How to Help Your Dog Lose Weight
  • Wednesday, April 27, 2016

How to help your dog lose weight Millions of dogs’ lives are cut short every year from obesity. An overweight dog is much more likely to suffer from illnesses such as diabetes, arthritis, heart disease and high blood pressure. While it is a good idea to consult your vet for a diet plan or a … Continued

A Guide to Alopecia in Dogs
  • Friday, April 22, 2016

What is Alopecia in Dogs? Alopecia is a common disorder that effect 5-10% of dogs at some point during their life, the condition is so common that it is one of the main reasons pets visit their veterinarians. Hair loss or hair thinning or failure to grow hair can be a major concern for you as a pet owner, ensure you … Continued

How To Bathe a Cat
  • Friday, April 22, 2016

Bathing your cat can be a necessary yet stressful experience for both you and your pet. Some cats hate water with a passion, while others enjoy the occasional shower! To make any bath a calm and pain free situation, here is some advice on how to achieve bath time bliss. Benefits Apart from cleaning your … Continued

Jasper the Greyhound: Too Lazy to Find a Forever Home?
  • Thursday, April 14, 2016

Jasper the Greyhound: Too Lazy to Find a Forever Home Dogs can be stubborn at the best of times, but lazy a Greyhound named Jasper is pushing those boundaries. The ex-Irish racer has always been too busy snoozing when people come to visit and with just 3 short years behind him, prospective families and homes … Continued

Britain’s Most Popular Pet Names 2016
  • Monday, April 11, 2016

Britain’s Most Popular Pet Names To celebrate this month being National Pet Month, we undertook some research into the UK’s most popular pet names. Looking at almost 60,000 dogs, cats and horses, we’ve found that Britain’s most popular pet name is Alfie! Alfie came in as the top dog name for the UK, and the … Continued

Dog Owners Warned about Deadly Tick-borne Disease
  • Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Dog owners warned about deadly tick-borne disease In the past few weeks, UK dog owners have been advised that their pets could be at risk of contracting an extremely serious tick-borne disease which has been found in Britain for the first time. As of this time, one dog has already sadly passed away and four … Continued

Is My Dog in Pain? Five Signs to Look For
  • Monday, April 4, 2016

Is my dog in pain? Five signs to look for It can be difficult to find out exactly how your dog is feeling, unless your pet is jumping for joy or howling in pain. Sometimes, when an illness or an injury starts off there may not be any obvious symptoms, this can mean it goes … Continued

Which Dog Breeds are Hypoallergenic?
  • Friday, April 1, 2016

What dogs are hypoallergenic? Five Dogs for Allergy Sufferers As a dog lover, an allergic reaction to man’s best friend can be a huge setback in owning your own pet. However, there are certain breeds that can make someone with an allergy more comfortable. It’s not the dog’s hair itself that causes allergic reactions, it’s … Continued

Our Animal Friends: Tilly and Doof
  • Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Your name and department: Sianne – Sales Team Your pets name: Circle Of Truth, also know as, Struth or Doof. Type of pet: Horse What does he look like: Doof is a big brown horse with a very small star on his head. How old is he: Doof is a 12 year old thorough-bred ex race horse. What are his favourite toys: … Continued