The Animed Direct Top 10 Christmas Gifts

For most of us, our pets are a big part of the family and this often means they’ll be treated to a few presents. Here are our top 10 gifts for 2019: Inspiration for Dogs Woof & Brew Bottom Sniffer Dog Beer Cheers! Include your dog in the festive celebrations and pour them a bowl Read More

How to keep your cat & dog calm during fireworks

  Fireworks, whether on Bonfire Night, at a party, or on New Year’s Eve are fun for some, but they’re not always as much fun for our pets. Recent 2018 stat’s from the PDSA PAW Report show that 40% of UK dog owners and 34% of cat owners report that their pets are scared of Read More

How can you help your dog’s sensitive stomach?

Just like us, dogs can experience a stomach upset or become sensitive to a specific food or ingredients that make their digestive system work a little harder. Signs to look out for which may mean your dog has a sensitive stomach: Loose or runny stools Poor appetite Occasional vomiting Constipation Dull coat Digestive issues can Read More

Top dental care tips for cats and dogs

                              We all know the pain and discomfort felt when we have a sore tooth, imagine not being able to do anything about it or have it linger over the course of a few weeks or even months! Our cats and dogs are as susceptible to dental infections as we are and with adult dogs Read More

National Hairball Awareness Day: 10 Facts about hairballs

National Hairball Awareness Day is happening on Friday 26th April. It may not be a day to celebrate, but it’s an important reminder for all cat owners to learn a bit more about hairballs. So, to help shed some light on the messy piles of hair, we’ve put together 10 facts about hairballs.   Scientific 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