Monthly Archives: May 2015

  1. Taking Care of Aches and Pains During Winter

    Winter is no fun for a pet suffering with arthritis

    Anyone with arthritis will confirm that cold weather is no fun for aching joints. In fact, arthritic pain is at its worst during the Winter months, and arthritic pets are just as prone to feelings of soreness if not properly treated.

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  2. Does My Dog Have A Food Allergy?

    Food Allergies in our pets are not always easy to identify.

    In a world where there are so many allergies floating about it is not all that surprising to learn that your pet can get a food allergy as well. Allergies in pets are not as easily diagnosed because your dog cannot tell you what is making him so sick. So, how do you recognise that your dog is having an adverse reaction to a particular ingredient in his food?

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  3. Can My Pet Catch a Cold?

    Like humans our pets can occasionally come down with a case of the sniffles.

    You or someone you know will most likely come down with a case of the sniffles this Winter. It’s the time of year for the dreaded lurgy and anyone who escapes its nasty clutches is considered lucky.

    So, can our pets catch this virus too?

    The answer is yes, and no.

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  4. Keeping a Safe and Happy Indoor Cat

    Give your feline some fun and variety to keep them happy indoors!

    Keeping a cat indoors rather than letting them outdoors is certainly the safer option of the two. The casualties to wildlife as well as the dangers of the road give an outdoor cat a severely reduced lifespan as well as a significant impact on surrounding species.

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