Chewing is a perfectly natural behaviour for dogs – it’s instinctive and most dogs clearly enjoy it. Problems arise, however, when dogs chew things they shouldn’t. From a dog’s perspective it can be very hard to work out what they are and aren’t allowed to chew and this can be very frustrating for their owners. But the good news is that it is possible to understand why your dog is chewing and how to stop it.
The chilly season is here! Shorter days and longer nights mean more time indoors. This month Oakwood Amabassador, Arabella Forge shares with us tips on keeping your house clean and cosy this winter:
Winter can be dangerous for eldery and young pets. It is important to ensure you are taking special care of them in the colder months. This Month Dr Katrina Warren shares with us her tips on looking after your pet in winter!
Cooler temperatures and shorter daylight hours signal that winter is approaching. During the colder months it can difficult to give your dog as much outdoor exercise as usual. When it’s too dark or wet to head to the dog park, you can still keep your dog exercised and mentally stimulated with some creative indoor activities. This Month Dr Katrina Warren shares with us her four fun ways to keep your dog active indoors in Winter.
Do you know what dust mites are? A house dust mites are a type of mite that occur naturally in our home environment. They feed on dead skin flakes from our body, which we manage to ‘drop’ in bedding, carpets and soft furnishings throughout most homes.People’s reactions to dust mites are variable, but they are considered an allergen; their droppings are a common cause of asthma and allergic symptoms such as dermatitis or skin rash.The good news is that there are number of simple steps that you can take to reduce dust mite populations in your home.This month Oakwood Amabassador, Arabella Forge shares with us how to keep your home dustmite free this winter!
2015 is now in full swing. You may have made resolutions at the beginning of this year that relate to becoming healthier, spending more time with family and friends, or maintaining a fresh and tidy home. Chances are, this final resolution will have been the hardest to keep. This month Oakwood Amabassador, Arabella Forge shares with us her 5 steps for clearing clutter from your home!
Do you need some tips and tricks for grooming your pet? Regular grooming should be an essential part of your pet’s health care routine and also, grooming is a good opportunity to give your pet a good check over for fleas, signs of irritation or any lumps that may require veterinary care.This Month Dr Katrina Warren shares with us her tips and tricks for grooming your pet!
Would you like to re-decorate your home on a budget? This week Arabella is sharing with you 10 fun and thrifty ways to re-decorate and freshen your home for 2015!
We all know that regular exercise offers many health benefits to humans, but exercise has huge benefits for dogs of all ages too. Dr Katrina Warren talks about pet health and fitness this month, here are 8 reasons why daily exercise is great for your pooch.
Are you planning on travelling with your pet over this summer holiday period? Oakwood Pet Care Ambassador Dr Katrina Warren, shares with us her tips on travelling with pets!
Nothing is more fun than a family holiday when the four-legged friends are invited too but careful preparation is important to ensuring the whole family has a safe and healthy time. Get some more tips here: