This month we wanted to highlight pet dentistry
Changes to Pet Travel in the event of a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has advised that should the UK leave the EU next year without a deal, there would be important implications for pet owners wishing to travel overseas with their animals from 30 March 2019. What you need to know and do You will still be able to travel to Europe with your pet after the UK leaves the EU, whatever the ...
It's Cold Out There
Brrr – its cold out there! With the colder weather settling in, it’s a good idea to start making plans to avoid some Christmas calamities and keep our pets healthy throughout the festive season. Winter walks: In order to avoid pets expanding their waistline, getting out and about as the weather cools is essential. However, make sure that your pets are adequately prepared; w ...
Question : Where do fleas go in the Winter Answer : Your Home
Did you know that the worse time for flea infestations is actually the Autumn and Winter months? Fleas thrive in warm conditions and thanks to central heating, they don’t need to hop south for the winter, they just need to move into your living room. Fleas can make their way into our home in all sorts of ways; on your pets, on us, or just hopping in by themselves. Did you ...
Fireworks and Pets - help keep them safe
Fireworks and Pets - help keep them safe It will soon be the time of year when many people will enjoy the tradition of celebrating Halloween and November 5th with bonfires and fireworks. It is also the time of the year that many pet owners dread as many dogs and cats are very scared and anxious of loud noises. Add to this flashing lights and scary costumes and they can become ...
It's nearly time for the County Show!
It's nearly time for the County Show again, so come and visit us at our stand (same site as previous years - next door to Alta near the cattle ring).
Lyme Disease Cases on the rise in the UK
A recent report suggests cases of Lyme disease in people are increasing, so what can we do to protect our pets?
Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD), also known as viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD), is a highly infectious and often fatal disease that affects wild and domestic rabbits. There are now 2 strains of VHD in the UK - RVHD1 is a swift and efficient killer – almost all unvaccinated rabbits who catch RVHD1 die within a day or two. The virus causes massive internal bleeding. Some rab ...
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