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How to break a dog’s separation anxiety

Posted on 17th July 2017 by adtrak.admin

If a familiar scenario for you is coming home to chewed up items, loud barking throughout the time of your absence and a whirlwind of excitement after returning from a day at work, your dog could be suffering from separation anxiety. In nature, dogs being separated from their pack is... Continue reading →

How to Live with Pet Allergies

Posted on 28th April 2017 by Green Lane Farm Team

Pets of all shapes and sizes bring joy to our lives, but for some having a furry companion around the house is an absolute nightmare. For example, according to a National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) study in the US, almost half of participants tested positive for at... Continue reading →

Foods Harmful to Dogs

Posted on 13th October 2016 by Green Lane Farm Team

When caring for your dog, it’s just as important to understand which foods are harmful to them as much as it is knowing which foods they should be eating. In this infographic we advise you on which human foods are unsafe for your pet pooch to consume so you can... Continue reading →

Healthy Foods for Dogs

Posted on 13th June 2016 by Green Lane Farm Team

In these health-conscious times, more and more of us are choosing to lead healthier lifestyles by changing the way we eat. This is not just exclusive to us, but should also apply to our pets so they can lead long and active lives. Here, we will provide you with a... Continue reading →

Kennel Cough – Causes, Symptoms, Prevention & Treatment

Posted on 4th April 2016 by Green Lane Farm Team

One of your main duties as a dog owner is to be able to recognise the symptoms of the most common illnesses so you know when professional veterinary help is required. As such, this article will look into one of the most common illnesses to affect dogs: kennel cough. Here,... Continue reading →

How Pets Can Benefit Child Development

Posted on 29th January 2016 by Green Lane Farm Team

No matter the size, shape or breed of animal, a pet can be a wonderful addition to any family unit. While it’s common knowledge that family pets can provide unwavering companionship and entertainment, many are unaware of how they can also aid child development. In actual fact, children can benefit... Continue reading →

5 Cute Christmas Jumpers For Dogs

Posted on 23rd December 2015 by Green Lane Farm Team

As the festive season is now upon us and the big day is fast approaching, why not include your beloved dog in your cracking Christmas celebrations this year? Wearing festive themed jumpers in the lead up to Christmas has become a popular tradition in recent years, so there no better... Continue reading →

The Health Benefits of Pets

Posted on 23rd November 2015 by Green Lane Farm Team

While there always seems to be a new health fad we are told to follow, what many people don’t realise is that they may already hold the secret to a healthy lifestyle. Studies have shown that there are a host of health benefits associated with owning a pet, so this... Continue reading →

Microchip your Dog for Free

Posted on 30th October 2015 by Green Lane Farm Team

Whether you have purchased a new dog or you are moving house with your precious pooch in tow, it may take your pet a while to become familiar with its new surroundings. With this in mind, it’s important to have all the necessary precautions in place should your dog go... Continue reading →

Dog Toys You Can Make Yourself

Posted on 29th September 2015 by Green Lane Farm Team

While you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, it seems as though there’s always a new toy or accessory available on the market for your prized pup to enjoy. Although it’s good to keep your dog active and entertained, regularly replacing dog-eared toys with brand new ones can become... Continue reading →