Cleaning Your Pet’s Eyes

How often you will need to spend time cleaning your pet’s eyes will largely depend on their breed. Some breeds are more likely to be affected by eye discharge, whereas this will only happen to other breeds if they become ill or contract an eye infection. Should I clean my dog’s eyes? As mentioned, many Read More

Common skin conditions in cats and dogs

Skin is the largest organ in the body and it’s important for your pet’s health. It regulates your pet’s temperature and provides a barrier against the environment. Common skin problems, such as infections, start to occur when there are disruptions to the skin barrier, allowing bacteria or yeasts to multiply and irritate the skin. There are Read More

Poisonous flowers for dogs

Spring has sprung, flowers have bloomed, you’re in the garden and on more walks with your dog. But, sometimes the beautiful flowers that we grow in our gardens or meet on our walks, can be quite toxic for our dogs. Start familiarising yourself with these potentially lethal flowers and plants to keep your dog out Read More

Help them adjust to being home alone

One of the most common behavioural issues owners report is that their dog becomes destructive or disruptive when left home alone. This can be frustrating and it’s easy to believe your pups being naughty, but these behaviours are actually signs of distress and separation anxiety. According to the PSDA Paws Report 2021 18% of dogs Read More

How to recognise anxiety in your dog

Our four-legged friends have a knack of knowing just when we need them, but we don’t always know when they need us. Unfortunately, anxiety in our pets may be as common as in humans and since dogs communicate primarily through body language it can be hard for us to recognise when they’re stressed. Many unwanted Read More

5 FAQ’s about active ingredients in flea treatments

Flea Treatment Ingredients There are so many flea treatments, but are they all the same? Why are some available over the counter or online, yet others require a prescription or pet registration? We answer some of the most frequently asked questions about active ingredients in flea treatments and explain how they protect your pet. What Read More

Top dental care tips for cats and dogs

                              Did you know that adult dogs have 42 teeth and adult cats have 30? That’s a lot of gnashers to keep clean! Making sure your pet has good dental hygiene is important as neglected teeth can cause gum related diseases later in life.   We take a look at the top dental care tips for Read More

Camping checklist for dogs

  Summer is here and camping holidays are set to be big this year, especially for dog owners.  Many campsites across the UK are dog-friendly, which, for some families makes camping their first choice, as no one gets left behind. Whether your dog is a seasoned camper, or you are planning your first adventure with Read More

Thundershirt and ADAPTIL

ADAPTIL and Thundershirt offers your dog 2 types of support. They work in different ways and compliment each other.  How does ADAPTIL Work? ? ADAPTIL is scientifically proven to help dogs reduce stress and increase relaxation. Reducing panting, trembling, restlessness and other stress-related behaviours, often seen with dogs that are worried.  ADAPTIL has over 25 Read More

How do you look after your dog’s teeth?

Just like us, dogs can get rotten teeth and gum problems if they are not regularly cleaned. But unfortunately pet dental hygiene is often overlooked. So how do you look after your dog’s teeth? We asked one of our leading partners, Virbac and their vet Dr Gemma Rutherford BVetMed MRCVS your frequently asked dental care questions. 1. Read More