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Buster inflatable collars‏

For greater comfort and practicality! We’re loving the Buster inflatable collars for dogs. Cheap they may not be, but we think they’re great value-for-money. Has your hound ever needed an Elizabethan collar? They are indispensable in many situations: both where we need to prevent dogs licking or chewing their body or legs, or to stop […]

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Easter and your dog!

With Easter nearly upon us, update your knowledge NOW, so if your Easter doggie eats your Easter Bunny – you’ll know what to do. Chocolate, delicious chocolate If you think of a dog consuming chocolate in a similar way to humans consuming alcohol – then you’ll understand how chocolate works in a dog’s system in […]

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs…..

The worst cases of separation anxiety present an unlivable disaster for the pet owner. The animal becomes destructive, soils the house, and vocalises loudly and unabashedly. Since the behaviour occurs almost exclusively when the pet is alone, there is nothing to stop him from creating a spectacular mess and annoying the neighbours every time the […]

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Aches and Pains

Is your pet a bit stiff getting up in the mornings? Does it take a while for them to warm out of it? Are they not wanting to jump into the car? Are those long walks you used to enjoy a bit too much these days?  Osteoarthritis is a common condition in pets. It causes […]

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Have your pets got fleas?

Fleas are the most common parasite in dogs and cats and every dog and cat is likely to be infected at some stage in its life. However, with the advent of modern products it is possible to prevent fleas from becoming a problem in your household. Working closely with your vet, who will give you […]

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Worms!!!

Dogs and cats should wormed every 3 months – at least four times a year. However, younger dogs and those whose lifestyle makes them more vulnerable to infection – such as cats and dogs that hunt – may need more frequent worming. Although the risk of parasite infections continues throughout a dog’s and cat’s life, […]

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Cystitis in Cats

A cat suffering with a bout of cystitis (FLUTD) is almost as distressing for an owner to watch as it is for a cat to go through. What is cystitis (FLUTD)? Feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD) is a catch-all term used by vets to describe a number of conditions which cause cats pain and […]

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