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  • Oct 20
    • 15

    DIY BOO BERRY BONES

    Our DIY Howl-o-ween treats!

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  • Oct 13
    • 29

    Arthritis in cats: What you need to know

    Cats have been designed through evolution to hide their pain in order to not look weak to predators. As a cat owner, it can therefore be incredibly challenging to spot when your kitty is in pain or discomfort. However, keeping an eye on signs of arthritis in your cat becomes more critical as she gets older. Here’s what you need to know…

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  • Sep 01
    • 81

    September is our Dental month

    Every year in September we launch our dental month, where we talk about the importance of dental health in pets. Did you know by the age of two, 80% of dogs already have some kind of dental disease? 

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  • Aug 25
    • 92

    Help! My cat doesn’t like her new brother

    Since March-time, most of us have been spending the majority of our days in our homes. For a lot of pet owners, it was the most time they had ever spent with their pet, and what a bonding experience it was. Now life starts to resume some level of normal, the thought of leaving our furry friends can be heartbreaking. How will they cope after having company 24/7 for a long period of time? Will separation anxiety become a problem?

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  • Jul 15
    • 196

    How to Potty Train your Dog

    Our dogs are spending more time indoors, partly due to the hot weather, partly due to the ‘new normal’ we are all living in, which in the most part means we don’t go out as much. Plus, this time at home has influenced many to get a new pup. As a result, we are getting an influx of customers asking for advice on toilet training.

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  • Jun 24
    • 206

    How to trim your pet's nails at home

    Trimming your pet’s nails yourself can be a little daunting. Therefore, it’s really important that you prepare ahead of time to make it a smooth as possible both for you and for your furbaby.

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  • May 20
    • 208

    Understanding eco terminology

    There are a lot of views on what sustainability is and how it can be achieved, but essentially the word sustainability can be defined as the ability to maintain a healthy environment, social and economic systems indefinitely, on a local and global scale. But, the words sustainable and sustainability have slightly different meanings and can’t be interchanged.

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  • Apr 30
    • 268

    5 ways to exercise your dog indoors

    As we are now weeks into social distancing, most of us are looking into ways to stay fit at home. But we should keep in mind that we humans aren’t the only ones who need exercise. Keeping your dog physically and mentally fit will save him from getting bored and letting out energy in destructive ways like excessive barking, chewing, or digging. If you normally take your dog out on long walks, you might be confused on ways to keep your pup stimulated while you’re stuck indoors.

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  • Apr 22
    • 211

    Is there such a thing as one cuddle too many?

    One of the benefits of owning a smaller breed is that you can cuddle them, pick them up and hug them like a wonderful warm teddy bear. In fact, who can resist, I certainly cannot! Nothing better for the soul, and especially in times of sadness when I need a little love, I will often go on the hunt for my little Danny.

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  • Apr 01
    • 309

    Why do cats scratch?

    Have to explain to your already annoyed husband that the cat has just scratched the side of your beautiful new – rather expensive – sofa? Cringe! Is patience running thin for your - oh so beautiful - cat that you promised would not cause a moment’s trouble?

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