Pet Advice

We care about all pets and here you will find a range of pet advice information to help you gain insight or simply look after your pets health. If you can’t find what you are looking for or you are concerned about your pets health, please make sure to always get in touch with your vet for further assistance.

Advice on buying a Dog

So this is not as simple as you might think, below you will find some great advice and some very important information to consider when buying a puppy or a full grown dog.

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Making sure your Kitten feels at home

As always the first few days when your kitten is introduced to your home you are going to invest most of your time in settling them in. And there is a number of this you should consider and action to make sure they have comfortable surroundings.

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Cleaning Your Dog’s Ears

All dogs should have their ears cleaned, but some dogs require more frequent and thorough cleaning than others. Here you will be able to get some information on what you need to know about cleaning your dog’s ears.

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Fireworks and signs of distress

As a pet owner you need to be  aware that some pets can get very scared and and distressed, and sometimes its can even result in serious injuries or pets getting lost.

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Dogs in England will need to be micro-chipped

Dog owners in England will need to microchip their pets from April 2016 as plans are afoot to reduce the rise in stray numbers across the country.

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How to walk your dog in the snow

We all know dogs love running around and playing in the snow, we can spend hours chasing them to come back because it’s time to go home.

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Happy National Pet Month!

April is National Pet Month, and many UK families will be thinking of adding a four-legged member to the household. While a new pet can be a source of joy and companionship for people of all ages, it is important to remember that adopting any animal will …

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Detect warning signs for possible dog cancer

As years go by, your dog can show different kinds of worrisome behavior, which may or may not be related to cancer. It is not a good thing to always think of the worst case scenario but similarly, being completely easy-going when your dog is clearly exper…

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