Find out about common issues affecting our dogs and cats today, and what you can do to help.
As the nights draw in, and the weather gets colder and wetter, there are more dog walking hazards to be thinking about.
This week we’re focusing on feline urinary health: What can go wrong? How to spot a bladder health problem in your cat? And what can be done to help maintain a healthy bladder?
In this week’s article, we look at aging in dogs, with a special focus on canine dementia
When asked, many people will tell you they have a particular type of skin, perhaps yours is ‘sensitive’, ‘dry’ or combination’?
Heat stress/exhaustion is a serious condition caused by the elevation of a pet's body temperature outside of its normal range.
Skin problems are unfortunately very common in our pets (estimated to affect up to 15% of dogs and cats worldwide) and they are often related to a pollen allergy.
Does your dog suffer from itchy skin? Does he scratch often, have dry or flaky skin, or a dull looking coat? Vets admit that skin problems can be some of the hardest to diagnose these days, so read on to find out how you can help support your dog's skin the natural way.