Monthly Archives: June 2016

  1. Does Your Pet Have Arthritis?

    LEARN WHAT TO LOOK FOR AND SEE IF YOUR PET IS HIDING THEIR ARTHRITIS!

    Arthritis is a sneaky condition. It tends to creep up over time and our pets won't always show obvious signs until they are in considerable pain so it helps to know these signs.

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  2. Should I Give My Pet A Probiotic?

    LET’S LOOK AT THE PROS AND CONS OF GIVING YOUR PET A PROBIOTIC!

    Perhaps you are taking one yourself and have wondered if your fur friend should be? Probiotics are everywhere nowadays, and we’ve listed the main pros and cons of giving this supplement to your pet.

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  3. The Best Way To Store Pet Food

    LOOK AFTER YOUR PET’S FOOD BY MAKING SURE IT IS KEPT FRESHER!

    You’ve just bought your fur friend the best food you can buy, a nutritionally balanced diet that will keep them healthy, so what is the best way to keep your pet food fresher for longer? It’s all in the way you store it!

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  4. The How and Why To Giving Cat Grass

    THERE ARE MANY BENEFITS TO GIVING YOUR CAT WITH FRESH CAT GRASS

    Cats seem to love grass, and chances are if your cat is outdoors then they will take time during the day to go and nibble some outside. For those cats that are mainly indoors it is a great idea to provide them with a pot of tasty cat grass for them to munch on.

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  5. Senior Pet Care

    Senior pets are more prone to illnesses.

    You might not realise it but dogs and cats are considered senior citizens when they reach 7 years of age. Our furry senior friends require some extra special attention to help keep them happy and healthy.

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  6. Springtime And Your Pet

    SPRINGTIME DOESN’T HAVE TO MEAN FLEAS, TICKS AND ITCHES FOR YOUR PET!Spring is upon us, and renown for bringing out those allergies! Well, we as humans are not alone. Our pets can also suffer with seasonal itches and scratches, not to mention parasites! Whether it is allergies, fungal infections, heartworm, fleas or ticks, don’t leave it too late to protect your furry friend!

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  7. Easter Eggs And Your Pet

    EASTER IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST TIMES FOR CHOCOLATE TOXICITIES IN PETS

    When people say you always love the things that are bad for you they surely had dogs and chocolate in mind. Sweet, decadent chocolate smells like heaven to our furry friends, but the consequences of them getting a taste is anything but! Needless to say, Easter is always a busy time for vets with chocolate toxicities.

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  8. What To Ask Yourself When Getting A New Pet

    IT ALWAYS HELPS TO MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION WHEN GETTING A NEW PET

    Considering getting a new addition to your furry family? Be it a bouncing puppy or a golden oldie, making an informed choice is the best way to ensure happiness on both sides.

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  9. How to Activate Your Cat

    GETTING YOUR CAT MOVING IS THE KEY TO KEEPING THEM FIT AND HEALTHY!

    Many cats can spend up to 85% of their day snoozing, therefore if they don’t burn off the calories they consume they can easily become overweight, leaving them open to debilitating diseases such as arthritis and diabetes. So, whether your cat is overweight or not, here are the best practices to keep your feline friend fit and healthy by getting them to become more active.

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  10. Toxic Fruit And Vege Your Dog Will Love

    FRUIT AND VEG CAN BE BENEFICIAL TO PETS, BUT WATCH OUT FOR THESE ONES!

    Adding fruit and vegetables to your dog’s diet can be beneficial so here are the ones you should avoid altogether!

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