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Caring for your mouse

Mice come in a wide variety of colours and live on average for between one and a half and two and a half years. They are fully grown at about three months old. Babies should not be taken from their mothers until they are five weeks old. Never attempt to keep wild mice as pets. Mice need the company ...Full Article

How to care for your pet rat

There are many varieties of rat with different coat and eye colours. These include white, cinnamon, blue and parti- coloured coats with dark or pink eyes. Male rats are ...Full Article

When and how to deworm your horse

You will probably have read or heard in recent years about the resistance of equine worms to some of the active ingredients in equine wormers. To make sure the ...Full Article

Caring for your pet chinchilla

Before choosing a chinchilla as a pet, you need to consider that they can live for up to 15 years. They are lively animals and mostly nocturnal so they ...Full Article

Glue alert!

Dog owners are being warned about the dangers of waterproof glues after several cases of pets eating the substance and needing major surgery. Products containing polyurethane, commonly used for ...Full Article

How to care for a corn snake

Most corn snakes for sale in the UK are bred in captivity. However, it’s still important that the captive environment of a pet corn snake mimics the wild as ...Full Article

Top ten cat names!

Looking for the perfect name for your cat or kit-ten? Here’s the top 10 list of the most popular cat names. 1. Poppy 2. Bella 3. Misty 4. Charlie ...Full Article

Where should your puppy sleep?

Before you bring your new puppy home, you’ll want to have a think about where you would like your puppy to sleep at night. This is a very personal ...Full Article

How to keep cats cool in the summer

When the days are long and temperatures heat up, take extra care to keep your cat happy and health. Pale-coloured cats are vulnerable to sunburn; particularly on their ears, ...Full Article

What is cherry eye?

Cherry eye is a common condition inherited in certain breeds of dogs and, in rare cases, it can arise in cats. Unlike humans, they have three eyelids rather than ...Full Article
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