We Love Pets News

Mar 4, '2021

Pet Poison Awareness & Prevention

Many cat owners know that lilies are poisonous to their furry family member, right? If the stamen of the lily is inhaled or digested, it can cause severe kidney damage. But it's not just lilies you should keep away from your pet.

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Feb 10, '2021

Pet Dental Health Awareness

February is National Pet Dental Health month and, just like humans, it’s important to look after your pet’s teeth! Dental health is vital to your pet’s overall health and wellbeing and making sure they have regular check-ups and cleanings are key.

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Jan 25, '2021

Looking for a cat? Adopt, don't shop.

So, you want to add a cute furbaby to your family group; what are your first thoughts? Are you thinking of breeds? Colours? Long hair versus shorthair? (Because after all, you will need to clean up the hair that is shed) Where will your cat sleep and play? Will you need a cat flap? What is your approach to making a decision? Would it involve a family discussion or are you just going to find one you personally are drawn to? And finally, but importantly, where will you go to find your new pet?

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Jan 4, '2021

A New Years Health Check for Your Dog

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Dec 21, '2020

The Dangers of Rawhide Chews

With Christmas only a few days away, the clock is ticking to get those final stocking stuffers! When considering chew toys and treats for your pup, we advise against the festively shaped and coloured rawhide chews, and here’s why:

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Nov 2, '2020

A walk a day keeps the vet away

Dog ownership is more popular than ever with a huge surge seen in puppies bought during lockdown back in spring. Many have become dog owners for the first time and are still finding their feet with a demanding schedule and all the attention a dog needs. Sometimes it can feel a bit like having a part time job - one where you don't actually get paid but comes with great benefits if you get the right dog at the right time for the right reasons.

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Jul 15, '2020

Tackling obesity in pets

It might be awkward to talk about it but obesity is a very common and dangerous threat to our pets' health. So why aren't we talking about it, and furthermore, how can we tackle it?

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Aug 6, '2019

Let's talk fleas!

Anyone feeling itchy? Our vet nurse, Sophie, tells us everything we need to know about the dreaded flea!

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Dec 20, '2018

Food pets should avoid over the festive period

Veterinary surgeries report that the number of pets coming into them with food-related issues over the Christmas period almost doubles. Our vet nurse, Sophie shares her tips on foods your pets should avoid, and what to do if they get hold of any...

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