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New Rules for Dog Breeders

New dog-breeding laws will be implemented in October 2018. They will call for all dog breeders, who intend to make a profit from the sale of their pups, to have a license...

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A Totally Awesome Autumn

It's the most colourful time, of the year! We discuss some fun autumn activities for you to enjoy with your pets, along with some top health care tips to keep them healthy...

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Preventing Pesky Parasites!

Fleas, ticks and worms - three words pet owners dread, right? But as long as you're administering the right treatments at the right time, there's really nothing to worry about...

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Taking Your Pet Abroad

There are several steps you MUST follow before taking your dog or cat out of the country. Is your pet microchipped and up to date with their vaccines? 'Great! Let's begin...'

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High Blood Pressure in Pets

High blood pressure is more common in cats and dogs than you might think. It often doesn't leave many clear symptoms, so we take a look at how best to keep an eye on your pet...

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Your Rabbits' Lifestyle

Many pet rabbits in the UK live without their essential freedoms. To raise awareness, and in celebration of Easter, we take a look at providing rabbits with the best care...

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Food For Thought

Food, glorious food! Do you ever feel flustered when trying to decide what to feed your pet? Nutritionist Dr Marge Chandler can help. See below for some pearls of wisdom...

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Chocolate is Poisonous

We're afraid the rumours are true: chocolate is very bad for cats and dogs. We take a look at the science behind chocolate poisoning and what to do if you're worried...

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Stopping Alabama Rot

Keep paws clean and dry, checking often for cuts or lesions; avoid dirty, muddy areas and you'll help to keep your dog safe from an unpleasant disease known as Alabama Rot...

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5 Enrichment Tips for Cats

Did you know cats can be trained too? In fact, they thrive on mental and physical stimulation. Click below to read about the best ways of keeping your cat's mind occupied...

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