Yes, separation anxiety is a thing for dogs too. Vet Nurse Morag Sutherland gives us potential solutions to aid a more comfortable return to work.
Territory issues are one of the most common problems faced by feline guardians. Discover why a cat’s territory is so important and how it is linked to aggression and spraying.
With a soar in the demand for puppies, and the humans being in the house 24/7, we need to make sure our dogs can cope as we ease out of lockdown.
An experienced vet nurse and dog behaviourist questions who has governance over dog trainers and hails the arrival of the UK Dog Behaviour & Training Charter
Ralph started to withdraw into himself during lock-down. Getting some advice from someone who understands dog behaviour was all it took to get him happy again.
A dramatic insight into canine behaviour and the discovery of integrated veterinary medicine It was my fault....... I’d left them alone when we'd always had a feeling that Basil, our rescue collie cross, was overly wary of our two year old son. Basil came flying...
How A Natural Response To Fear Can Worsen To Become A Severe Problem By Julie Moss BSc. Hons, AdvCertVPhys, Dip.APhys. This blog examines how an unnatural fear response to fireworks occurs. Ways you can help your pet overcome these problems are to be found here. What...
As a vet nurse of some 30 years, the recent Vet Nurse Awareness Month caused me to reflect on how my career as a Registered Veterinary Nurse has evolved.
If your initial response is an immediate “no” then keep reading because I may change your mind! When I mention canine physiotherapy to people I often see their eyes glaze over, or a look of confusion appear on their face. I mean how on earth do you get a dog to do...