Temperatures are set to soar and its important that you are aware of the risk of heat stress in your pets.
People aren’t the only ones who love the dog days of summer. For everyone, including […]
Most dog owners have no idea what anal glands are, and judging by how unappetising […]
So your dog or cat has a tick? Don't panic, here's what to do to keep your pet safe this summer...
It’s getting to that time of year when we start planning our summer holidays. Are you planning on including your pet? Here's are some tips to ensure your furry friend is happy and safe in the car.
Does your pet start scratching at this time of year? Lick and chew their feet non-stop? Or develop skin infections, bottom itching or ear problems?
Grain free, hypoallergenic pet diets are becoming increasingly popular. Dr Eloise Bright discusses whether cats and dogs are allergic to grain, what causes food allergies, and whether you should buy your pet a grain free food.
If your cat is sneezing, has a runny nose or is squinting its eyes a lot, chances are it is suffering from something called cat flu - a virus that is easily spread from one feline to the next.
Buying pet food from the supermarket is quick, convenient and often cheaper. Unfortunately, it's also a lot less healthy and nutritious for your pet, and may cause serious and expensive health problems in the long run.
Cats are generally quite good at keep themselves clean, and rarely do they need a bath (let alone want one). Those few times that they do, however, usually fill their owners with anxiety and dread... after all, those claws are pretty sharp!
Have you spoiled your pet a bit too much over Christmas? Let's talk about pet obesity, why those extra pounds can be so bad for their health, and how to help them slim down...
For our pets, New Year's Eve can be a very fearful time that may cause stress and anxiety. Here are some simple ways we can help reduce this stress and keep our furry friends safe.