Looking After your Dog’s Coat in each Season

4th January 2018

Regular caring for dog. Young man brushing his yellow labrador retriever.

Once your puppy has become a fully-grown dog (with added dog breath), it’s likely that you’ll know a lot more about their temperament, their routine, and their likes and dislikes. You may also know all about their health, and be clued up on any allergies or underlying issues they might have, which could be an individual issue, or an issue connected to their breed. Continue reading

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New Fish Skin Treats

2nd January 2018

fishtreats1Here at Simpsons Premium, we encourage all owners to feed their dogs a varied and balanced diet, so that they can keep healthy and strong the whole year round. We are delighted to introduce our brand new Fish Skin Treats range, that will make a welcome change to the current treats you’re feeding them, and might even become your dog’s new favourite.

Below we’ve listed all five flavours, along with the best time of day for you to use them. These will be particularly handy for dogs or puppies currently in training, as you can use them as a delicious reward for when they’ve been a good girl or boy.

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How to Help Outdoor Cats During Winter

22nd December 2017

Cat sitting on a wooden fenceCats feel the cold just as much as we do, so it’s important to keep your outdoor furry friend safe and warm during the winter season. If your cat can’t be tempted by the comforting warmth of your house, here’s a few tips to make sure they’re looked after outdoors.

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How to Keep Your Dog Warm During Winter

22nd December 2017

Dog in the SnowThe hours of sunlight are getting shorter and the temperature is dropping and we’re all starting to feel the cold, including our dogs! We’ve pulled together our top tips on how to keep your dog warm during the winter months. Continue reading

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How to Keep Your Dog Calm and Safe on Bonfire Night

3rd November 2017

FireworksAs much as we love the thrill of an exciting firework show on and around Bonfire Night, it’s a highly stressful and frightening time of the year for dogs. Pets and loud, sudden noises and movements do not go well together. According to the Blue Cross, this is a common time of the year for stray pets being brought it, having run away from home in fear. Even if you choose not to put on a firework show in your garden, you can’t control the surroundings, so it is likely that your pet will be exposed to fireworks at some point. Below we have shared some tips on how to keep your dog calm and safe on firework night.

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How to stop your dog barking at Trick or Treaters

31st October 2017

red dog sitting in a witches hat

A common problem with younger dogs, or even those who are just settling into a new house, is their reaction to people knocking on the door. This can range between wild barking, yelping or even biting when your dog gets far too excited. Of course, this is particularly relevant around Halloween when you have a lot of Trick or Treaters out and about!

To prepare your pooch for an abundance of doorbell ringing and door knocking, have a read of our brief guide outlining how you can keep them calm during Halloween.

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Games to stop your dog getting bored

15th September 2017

dog playingPart and parcel of owning a dog is not only exercising them regularly, but also keeping them mentally stimulated too. The best way to do this is to play games with them that will keep them from getting bored and ultimately, getting into mischief.

Below is a few of our favourite, inexpensive games that will be fun for both you and your dog.

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How to Keep your Dog Cool in Summer

31st July 2017

BU88R8BA4HAt the height of summer, you’re likely to be opening windows or making sure your air conditioning is on full blast. But what about you’re furry friend? Especially for dogs with thick coats, summer can be a difficult time where many breeds can struggle to cool down during a heatwave. That means you need to do everything you can to keep them cool.

Below we’ve listed some of the best ways to keep your pooch cool and some definite no-no’s when it comes to leaving them unattended in soaring temperatures.

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Advice for Driving with your Pet

20th March 2017

Driving with pets

An important aspect of pet ownership is the ability to keep them safe. This can be making sure your home is a safe place for them to be, as well as ensuring they are equally as safe when out on a walk or in public. Either way, it is your responsibility as owner to ensure a cat or dog does not get in harm’s way.
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10 Tips for Making Your Dog Obedient

15th March 2017

Whether you have just got a new puppy or have adopted an older dog you would like to train, it can be a challenging prospect. A lot of time and patience goes into training a dog of any age, and depending on their temperament and your dedication to training them, it can seem easy or be very difficult at times.

Making your dog obedient

To give you a helping hand, we’ve put together our top 10 tips to making your dog more obedient, which should make you think about your approach to training your dog. It might be that you’re new to training, or have started out but just need a little advice before carrying on. After all, some dogs can be challenging when it comes to obedience, so the more advice the better, especially if you want to get your dog obeying every command sooner rather than later.
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