcoming a Standard Poodle to your family, read on to find out if this intelligent and loving breed is right for you.

Can we bring more than one litter to our events?
Puppy welfare
August 18, 2023

Can we bring more than one litter to our events?

One of the questions we get asked a lot at our puppy therapy events is ‘Are they all siblings?’. The majority of the time, we will answer yes. However, there are very rare occasions in which we can mix and socialise two litters at our puppy therapy events. Let's look at some considerations when working with multiple litters and why a breeder may breed more than one litter at a time.

How a dog can improve your mental wellbeing
Mental health
August 15, 2023

How a dog can improve your mental wellbeing

There’s no such thing as too much mental health and wellbeing. There's always room for improvement, whether you’re currently facing difficulties or coming from a great starting position. Pets can make a big difference in your emotional state. They can be companions, encourage healthy habits, and help you deal with difficult situations. Dogs are especially good for our wellbeing. Let’s look at why.

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