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Puppy insurance plays an important part in keeping your four legged friend fit and healthy and provides peace of mind should the unexpected happen. At Vetsure, we believe you should never have to compromise on your Puppy’s health.

There are many things you can do to keep your Puppy happy and healthy. Our network of trusted vets provide check-ups and preventative healthcare solutions (such as worming and flea treatments) to help ensure the health and happiness of your Puppy. They can also offer advice about nutrition, behaviour and many other aspects of pet care. In addition to the routine care you provide your furry friend, we have worked together with our network of vets to bring you a variety of information to assist you in taking care of your pet. We hope you will find these articles useful whether you are deciding on a name for your new pet, researching different breeds or just looking for helpful hints and tips.

Please browse our library of information below.

Pet Information: The French Bulldog

Posted on 13/10/2015

French Bulldog

Very intelligent and always ready for fun, the French Bulldog has an affectionate disposition.

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The Importance of Microchipping your Pet

Posted on 30/09/2015

Microchipping is a safe and simple procedure. The microchip itself is only the size of a grain of rice and on average costs between £10-£30. Microchipping takes just a few minutes but it lasts a lifetime.

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How to choose a name for your pet

Posted on 17/09/2015

name Tag - how to name your pet

Naming your pet is an important (and often a difficult) decision. We have come up with some ideas to get you thinking…

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Pet Information – The Corgi

Posted on 09/09/2015

In honour of the Queen, who, from this evening is the longest-reigning monarch in British history! We have dedicated our Breed of the Week to the Royal Corgi!

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The Importance of Pet Hydration.

Posted on 30/07/2015

A recent survey has revealed that 45 per cent of UK pet owners are not too sure on how much water to give their pets, and 70 per cent wouldn’t know how to tell if their pets were dehydrated.  The survey, which was conducted for a pet product company, also found 50 per cent of […]

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Pet Information – The Bloodhound

Posted on 02/07/2015

Picture of sleepy looking Bloodhound

Bloodhounds are gentle affectionate and mild mannered dogs known for their fantastic sense of smell. Their long ears are thought to prevent gusts of wind from scattering skin cells and weakening the strength of the scent they are following, and the wrinkles around their face are believed to act as a scent trap for stray […]

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Pet Information – The Whippet

Posted on 19/06/2015


Whippets are a fairly modern breed developed in Northern England, where crossing greyhounds with long legged terriers resulted in the perfect dog to hunt small game. The Whippet became popular with working men in Northern England when it was discovered they would chase rags as well as game and the sport of Whippet racing was […]

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Pet Information – the Bichon Frise

Posted on 10/04/2015

The Bichon Frise is a cheerful small breed, full of mischief and with a lot of love to give. They are an appealing breed with their looks enhanced by their perky disposition. The Bichon is a great family pet and are good with children and other pets, so long as they receive their fair share […]

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Pet Information – Hungarian Puli

Posted on 05/03/2015

Hungarian puli (plural pulik) are a small to medium breed used for herding in their native country. They are known for their coats which resemble dreadlocks and needs considerable maintenance to keep it clean and knot free. The usual coat colour is black, with white, grey or cream being less common. Pulik are an intelligent […]

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Pet Information- Border Terrier

Posted on 13/02/2015

The Border Terrier is a small dog with an alert gaze, a powerful desire to hunt and dig with typically high energy levels. On the whole they are very even tempered, friendly and have a good-natured personality. They originated in north-east England, near the border with Scotland, during the 18th century.  Borders Terriers were built to […]

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