We've seen a huge increase in the number of new puppies and kittens being welcomed into families this year. With good nutrition being one of the most important factors in ensuring your furry family member grows up healthy and strong.
Have you ever wondered what your pet does when you’re not around? Many of us think they can keep themselves occupied all day. The reality is that when pets are alone and without stimuli, they can get bored and even develop behavioural issues.
Just like humans, our pets can also suffer from seizures. Whether caused by a pre-existing condition or seemingly out of the blue, it is important as a pet parent to understand the causes, signs and how to respond.
All pet parents need to be aware of the dangers of a hot summer to the pet. However, when it comes to our senior pets, the hot weather may present a more serious risk to their health. Your senior furry family member will thank you for taking the time to go through these summer senior tips!
As we get into the warmer months it is common to find more fleas about. We commonly see pets who are itchy and it can be flea related in summer. Fleas can multiply rapidly with one adult flea able to lay over 2000 eggs.
Hyperthyroidism is a common disease of older cats, causing weight loss, excessive drinking and often a ravenous appetite. Many owners confuse these signs with ageing, not realising that Hyperthyroidism is a disease that can be successfully treated.