Winter woofs – a survival guide

Winter woofs – a survival guide

Long dog walks on a crisp winter’s morning can be one of the best things about dog ownership. However, soggy, muddy paws and dark, dank evenings can also make it a trying time indeed. So, see our top tips for making winter work for you and your pooch. The need...
Senior Pets – Top Tips for Winter

Senior Pets – Top Tips for Winter

As the weather gets colder, it’s time to think about how to keep our pets happy and healthy over the winter. While younger animals often enjoy the cold, crisp air, and even the frost and (if we’re really lucky!) snow; the season can be hard for more mature pets. In...
Does your pet suffer from Firework Fears?

Does your pet suffer from Firework Fears?

Does your pet suffer from Firework Fears? Many pets dislike loud noises; however, for some this is far more profound and results in a noise-phobia: a pathological fear of loud bangs. Add to this the unfamiliar flashes in the sky and the rising excitement among the...
Diabetes and your pet

Diabetes and your pet

Diabetes, specifically diabetes mellitus or “sugar diabetes”, can affect our dogs’ and cats’ health just as it can affect our own. A diagnosis of diabetes in your pet may seem daunting, but it can be very manageable in many cases by working closely with us to decide...
Christmas Safety

Christmas Safety

Christmas is an exciting time of year where we can spend quality time with our family, friends and pets, while celebrating with many wonderful Christmas traditions. However, our homes at Christmas can sometimes pose a risk to our pets – we want to help you make...