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This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

This Is A Custom Widget

This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

How to Stop Dogs Going Mad at the Door…

How to Stop Dogs Going Mad at the Door... Dudley doesn't bark all too often but I know it would drive me nuts if my dogs kicked off every time a visitor called to the door. Anyone else have that problem? A simple cure, should you want to calm it down a bit, is to set them up and reward the dogs when a visitor arrives. Get a friend ready [...]

On Behalf of the West, I Apologise!

Eastern and Western Nutritional Philosophies Eastern and Western cultures have, on the face of it, quite unique ways of looking at food and nutrition as a whole. However, we both agree on many things: We both agree that proper nutrition is essential for achieving optimal health We both agree individual foods have certain functions and these can be exploited in times of illness to restore health We agree where the [...]

New Poll – Have you or your dog taken anti-inflammatories recently?

New Poll - Have you or Your dog Taken Anti-Inflammatories Recently? Anti-inflammatory and drug use as a whole is rocketing in pets. To prove this I've got a double poll for you today guys. If you aren't sure what those tablets or that injection was your vet gave you, you can always check your receipts, any paperwork they might have given you or simply call them and ask them! Any and [...]

By |July 26th, 2017|Health, Poll|

What does “Scientifically Proven”mean?

What Does Scientifically Proven Mean? So, we had quite a heated debate last week on our Facebook page. Debate might be the wrong word mind. It was more of an argument. A scientific debate is where two scientists debate a topic, such as the importance of fresh ingredients or the dangers of a product etc, using peer reviewed, independent studies as a basis for their points. Simply saying a product [...]

Why is This dry Food Label so Hilarious?!

Why is This Dry Dog Food Label so Hilarious?! A great pic was doing the rounds the other day. It was held up as an example of how manufacturers will try and jam as many cool buzz words on to their dry food product as possible, bamboozling the owner into believing this might actually be as good as a fresh food diet. It reminded me of a pic that did [...]

Why a 50% Carbohydrate Diet Gives Dogs Cancer

Why a 50% Carbohydrate Diet Gives Dogs Cancer The piece below is taken from my forthcoming book. Please share with any vet recommending a high carbohydrate diet for a dog, and ask them for their opinion. "Studies using dogs provide an ideal solution to filling the gap in animal models of natural disease and translational medicine (Rowell et al. 2011). Cancers such as bone cancer, lymphoma and bladder cancer are [...]

By |July 12th, 2017|Health|

So You’re Getting a Pup Part 4 – Basics of Dog Training

So You're Getting a Pup Part 4 - Basics of Dog Training So your pup is now in your home 2-3 weeks. He's settling in well. He loves bed time. He loves his tasty raw puppy diet. His toilet training should now be well under control. If not know that almost everyone else's is so you need to re-address it! He's loving his meaty bones and should be chewing them [...]

So You’re Getting a Pup, Part 3 – Socialising Your Puppy Versus Puppy Vaccinations

Socialising Your Puppy to Experiences Outside the Home is Crucial but Care Must be Taken... At this stage your pup has been with you a couple of weeks. So far you have crate trained him, so much so that he is no doubt wandering in and out of it regularly for snoozes. There is no barking at nighttime and he is holding his wee overnight. You have been toilet training [...]

So You’re Getting a Pup, Part 2 – The First Two Weeks

New Pup Part two - Toilet Training, Establishing Their Name as well as the Come and Wait Commands... In New Pup Part 1 of this "new pup" series, we taught you the vital basics of what to do before your pup comes along, including what they will need to eat, where they will sleep and how to settle them down for the first couple of unsettled nights. Now that a few [...]

Results of the Canna-Pet Trial

Results from the Canna-Pet CBD Trial... You may remember I got on to the company making Canna-Pet CBD oil for pets some time ago. I proposed to them that I would put 6 dogs with various health conditions which might benefit from CBD (Cannabidiol) oil supplementation (largely skin and joint inflammation). They agreed and sent out a fantastic box of items to each of the candidates. Of the six candidates, we [...]

By |June 20th, 2017|Health|
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