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Can My Dog Eat Peanuts?
Christmas
Can My Dog Eat Peanuts?
The peanut is a legume with edible seeds. It has found its way onto our tables as a salted snack or as a creamy spread on toast. Peanuts provide a tasty source of protein and fat in our own diet so it is natural to want…
December 23, 2021 • 91 shares
Are conkers toxic for dogs?
Dogs
Are conkers toxic for dogs?
Conkers are the seeds of the horse chestnut tree. This is a common tree in parks, streets and gardens in the UK the National Forest Inventory recorded 470,000 horse chestnuts in 2018.  The conkers drop to the ground…
October 27, 2020 • 59 shares • 1 comments
Have a Safe Christmas
News and Comment
Have a Safe Christmas
Christmas time should be for the whole family. Although not human, pets are a valued part of the family. Changes in routines and people can unnerve our pets, but with a little extra thought, there is no reason they shoul…
December 2, 2019 • 19 shares
The sinister side of spring flowers
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The sinister side of spring flowers
Springtime is a welcome sight for most Brits. We can put the winter behind us and it brings warmth and colour back into our gardens and homes. It’s also mostly good news for our pets as they’re hopefully able to enjoy mo…
April 12, 2019 • 101 shares • 1 comments
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Don't Panic! - What to do in a Vet Emergency
Thankfully, medical emergencies don’t happen very often with our pets, however, when they do occur they can be very frightening and it is easy to panic when a beloved animal is seriously ill. This article will hopefully…
May 14, 2013 • 35 shares • 2 comments
Cats
Cats and Christmas
Yes, it’s true, Christmas is upon us yet again. A time of fluffy white snow, happy children, beautifully wrapped gifts and exceedingly large meals. Or, if you’re a cat owner, a time of missing ornaments, broken baubles,…
December 17, 2010
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