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What to do about hairballs

If you have a cat, chances are you’ve most likely dealt with hairballs. Cats spend 30% of their time grooming and swallow up to two thirds of the hair they...

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Why is my pet vomiting?

Seeing your pet vomit can be distressing, but it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Many dogs and cats will vomit to expel something they shouldn’t have ingested or to throw...

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GET THE FACTS ON PET NUTRITION

Owning a pet is a rewarding experience, but when it comes to deciding what pet food you should buy it is not always easy. Every day we are faced with different information on what is best to feed our pets. 

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Puppy Training

Toilet train your puppy at home

Not all puppies will be toilet trained before you bring them home. Toilet training a puppy or a dog takes time and patience: the keys to success are concentration, consistency...

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What should I feed my kitten?

The first year of your kitten‘s life is when they do most of their growing. Their digestive and immune systems are maturing during this time and a good quality diet...

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What to feed my puppy

The first year of life is crucial for your puppy’s development. The right diet will supply them with energy but also build and maintain their body’s cells.

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Bringing your kitten home

Whether your kitten is your first or an addition to your current pet family, your kitten will rely on you to ease the transition from their mum and littermates to...

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Bringing your puppy home

Welcoming a new puppy into your family is an exciting and sometimes challenging period while your new puppy explores and adjusts to the new environment.

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Train your puppy not to bite

Train your puppy not to bite

Puppies love to chew – especially when they are teething. The problem is when they start chewing something important like a shoe, a cushion or maybe even you.

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Does my cat have an allergy?

Does my cat have an allergy?

Knowing if your cat has allergies is not always easy. Allergic cats with itchy skin will often spend more time grooming than actually scratching so signs of allergies are easy...

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Causes of cat skin conditions

If your cat has a skin condition, they will often start grooming excessively. You can tell it is "excessive" grooming if their skin becomes red or irritated, bald patches start...

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How Can I Get My Cat To Exercise?

Cats, like us, need exercise to shed extra weight and maintain good health. And also like us, the consequences of carrying around extra weight are serious, ranging from osteoarthritis and...

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Arthritis: Can Diet Make a Difference?

With arthritis (osteoarthritis) identified as one of the most common diseases seen and treated in veterinary practice, it is often asked whether specialised food and nutritional supplements can really make...

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How Do Cats Choose Their Food

How Do Cats Choose Their Food?

It's amazing how quickly cats will take to certain foods, while they will remain thoroughly uninterested by other foods even though to us they seem virtually identical.

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