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A day spent at the beach with your dog can be a day well spent. Pent up energy is burnt off whilst you and your dog get some much needed fresh air and relaxation! Whilst we’re not at all trying to dissuade you from taking your dog to the beach,...

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As a responsible dog owner, you probably understand that there are rules and regulations around to keep everyone safe. However, many people are unaware of the repercussions if these rules are broken, or are unaware that some restrictions are limited to certain times of the year (with regards to farmland)....

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We want our homes to be safe, happy places but welcome a curious cat to the household and suddenly we need to take extra care. In this post, I will highlight common household dangers for your cat.   Food   We all keep food at home, so it’s worth knowing...

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As Easter is fast approaching, it’s important to be aware of potential dangers for our furry friends. From toxic foods to decorations, there are many things that can pose a risk to dogs during the Easter period. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the most common dangers for dogs...

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Doggy DNA testing is on the rise with more and more owners choosing to delve deeper into their dog’s genetic blueprint to find out breed information, screen for genetic disease and even connect with long lost doggy relatives!    Breed Makeup DNA testing can tell you what breeds make up...

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Have you ever caught your dog munching on some grass and wondered why they do it? You’re not alone, this behaviour is actually quite common among dogs. While there isn’t a single definitive answer to why dogs eat grass, there are several theories that may shed some light on this...

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Dogs are loyal and loving companions; they are a part of our family. Just like humans, dogs can experience anxiety. This can range from short term, such as bonfire night, to chronic longer lasting anxiety. As loving dog owners, it's our job to understand what may be causing the anxiety...

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Although more unusual than in other animals, cats can have allergies. The symptoms of an allergy can often be incredibly uncomfortable for the cat and upsetting to the owner, especially if there is no clear cause of the irritation. The cause can be difficult to diagnose and it’s really important...

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We’ve all been in the position where we’re eagerly awaiting the arrival of a package but the delivery date comes and goes with still no sign of it. This has been an ever increasing problem for many with the industrial action from Royal Mail. Parcels which should have taken 24/48...

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Being a pet owner has just become more expensive with costs increasing across the board, including pet foods and veterinary fees. A recent survey from the Dog’s Trust revealed that 48% of owners will now find it difficult to provide for their dogs, so it is not hard to see why...

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Even though it’s not a legal requirement for a cat to wear a tag, it is a sensible choice to pop one on your cat’s collar. One benefit of having a tag on your cat is that if they were to get lost you can easily be contacted and reunited. ...

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It’s train your pet month! This event is about raising awareness about the importance of proper dog training and healthy socialisation to a dog’s wellbeing. It’s not just beneficial for them, but you too! It’s a bonding experience and can create great memories. Simple commands When teaching simple commands you...

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