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Six top tips on how to help your pet cope with New Year celebrations

As end of year parties get in to full swing, remember it can be a stressful time for pets. Strangers in the home, loud music and of course, the inevitable fireworks. Before any celebrations start, spend a few moments to help your pet cope. How to help your pets cope with New Year celebrations Walk Read More

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Does my pet have fleas? How do I check? What do I do next?

You probably already know that fleas are the most common visible parasite affecting cats and dogs but why do they keep coming back? Traditionally a problem in the spring/summer months, milder winters and central heating have now made fleas a year-round problem. We tell you all you need to know about these pesky pests, their life Read More

Obesity in cats – our guide to dealing with it.

Obesity is on the rise both in people and in pets! Research suggests up to half of all vet visits are now linked to pets being overweight or obese. If your cat is one of these, it can have a big impact on their health and well-being. While weight gain can be caused by certain Read More

Why chocolate is dangerous for pets

Many of us will be tucking into Easter eggs and other chocolate treats over the Easter weekend but you won’t be doing your pets any favours if you offer them some of the goodies. Chocolate can actually be very dangerous for pets, especially for dogs. Why chocolate is dangerous for pets The presence of theobromine Read More

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