Winter safety advice for your rabbit

Whether you have an indoor rabbit, an outdoor rabbit or one that enjoys the best of both worlds, it is important to make sure that their husbandry needs are met when we are experiencing unusually cold weather. While rabbits that go outdoors can generally do very well even during the coldest winter snap, they do…

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Keep your rabbit's teeth in good condition

Rabbits are herbivores, which means they have evolved over thousands of years to live on plant material. Unlike dogs and cats or us humans; rabbit’s teeth grow continually throughout their lives. This means that in order to keep them healthy, a rabbit must wear down its teeth at the same rate that they grow. They…

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Looking after your cat's teeth

Let’s face it, cats are not the best patients when it comes to doing anything with their mouths. Anyone who has tried giving their cat tablets recently may well have some scars to show for it! So what can we do to ensure our moggies teeth stay in purrfect condition? When it comes to cats…

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Dental care and your dog

Dental disease is a common and widespread problem amongst our canine friends. In fact studies have shown that 80% of dogs will have some form of gum disease by the time they are 2-3 years old. Genetics and other factors such as diet can influence the development of dental disease but just like humans, in…

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8 winter wellness tips for your cat

It can be tricky to know how to care for your cat during a cold snap, and many of us struggle with keeping them content and entertained while indoors. Here are 8 winter wellness tips on how you can best support your feline during the chilly weather. 1. Keep your cat comfortable For those cats…

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Rabbit diet advice

How to feed your rabbit to avoid health problems It’s really important to learn about the way a rabbit digests its food. Then we can begin to understand why nutrition is so important when it comes to maintaining health and preventing problems. Rabbits have spent millions of years evolving a very efficient way of digesting…

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Exercising with your dog

Fit not fat. You and your dog – TOP TIPS for the New Year It’s that time of the year again, when many of us make New Year’s resolutions. What about our dogs though? If they could, many would probably want to lose weight and get fitter; just like ourselves. Did you know that 60%…

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Help your cat to lose weight

Cats have a very interesting evolutionary history which has a huge effect on the way they process their food.  Most people are aware that rabbits and cows are herbivores, meaning they eat only grass and vegetable matter. Humans and dogs are omnivores, which means they can survive on a varied diet, including, meat, vegetables and…

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Keeping your dog safe during winter

When winter hits it's important to make sure your dog is well prepared to ensure they stay safe and well throughout the cold weather. Read on to discover top vet advice on how to keep your dog safe during winter. Breed Depending on the breed of dog, some of our canines can be particularly ill-equipped…

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