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Does a dog's breed affect how safe medicines are?
Dogs
Does a dog's breed affect how safe medicines are?
Generally, drugs will have the same effect on any dog regardless of their breed. However, there are some exceptions that you may encounter as an owner. This article will cover the association between some breeds and cert…
January 5, 2022 • 103 shares
Meat and Animal Derivatives in Pet Food
Diet
Meat and Animal Derivatives in Pet Food
When looking over the ingredient list on our cat or dog’s food, it isn’t uncommon to come across “meat and animal derivatives”. As unappetizing as that might sound, they can make up an important part of a nutritious meal…
December 8, 2021 • 41 shares
What's the best reflective collar for cats going into winter?
Cats
What's the best reflective collar for cats going into winter?
A good quality and well-fitting reflective collar is a vital accessory all year round. But it’s even more important during winter; it can be what gets your feline friend back home, safe and sound. With the reduced daylig…
November 15, 2021 • 19 shares
What can my dog eat at the BBQ?
Diet
What can my dog eat at the BBQ?
‘Do you fancy a BBQ?’ The summer months are in full swing, the bank holiday is coming up, and our diaries are often filled with many BBQ’s! A perfect way to spend a warm weekend evening. These BBQ’s are shared with famil…
August 26, 2021 • 42 shares
Is it wrong to keep your cat indoors?
Cats
Is it wrong to keep your cat indoors?
In an ideal world, all domestic cats would be allowed to safely roam outside. Outdoors is where a cat truly gets to exercise its natural behaviours. These include hunting, running and territory marking through spraying a…
April 15, 2021 • 135 shares
Dogs and bones - the truth about canine health and safety
Controversial topics
Dogs and bones - the truth about canine health and safety
We’ve all heard the term ‘give a dog a bone’. Dogs seem very content with a bone but we may ask ourselves, is this safe for them? Animal bones are often fed to dogs as a chew or as part of a raw diet. Bones, especially w…
December 27, 2020 • 422 shares • 6 comments
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