Ask Paws: Who do I need to speak to about a neighbours dog fouling…


…in my garden and in our street?

A local reader recently contacted us because she felt like she was going round in circles looking for a solution to this . . . → Read More: Ask Paws: Who do I need to speak to about a neighbours dog fouling…

The birds and the…

…cats!


Cats catch birds. Fact. Bird lovers get upset about it. Fact. However, when someone gets so upset about it he starts writing letters to local cat owners demanding they keep their cats under control, have things gone a . . . → Read More: The birds and the…

The African wildcat in our living rooms

According to current scientific understanding, the domestic cat probably evolved from the African or Middle Eastern Wildcat, which can still be found roaming the deserts of Israel, Saudi Arabia, and other Middle Eastern countries today. . . . → Read More: The African wildcat in our living rooms

Maybe you’re not the only one that is stressed out…

We live in a world where everything must be done now and no one ever takes the time to switch off. Our work is all-consuming and many of us also spend long . . . → Read More: Maybe you’re not the only one that is stressed out…

Why are so many dogs ‘reactive’ – survey results

Many thanks to all of you who took part in our recent poll about reactive dogs, the results of which were very interesting. The majority of those who voted . . . → Read More: Why are so many dogs ‘reactive’ – survey results

Why are so many dogs ‘reactive’ to other dogs?

I saw a tweet recently from someone claiming that the number of dogs whose owners describe them as ‘dog-reactive’ or even dog aggressive now seem to be almost the same as the number who . . . → Read More: Why are so many dogs ‘reactive’ to other dogs?