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How Much Food Should I Feed My Cat?

This is a question that a lot of cat owners ask and it’s a difficult one to answer. It’s all too easy to get it wrong and overfeed your cat especially if they don’t have set mealtimes. There can be quite a few factors that are involved in how much a particular cat needs to Read More

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Looking After Your Rabbit- Rabbit Awareness Week

Rabbits are a very popular family pet, given that they can be kept indoors or outside, making them suitable for most living situations. Though they may seem Read More

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Are Flats Suitable Homes for Cats and Dogs?

Living in a flat without a garden does not have to mean that you can’t have a pet. If you take the correct steps to ensure that both you and your pet are safe and content, there is nothing to stop you from enjoying the benefits of pet ownership. Here are some tips on how Read More

Pyometra in dogs

Pyometra in dogs What is it? Pyometra is the name given to a potentially life-threatening infection of the uterus that can affect female dogs that haven’t been spayed.  It is most commonly seen in older female unspayed (entire) dogs, but can happen even in younger dogs. Pyometra only affects female dogs. What causes it? Each Read More

Symptoms of Osteoarthritis in Dogs

As many as 1 in 5 dogs are thought to develop osteoarthritis during their lifetime. This painful condition is unfortunately degenerative and is therefore likely to get worse over time. It is more common amongst older dogs but can also affect younger animals too. The symptoms of osteoarthritis are not always as obvious as you Read More

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