3 Common Health Problems In Kittens

16 September 2022
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

When you bring a kitten home, there's likely to be lots of excitement and a sharp learning curve as you get to know your new addition and learn how to care for them. You will, of course, need to get your kitten vaccinated when they're around two months old to protect them from several serious conditions, some of which can be fatal. However, it's also wise to be aware of other health problems your kitten is susceptible to developing as their immune systems mature. Read More 

Worried That Your New Puppy Might Be Deaf? Here’s What You Need to Do

22 October 2019
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Welcoming a new puppy into your home is an exciting occasion. Chances are that you will be unable to stop yourself from repeatedly telling your puppy just how darn cute they are. But what about if you begin to suspect that your furry bundle of joy is unable to hear your compliments? Checks to Perform at Home Puppies are energetic and prone to distraction, making it difficult to pinpoint their response to stimuli, which in turn makes it difficult to assess whether they are capable of hearing you. Read More 

Banishing Boarding Kennel Boredom: 2 Effective Ways to Reassure Your Boarded Dog from Afar

16 January 2018
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Going on holiday without your dog can be a trying experience for both parties. It is especially stressful if you have chosen to board them in a kennel. Dogs see their owners as parents and find it difficult to act confidently without them, according to researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna. But fear not, you can be with your dog, even while on holiday! That sounds crazy, yes, but it is true—at least in part. Read More 

Essential Packing List for a Dog’s Hospital Stay

15 January 2018
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

When your dog is unwell or is having treatment that requires a stay in a veterinary hospital, it can be a very upsetting thing to deal with. Although you know the dog will be well looked after, it's still easy to spend a lot of time worrying about them. It's stressful for your dog, too. They don't really understand what's happening, and the anxiety of being away from home can be quite severe. Read More 

3 Health Reasons Why You Need Multiple Litter Boxes for Multiple Cats

28 December 2017
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When you have more than one cat in your house, it's a good idea to have more than one litter box. Many people choose to have multiple litter boxes (commonly one per cat plus one extra) because it makes cleaning up poop an easier and less frequent job, but that's not the only reason it's a good idea. Multiple litter boxes in the household is also healthier for your clowder of cats. Read More