Pamper Your Pet

Has your pooch been the paw-fect companion during the lockdown? Maybe it’s time to give something back! Our pets are our best friends and most treasured companions. Many of them have supported us hugely (and unknowingly) through the pandemic, so why not make them feel extra special by giving them some pampering at home? Sainsbury’s …

Grooming At Home

We are now well into our 9th week of lockdown and most of us have been driven to get the clippers out on ourselves – to which there have been a fair few successes, but also a lot of horror stories! With some groomers still closed or your usual groomer having such a long waiting …

Pet MOT

A guide to giving your pet a health check at home… We know how important it is to keep our pets happy and healthy, but how do you know if something is wrong? PDSA have put together some tips on how to do your very own Pet MOT at home. Remember to make your pet’s …

Canine Osteoarthritis

Canine Osteoarthritis by Matilda Wild – Lancashire Vet Physio BSc(Hons) Veterinary Physiotherapy This post contains an overview of canine osteoarthritis, a common yet often misunderstood disease thought to effect 4 out of 5 older dogs. It is common to hear that a dog is “just getting old”, “he’s just grumpy” or “doesn’t want to walk …

Pawsome Easter Treats

Dogs may not be able to eat chocolate but there’s no reason why they can’t enjoy some Easter treats with you this weekend! That’s why we have put a simple little recipe book together for you, so you don’t have to feel too guilty when you crack into that chocolate egg! Of course, everybody loves …

Crafty Canines

Let’s get crafty… Well, as you will have seen, the nation has gone crazy for toilet roll! It’s all complete madness and I can only imagine all the used tubes piled up in the recycling bin waiting for the family argument of who’s turn it is to take the bins out! Although now it’s the …

Find Your Paw-fect Match!

Finding the perfect pet breed for your lifestyle is just as im-paw-tant as finding the right partner or even choosing the right friends – if only there was a tool for that! Although, perhaps a little Facebook stalking of somebody is kind of the same as doing your research to ensure you pick the right …

A Day In The Life Of A Digs for Dogs Dog Walker

Through the eyes of Craig Morley, our very own Middleton Dog Walker. The winter months can be tough for dog walkers. The rain comes down sideways, the wind whistles across the open plains and come the New Year all that Christmas excess can make it that bit harder to hike up hill and down dale …

Ideas to Keep the Winter Blues at Bay

It’s been a long, cold winter already and with January feeling as though it lasted 131 days, I think we’re all feeling the winter blues a little. It’s important we make sure that our canine family are happy and healthy, both physically and mentally during the cold season as they play a big part in …

Dog in a field covered in snow

Canine Physiotherapy Case Studies

Veterinary Physiotherapy is essentially the same as human Physiotherapy – If you have a physical condition or injury, you may see a Physiotherapist to help you get back on track with treatments such as massage, stretching and electrotherapies, alongside prescribed exercise and home management plans. Dogs need this in the same way that humans do …

black dog receiving physio treatment
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