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Super snacks for small furries

10 September 2017

Want to treat your pet? Well, as long as you choose the right treats, this can be good for their nutritional health, not to mention their wellbeing, making your small pets’ day much more interesting and fun…

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Is taking your dog for a walk a tug of war?

10 September 2017

Pulling on the lead is a behaviour that many dog owners grapple with on a daily basis. But with training, patience and plenty of encouragement, every dog can learn to walk nicely on the lead.

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Guardians of their galaxy

10 September 2017

As every cat owner knows, felines are a territorial species. They decide who is welcome into their domain and who is not. But why are they so fussed about it?

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The merits of ferrets

10 September 2017

Like a cat, most ferrets can be trained to use a litter tray. Like a dog, they’re playful and can even be taken for walks on a lead. They also like to sleep for up to 20 hours a day. Could ferrets be the perfect pets for you?

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The scent of a feline

10 September 2017

While dogs might be famous for their incredible sense of smell, for cats, their nose is their most important sensory receptor. Cats use scent detection to understand and make sense of the world around them…

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Seasonal Canine Illness Q&A with our vet

10 September 2017

There’s something nasty in the woods that can strike down a healthy dog within hours. Our in-house vet DR SUZANNE MOYES explains why you should be aware of Seasonal Canine Illness, which is also known as Alabama Rot.

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