Dog Behaviour and Training
Making sure your dog has an outlet for their natural behaviours is something you need to be aware of as a dog owner, but when was the last time you thought about this for yourself? Like dogs, we as humans need enrichment in our lives too. Find out how to enhance both you and your dog’s life with Purina and Canine Perspective.
Christmastime is an occasion for fun and merriment for all the family – including your dog! But unfortunately, there are lots of potential dangers and stressors during your dog at this time. If you want to make sure your dog’s happy and safe this Christmas, read our guide.
Get your dog used to spending some alone time without ruining furniture or crying help the minute you leave the house. Try these effective dog separation anxiety solutions.
The rivalry between cats and dogs is world renowned and many believe that the two species can't get along because they're just too different. Keep reading to discover the reasoning behind why they generally dislike each other and find out if it's possible for them to be friends with Purina.
Changes in your home like a separation or a family member moving out can be incredibly stressful for your dog. Where this is a difficult time for all involved, there are still things you can do to help make your dog's life much easier. Keep reading to discover our top ways to help your dog cope with changes at home.
There’s no need for your dog to stay at home if you’re going on holiday – in fact, your dog can make a great travel companion. With so many dog friendly hotels and holidays anywhere in the world, check out the basics of travelling with dogs and the world is your oyster.
Teaching and training your dog basic commands and cues is a fun and rewarding experience for both of you. It’s important to begin training your dog at an early age to get the foundations right before your puppy grows into an adult dog. Puppy training and teaching your dog is a great way to spend time together and can also be lots of fun!
Your dog is a delightful companion all year round, and they love to spend time with you whenever they can. Some dogs, though, aren’t as comfortable with unfamiliar sounds and groups of people as you are, so if your dog is scared of fireworks and loud noises, they might need some extra care during celebrations.