Walking An Anxious Dachshund

Walking An Anxious Dachshund When you have a reactive dog the danger of people, children or other dogs approaching is always a worry. So, under the present regulations, it's actually less stressful to walk my anxious Dachshund. Darcy is enjoying his walks much more and not consumed with stress about keeping me safe. There are... Continue Reading →

Bach Rescue Remedy For Anxious Pets

Bach Rescue Remedy For Anxious Pets I have personally used Rescue Remedy for anxious pets for many years. With the fireworks season approaching, I thought it would be good to share my experiences and hopefully help others. The original remedy used by people to relieve stress has been available now for seventy years. The best... Continue Reading →

Travelling With An Anxious Dog

Travelling With An Anxious Dog We just got back from taking the dogs on holiday and I wanted to share some photos and tips which I found handy. Travelling with an anxious dog is never easy, but Darcy is a rescue dog who suffers terribly when his routine is disrupted. He has been here for... Continue Reading →

Fireworks Anxiety in Dogs

Fireworks Anxiety in Dogs It's almost Fireworks season and for some dog owners, it can be a very worrying time. I have seen perfectly normal dogs reduced to quivering wrecks at this time of year and it is so upsetting for dog owners to see their pet in this emotional state. I hope this post... Continue Reading →

Dog Massage (10 Incredible Benefits)

Dog Massage 10 Incredible Benefits Dogs suffer from muscle stiffness and soreness just like humans do. As a dog gets older general aches and pains increase and they can suffer lethargy and fatigue. However,  unlike us, they can't verbally communicate where the pain is coming from. By giving our dogs a regular all over body... Continue Reading →

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