Autumn is well and truly here!
As the days get shorter and colder (and we get a little grumpier) heading into winter, there are plenty of new dangers to watch out for in keeping our pets safe when we’re out and about. Whether you let your dog, cat, or another pet outdoors, take note of these warnings.
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Autumn is well and truly here!
Veterinary care is advancing quickly with many vets holding certificates in specialist areas that just would not have been the case 10-15 years ago. With this increased knowledge in medical and surgical techniques, pets can be successfully treated for a wide variety of conditions that enable our pets to live longer, healthier lives.
Along with the advancement in specialist vets, come specialist referral centres that are now numerous across the country. As there is no animal NHS service, as pet owners we are responsible for funding their 'private' healthcare which incorporates preventative care, emergency care and ongoing treatment.
With so many leads on the market, and countless opinions on them all, choosing the right lead for your dog can be a tough task! Leads are an important training tool, and they’re used on a daily basis, so it matters which one you pick. Whether you’re looking for style, function, or performance, there’s a lead for every dog.
If you’re out of the house for long periods during the day, it’s important to have care arranged for your dog. Ideally, dogs shouldn’t be left for more than 6-8 hours without a break, and puppies needs even more frequent checks. When evaluating the options for your pup’s care, there’s lots to take into consideration.
Firework night can be something that we all dread as a pet owner. Seeing our pets react to loud, intimidating, and overpowering sounds can create an anxiety for both us and our pets.
As our pets grow older, their needs and requirements begin to change. Predicting and recognising the signs of ageing can help you care for your pet, while maintaining their health and happiness. Here’s what to look for, and ways to make ageing more comfortable for your pet.
Spooky season is officially upon us, and there’s no better way to get in the Halloween spirit than by dressing up - so why not make it a couple’s affair and get your dog involved too?
Autumn is a wonderful time for dog owners to spend more quality time with their best friends. With the summer heat behind us, here are some fun activities you can do this fall while spending bonding time with your pup!
The positive correlation between pets and mental health is undeniable – countless studies have shown that pets can be a great source of comfort and motivation, and help us live mentally healthier lives. Our pets provide us with unconditional love and unwavering companionship, so it’s no wonder they have such a beneficial effect on our wellbeing!
According to a 2015 Harris Poll, 95% of pet owners think of their animal as a member of the family - no matter their age. Children, adolescents, adults, and seniors all find joy in their pets, so it makes sense that pets and our mental wellbeing go hand in hand.
Check out these 6 ways that pets can make us happier and healthier!