The Dangers of Grass Seed for Your Dog

Grass may seem fairly harmless but it can sometimes be dangerous for your dog, especially in the summer months. If you are planning to walk your dog where there is a lot of long grass, make sure you keep an eye out for grass seeds.  The seeds can be extremely painful and cause a lot of Read More

Top 10 tips on keeping pets cool this summer

When the British summer finally arrives, just think of our furry friends and how hard it must be for them to cope with the extreme heat, especially now when weather changes by more than 10 degrees overnight! There’s no time for our pets to acclimatise gradually to temperature changes any more. We’ve put together our Read More

Flea and Tick prevention for Puppies and Kittens

Welcoming a new puppy or kitten into your home is an exciting time, but, if you’ve never been a pet owner before, knowing when you should start preventative care such as flea and tick protection can be confusing. Understanding Fleas & Ticks It’s all down to understanding where fleas live, how fleas breed and how Read More

Why puppies and kittens need specific diets

Just like us, the early years of a pet’s life are some of their most important. Their bones and muscles are growing and their body is getting ready for big wide world. When you’re at your vets, getting their initial checks, inoculations and micro-chipping, they’ll probably recommend feeding your new family addition dedicated puppy or Read More

Skin care for irritated and sensitive skin

By understanding the role of skin and how it can be irritated, owners are more likely to be able to spot the signs when pets are having problems with theirs. Skin – the basics Skin regulates your pet’s temperature and provides a barrier against the environment, it’s also the largest organ of the body. It Read More

Our guide to skin care during skin infection

This blog tells you more about your pet’s skin and how you can help care for it during times of skin infection. What is the skin? Skin is the largest organ of the body. It regulates your pet’s temperature and provides a barrier against the environment. It is made up of different layers, structures and Read More

Grooming tips for cats and dogs

We all know that lustrous locks need care and attention. A well-groomed pet not only looks presentable, it also helps to keep them healthy. However, it can be difficult to know where to start, and what type of grooming to prioritise, so we’ve put together some tips for grooming your furry friend! How often should Read More

Fun Indoor Games for Dogs

If you are self-isolating or social distancing because of Covid-19 you may have had to cut back on your dog’s daily walks. But there are plenty of entertaining indoor games to make sure that exercise is still on the agenda. Hide and Seek Even your dog can join in this game! While your dog is Read More

How can I keep my pet’s skin Healthy?

What is the skin? The skin is the largest organ of the body. It regulates your pet’s temperature and provides a barrier against the environment. It is made up of different layers, structures and microorganisms and it is important to keep all of these balanced to minimise the risk of skin disease developing. The skin – 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