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Posted on 10/08/2016
Moving house can be one of the most hectic times in your life. The days leading up to, and immediately after, your move can be stressful for everyone in the family including your dog.
Posted on 10/08/2016
Moving house can be one of the most hectic times in your life. The days leading up to, and immediately after, your move can be stressful for everyone in the family including your cat.
Posted on 08/08/2016
New data indicates that Alabama Rot, a serious disease affecting dogs, may be taking a foothold in the UK and that Lyme disease, a bacterial disease spread by ticks, is on the rise, too.
Posted on 21/06/2016
When it comes to weight gain, dogs aren’t too dissimilar from their human masters. Just like us, it’s easy for dogs to put on a few extra pounds if they consume too many calories and aren’t getting enough exercise, particularly as they get older.
Posted on 05/05/2016
To keep your pets safe during this time we have made a list of tips on preventing accidents and safeguarding your pet during the summer time.
Posted on 17/03/2016
Following the recent news that four separate suspected cases of dogs infected with the tick-borne disease Babesiosis have been identified in Essex, experts are warning of the increased risk from foreign ticks being brought over to the UK.
Posted on 22/02/2016
Dogs aren’t just pets; they’re family members. Losing a dog can be akin to losing a relative or loved one, so it is becoming increasingly common that owners are looking to take additional steps to prevent such losses.
Posted on 29/10/2015
We want to help you support your dog through the Firework season. Here are some of our top tips to keep your dog calm…
Posted on 26/10/2015
Cats are not thought to show sound sensitivities as dogs do, however they will be frightened by the loud bangs and flashes. We want to help you support your cat through the Firework season. Here are some of our top tips to keep your cat calm:
Posted on 15/10/2015
Halloween can be a fun time for children and families, but for your pet it can be a different story. Here are some recommendations to keep your pet safe: