Is my pet at risk from the Coronavirus?

We recognise that there are questions around animal transmission of Coronavirus Covid19. The World Organisation for Animal Health states that “The current spread of COVID19 is as a result of human to human transmission.  To date, there is no evidence that companion animals can spread the disease”. However, we should all be following the Government’s advice on Read More

Do I need to worm my indoor cat?

  Even if your cat doesn’t go outside, there’s still a chance it can ingest or inhale worm eggs from other members of the household that come and go. Microscopic worm eggs can lay dormant for months, and can be picked up through a number of different scenarios, which is one reason why it’s important Read More

Pet Anxiety Month – Discover how to help your pet’s stress.

March is the official Pet Anxiety Month The nationwide campaign from behaviour products Adaptil and Feliway, is in its second consecutive year. It aims to raise awareness of pet anxiety among pet owners and highlights what can be done to help anxious pets. Pets can suffer from anxiety, just like we do.  In the UK, Read More

Breed Spotlight: Meet the Labrador

Our breed spotlight series begins with the Labrador Retriever, recently voted the nation’s favourite dog breed. Originating from the coastal regions of Newfoundland, the Labrador Retriever was bred to be both a friendly companion and a working dog, helping fisherman retrieve nets and lost lines. Today, the breed is still as loyal and hardworking and 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! Cats and dogs are as susceptible to dental infections as we are and with adult dogs having Read More

Our guide to Indoor Cats

  There’s no definitive evidence as to whether it’s better to let your cat have freedom to go outside or to keep him or her confined indoors. However, there is a risk of depression, anxiety, lethargy and destructive behaviour if they do not adapt well to living solely indoors. You should always make sure your Read More

Dog friendly walks in the UK

January is officially Walk Your Dog Month, and to celebrate we’re sharing some of our favourite dog friendly walks in the UK.  These locations are sure to dust off post-Christmas blues and inspire you to get out and about with your dog. Haysden Country Park (Kent) Located to the west of Tonbridge, this scenic spot Read More

Supporting pets with Diabetes

Being told by your vet that your pet has diabetes can be very upsetting and worrying. Diabetes is a serious health condition and it’s only natural for owners to question whether they’ll able to correctly care for their pets at home following a diagnosis. The good news is, most pets with Diabetes can go on to Read More

Pet supplements for dogs and cats

If you’re anything like me (a cat owner of over 30 years) you may not have ever considered pet supplements for dogs and cats, it’s not something I was ever aware of. My cats became older and slower as they aged and I had avoided giving them pills of any kind if I could help Read More

Your guide to senior diets for dogs & cats

No-one likes to think of their pet as getting old or “senior” but actually, pets can be happy & healthy in their senior years for quite a long while when supported with the correct diet. The ageing process can have an effect on a lot of different areas of health and well being. Older animals Read More