Dog Care

Learning your dog’s body language

This is a wonderful poster to explain what your dog is trying to tell you. It is important to learn your dog’s body language – they cannot speak to you after all but they do indicate to you through their body language whether they are happy, friendly, relaxed, scared, nervous or angry. Photo Credit: Lili …

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Christmas is coming – foods that are poisonous and harmful to dogs

As Christmas approaches, please be aware of the many poisonous and harmful foods to dogs. Make sure food is locked away safely and not left out on surfaces and tables for your dog to eat during the festivities.  The last thing you want over the Christmas break is a trip to the vet! Some food …

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Scent game introductions

Its been a busy day at Ringwood Dogs today. Lots of different size dogs today in different tones of cream, caramels and chocolates! Here the dogs are introducing themselves through a scent game in the garden. Scent games involve scattering treats across the grass for the dogs to scent out. This game is very relaxing …

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Fleas and ticks prevention

This season has been particularly bad for fleas and ticks, particularly in forest areas.  There are many different options out there to protect your dog and indeed yourself from ticks. A few options are topical medicines, tick collars and oral medication to protect your dog from fleas and ticks.  All these need reapplying every 8 …

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