Best in Show for Crufts 2014 was awarded to Afterglow Maverick Sabre, better known as “Ricky”, a handsome Standard Poodle owned by his handler Jason Lynn together with John and Sandra Stone. This popular breed is instantly recognisable, with their elegant gait, proud, balanced physique, and often remarkable clips. Here is our introduction to this beautiful and intelligent breed.
Ultimate Dog Guide
Make grooming easy and chose the right tools for your dog’s coat. Below, Groomers have devised a basic guide to grooming needs for the UK’s five most popular dog breeds. Scroll down to see if your dog’s breed makes the top five…
Learn how to fix those annoying clipper problems with our simple troubleshooting guide, develop specifically with pet owners in mind. Simply scroll down to find your problem and solution!
Where do dogs come from? It is only natural to wonder how the domestic dog came into being, considering that they hold such an important part in our lives. The origin of our faithful fidos has always been a difficult question, however. The domestication of dogs occurred such a long time ago that it is difficult to determine their ancestors, especially when combined with selective breeding over tens of thousands of years.
While your older dog might be starting to show signs of age, exercise is still important, and can even help to improve and prolong their quality of life. You may need to tone down certain activities as they age, but there is still plenty of scope for bonding and fun.
When it comes to dog grooming, Poodles stand apart from all other breeds. To groom a Poodle is a challenge, but this breed also offers professional groomers with the opportunity to really test their creative and technical skills.
Canine depression is a very real problem that is often distressing for pet owners. Like humans, depression affects many dogs to a certain degree at some point in life. Sometimes certain dogs have a predisposition to depression, but dogs also grieve over loss or change.
Separation anxiety is a common concern for many dog owners. It is one of the most common canine behavioural problems, with over 50% of all dogs exhibiting symptoms of separation anxiety at some point over their lifetime.