Dogs

Paws For Thought – Diet & Exercise

By |2018-12-04T05:02:14+00:00December 4th, 2018|Cats, Dogs|

A British Veterinary Associations Voice of the Profession survey showed that over 60% of vets said that pet obesity is their biggest health and welfare concern. The Veterinary Animal Welfare Coalition (a group of leading veterinary organisations and vet-led animal charities that aims to help pet owners better understand their pets' five welfare needs) polled

First-Time Pet Owners: Which Pet Should You Choose?

By |2018-11-07T05:25:43+00:00November 6th, 2018|Cats, Dogs, Rabbit Advice|

A few years ago, the pet loving world went crazy over the micro-pig trend. Sometimes called “teacup pigs” or “mini-pigs,” micro-pigs were advertised as adorably tiny pigs that could fit within a teacup or be held in the palm of your hand. The tiny pig trend gained such popularity that it was featured on mainstream

Paws for Thought – Mental Health & Wellbeing

By |2018-08-28T14:43:40+00:00August 28th, 2018|Cats, Dogs, Rabbit Advice|

We are a nation of animal lovers. The PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) report 2017 estimates that 51% of UK households own a pet. That’s a whopping 1.1 million rabbits, 9.3 million dogs and 10.3 million cats, cuddling up to owners, all around the country. Yet, despite our devotion to our furry friends, many owners will not

Paws For Thought – Adopting Or Buying A Pet

By |2018-08-15T15:46:42+00:00August 15th, 2018|Cats, Dogs, Rabbit Advice|

Should you adopt or buy a pet? There has been a lot in the press recently about pedigree dog health, including the worrying aspect of imported puppies, many of which are illegally imported. One of the best ways of tackling these problems is responsible purchasing by potential owners. If there is no financial market for

Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

By |2018-06-22T08:58:14+00:00June 22nd, 2018|Cats, Dogs|

Symptoms of CDS in dogs (and some occur in cats too) may include : Disorientation Reduced willingness to interact with people or other dogs Vocalising at night/ more active at night House soiling Stop responding to commands Reduced exploration/play Repetitive behaviours Walking Aimlessly Increased anxiety / fearfulness These symptoms may of course be linked to

Dogs Die In Hot Cars

By |2018-06-13T10:26:23+00:00June 13th, 2018|Announcements, Dogs|

The following information has been supplied by PDSA. For more information, please visit their website. Many people believe it’ll never happen to them, yet every year people gamble with their beloved dog’s life, and every summer dogs die in hot cars. Put yourself in their paws. Even parked in the shade with the windows open,

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