Inside this issue we discover the importance of dog welfare in advertising, share the latest research on the effects of hydrotherapy, show how you can build your business through canicross, and find out how to become a canine massage therapist. We also look business insurance, meet the canine entrepreneurs and prepare to travel abroad.
Chew on this
Catch up on the latest news from the dog world.
Autoimmune disease research
The Royal Veterinary College calls for dogs with autoimmune diseases to take part in observational study to improve canine wellbeing.
Welfare. Lights. Camera. Action
Hattie Day, a commercial photographer specialising in photographing pets for advertising, shares her experience/thoughts on the importance of animal welfare when including dogs in advertising campaigns.
The biomechanical effects of hydrotherapy
A comparison of the dry and wet treadmill and its impact on stifle flexion during walk and at increased speeds in canines.
Building your business, the Canicross way
Emily Thomas, Co-Director of Canicross Coach, explains why you should consider offering Canicross coaching to your dog walking and training clients/business.
To share or not to share
If you’re a dog trainer, behaviourist, physiotherapist or any other type of animal pro who books clients to work with you on a 1:1 basis, you’ve probably wrangled with the question of whether or not to show your prices on your website.
Become a Clinical Canine Massage Therapist
Canine complementary therapies are a relatively new consideration as a career option & offer a different avenue to help our canine friends. We share how you become one.
Edition Dog Live
The UK show dedicated to dog health & wellbeing announces new professionals lounge and unique ticket package.
Are you Kew Ready?
Since February this year, Wakehurst, Kew's wild botanic garden in Sussex, will be opening its spectacular landscape to dogs.
No dog, owner or day is the same!
British Pet Insurance Services – part of the Petcover Group – explore different insurance scenarios, highlighting the need to have the right cover in place to suit and protect your business.
Meet the canine entrepreneurs
Dog First Aid Training, are in awe of their Franchisees who run not just one business but, in some cases, two or three!
Preparing to travel abroad
The latest information you need to know if you are considering taking your dog abroad over the summer.
Cocker Spaniels Illuminated
A new study from the Royal Veterinary College illuminates the most common disorders in English Cocker Spaniels in the UK, aiding owners to know what to expect if they get this breed.
All diseases begin in the gut
We catch up with Bella’s Apothecary to find out more.
Up close and personal with the ethos behind this brand.
Pet products to feel good about!
Norfolk Industries is a small, Norwich-based company with a big social conscience and a mission to make a difference.
The proof is in the Collar-Gen
Collar-Gen proves collagen is not just good for humans, but for dogs too.
TIME FOR YOU
Harnessing the power of your mind
Shabnah Ratnarajah explains more how you can harness the power of your mind to live an easier and happier life.
What urges us to travel? What do we gain from experiencing the world?
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