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What should I do if I find a lump on my dog?

Discovering a lump under your dog’s skin can be alarming but they are not always serious. Always get them checked by your vet, particularly if you have noticed that they are getting bigger or are sore or bleeding.

Don’t let your pet suffer from the distress of fireworks

It’s not just dogs who might get frightened now the firework season is approaching. Other pets can suffer as well but there are things you can ...Full Article

Keeping your cat in tip-top shape

As with people, cats need a combination of a healthy diet and regular exercise to stay in shape and live a long and healthy life. There ...Full Article

Home comforts: Mouse cages and bedding

The best home for your pet mice is either a wire cage with a plastic tray floor or a tank (glass or plastic) with a secure ...Full Article

Danger! Sugar substitute can be fatal to your pet

Xylitol is a common sugar substitute that can be toxic to dogs in even small amounts and it can be fatal. It’s regularly found in sugar-free ...Full Article

What are cat ticks?

Cat ticks are spider-like, egg-shaped, blood-sucking creepy crawlies. They have eight legs and vary in size from about 1mm to 1cm long. Adult ticks look a ...Full Article

Keeping your horse healthy, fit and trim

Obesity in horses and ponies is a growing welfare problem and many are being allowed to become overweight to the point where they are susceptible to ...Full Article

Do pets grieve for their human or animal companion?

Have you ever wondered what happens to a pet when they lose their human or animal companion? Do pets grieve? Like humans, pets too show signs ...Full Article

Ten ingenious ways to keep your hot dog cool this summer!

When the heat arrives, dogs can not only feel hot and bothered – they are at more of a risk of potentially fatal heatstroke. Keeping them ...Full Article

My rabbit needs surgery: what happens next?

The most common reasons for using anaesthetics on rabbits are for dental work and routine neutering. However, there are other conditions that can mean that your ...Full Article
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