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Veterinary Nursing Awareness

Nurse. Helper. Carer. Educator. Clinic Leader. Cleaner. Friend. It's time to reflect upon the wonderful work of veterinary nurses, it's Veterinary Nurse Awareness Month...

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National Pet Month

It's time to celebrate our pets and all of the joy they bring to our lives! In honour of National Pet Month, we discuss what it means to be a responsible pet owner...

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Spring Tips

Whether you're cleaning, kicking back in the garden or heading out for a walk, we know what to watch out for this spring in order to keep your pets safe and healthy...

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Your Rabbits' Lifestyle

Many pet rabbits in the UK live without their essential freedoms. To raise awareness, and in celebration of Easter, we take a look at providing rabbits with the best care...

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Chocolate is Poisonous

We're afraid the rumours are true: chocolate is very bad for cats and dogs. We take a look at the science behind chocolate poisoning and what to do if you're worried...

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Staying Safe in the Snow

Snow: beautiful to look at, but not the most comfortable for little paws when they're out walking. Click below to read our top tips for keeping your pets cosy in the cold...

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Stopping Alabama Rot

Keep paws clean and dry, checking often for cuts or lesions; avoid dirty, muddy areas and you'll help to keep your dog safe from an unpleasant disease known as Alabama Rot...

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Weight Busters: Sooty

Sooty's weight-loss success...

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Pet Dental Health Month

Looking after your pet's teeth is very important! As we celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month, we look at how to prevent dental disease and freshen our pets' breath...

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5 Enrichment Tips for Cats

Did you know cats can be trained too? In fact, they thrive on mental and physical stimulation. Click below to read about the best ways of keeping your cat's mind occupied...

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