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My Dog Is Frightened By Fireworks – What Can I Do?

No dogs really like fireworks. Some can tolerate them, but others are terrified. Nowadays the scares start with Halloween, bonfire “night” lasts a week, and night-time bangs can linger all the way to New Year. So here’s a few tips to help keep your dog just that little bit calmer when the bangs and flashes begin!

How To Apply A Spot On Flea Treatment

Breaking the Flea Cycle – How To Stop Fleas

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Behaviour It only takes 2 minutes

Cats about the house

If you are a cat lover, you'll know that living with them can be a challenge at times. They are contrary creatures that will only slowly change their behaviour to accommodate new conditions or companions.

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Well-being It only takes 3 minutes

Gum Disease in Dogs: Dental Care

Your dog explores the world with its mouth. Taste, touch, tugging; all that tactile stuff. So tooth ache, sore gums and other dental discomforts are far more than an inconvenience, they are in effect a disability. Keeping a weather eye on your dog’s dental health is vital.

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Nutrition It only takes 4 minutes

Dog Food Allergies

Over the last 25 years, more people have been identified as having food allergies or intolerance. The most common offenders are foods like nuts, wheat and lactose. Veterinary science is following hot on the heels of this human trend and now canine food allergies are now more accepted and understood. Here's a look at the strategies for coping with a dog with food allergies...

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Product Review

Review: Seresto Dog Flea Collars with Tick Control

Seresto Dog Flea Collars with Tick Control protects your dog for up to 8 months. Now available without prescription. Fleas and ticks do more than just bite. They can also transmit diseases which can be harmful and even fatal for pets. Seresto flea and tick control collar protects your dog for up to 8 months […]

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Review: Frontline Plus Spot On Cat Flea Treatment

Frontline Plus Spot On Cat flea treatment is formulated to kill adult fleas, ticks, flea eggs and larvae, both on your cat and in the home. It is available in 3 pipette and 6 pipette packs. Frontline Plus Spot On Cat flea treatment is formulated with two tough killing ingredients; fipronil (50mg), which kills adult […]

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Review: Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastro Intestinal Dog Food

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastro Intestinal Dog is a complete feed designed to help in the management and to reduce acute intestinal absorption disorders, and promote nutritional restoration and convalescence. It is full of highly digestible ingredients, increased level of electrolytes and essential nutrients and it for dogs with acute and chronic diarrhoea, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), maldigestion, malabsorption, re-feeding after surgery, Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI), gastritis, colitis, inappetance.

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How To

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Getting dogs to take their medicine

A spoonful of sugar is NOT an option. Ham may work though! Now you’ve been a smart 21st Century shopper: you got the dog’s prescription from the vet, popped to Pet Drugs Online and saved a packet. Now for the tough bit, as when their drugs arrive in the post you have to get the dog to take them! Of course, when the vet demonstrated this in the surgery it looked easy.

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Behaviour It only takes 2 min

Cats about the house

If you are a cat lover, you'll know that living with them can be a challenge at times. They are contrary creatures that will only slowly change their behaviour to accommodate new conditions or companions.

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