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5 tips on avoiding ticks this autumn

Ticks can remain active all year round but are usually most active between Spring and October, so as summer turns to autumn, whether you’re regularly walking your dog, or out for a stroll we’ve got five top tips to help you avoid and deal with ticks. Tip 1 – Understand where ticks live Ticks are most Read More

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Ticks and Lyme disease – the facts

Ticks are out and about at this time of year, enjoying their holidays just like we are. But ticks aren’t out to have a good time like us, they’re looking for blood to feast on. Did you know they are carriers of diseases, such as Lyme disease, and that they can pass this onto your Read More

Why chocolate can be dangerous for dogs

Many of us will be tucking into Easter eggs and other chocolate treats over the Easter weekend but this is one treat you do not want to offer your dog. Chocolate can be very dangerous for dogs and if consumed in large amounts can be life threatening. However, the toxicity of chocolate depends on the dog’s 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

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