Archive: Sep 2020

Fireworks in the equine world! - How to keep your horse safe this Bonfire Night
This year, 5th November is on a Tuesday - and that means we're not expecting a Fireworks Night so much as a Fireworks Week! As prey animals, horses are by their very nature predisposed to panic at loud noises, especially…
October 29, 2013 • 97 shares
Do you want a young version of your elderly dog? Dog clones are now available in the UK
Clones- precise genetic copies of living creatures - used to be the stuff of science fiction. They are now a reality: a South Korean company has just launched its dog cloning service in the UK. For £63000, they will crea…
October 25, 2013 • 1 shares
Ticks...little suckers! - how to identify and rid pets of these parasites
Ticks are small parasites from the spider family. They attach themselves to our pets and feed off their blood. They can spend several days in this position, gradually becoming larger as they engorge. They can also transm…
October 15, 2013 • 1 shares
Lost in translation – do you know what your cat is really trying to tell you?
‘Miaow!’ One simple word, so many possible meanings. Is she happy? Is she hungry? Is she scared? It’s all in the tone in which it’s delivered. And that’s just the miaow – researchers have documented 19 different vocal pa…
October 4, 2013 • 2 shares
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