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Holiday Beach Safety Tips – For Dogs

Taking your pets to the beach during the holidays can be a delightful experience, but it also requires careful planning to ensure their safety and well-being. Here are some essential beach safety tips for pets: Before you go… At the beach… After the beach… Other considerations… By following these tips, you can ensure a safe,…
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XL Bully Ban Update

Latest updates to the XL Bully Ban & Obtaining A Certificate Exemption now the scheme has ended. The government’s temporary exemption scheme closed at midday on the 31 January 2024. This means if you have missed the deadline and you are yet to exempt your XL bully type, you must go through the existing process for exempting…
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Importance Of Microchipping

Microchipping your pets offers several important benefits, making it a valuable practice for pet owners. A pet microchip is a small electronic chip implanted under the pet’s skin, containing a unique number that a scanner can read, providing a quick and easy way to monitor your pet. Key Reasons To Microchip Your Pet Permanent Identification…
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Celebrating Active Dog Month!

April isn’t just a month for spring cleaning and new beginnings—it’s also an ideal opportunity to focus on keeping your dog active, healthy, and happy. So, join us on this journey as we embark on a month-long celebration of canine vitality, wellness, and companionship. Let’s make this April a time of fun, exploration, and unforgettable…
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Travel Documents For Your Dogs

Passport Paws: Navigating Pet Travel Documents for Your Furry Companion Are you a pet parent who loves to travel? Or perhaps you’re considering taking your furry friend on their first adventure? Whether you’re planning a cross-country road trip or an international vacation, there’s one crucial aspect of pet travel that often gets overlooked: travel documents…
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Easter Health Tips For Pets

Delve into essential Easter healthcare tips to help you navigate this festive season while keeping your pets safe and healthy. From common hazards to precautionary measures, we’ll cover everything you need to know to ensure a harmonious and worry-free Easter for both you and your four-legged family members. As the Easter season approaches, households buzz…
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Spring Health Tips For Cats

Spring into Health: Essential Tips to Keep Your Cat Happy this Season As the days grow longer and the temperatures rise, springtime brings a sense of renewal and vitality. It’s also a time to ensure that our beloved feline companions are prepared to embrace the season with vigor and good health. Just as we adjust…
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Spring Health Tips For Dogs

Spring into Health: Essential Tips for Keeping Your Dog Happy this Season As winter melts away and nature begins to bloom, there’s an undeniable sense of renewal in the air. As we emerge from the cozy confines of our homes, our furry companions are equally eager to frolic in the newfound warmth of spring. However,…
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It’s All About Those Anal Glands

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve deep into the anatomy, function, and potential issues surrounding pet anal glands. Whether you’re a seasoned pet owner or a curious novice, join us as we unravel the mysteries behind these fascinating glands. What are anal glands? The anal glands produce a foul-smelling, oily fluid that serves several purposes…
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Pet Poison Prevention Month

Keeping your pets safe with tips for pet poison prevention. As responsible pet owners, ensuring the safety and well-being of our furry companions is a top priority. With Pet Poison Prevention Month underway, it’s crucial to educate ourselves about common household hazards and take proactive steps to protect our pets from potential dangers. In this…
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Hip Luxation In Cats and Dogs

Understanding Hip Luxation in Pets: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment! Hip luxation, or hip dislocation, is a condition where the head of the femur (thigh bone) slips out of the acetabulum (hip socket). It’s a painful and potentially debilitating condition that can affect both dogs and cats. What are the causes of hip luxation in cats…
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