FIREWORKS

SOME TIPS TO HELP YOUR PET SURVIVE BONFIRE NIGHT – (the Silly Season is upon us again!) Bonfire night can be a very scary time for pets, particularly if your dog is particularly sound sensitive. It is now fashionable to have firework displays at any time of year bringing untold misery for your pets, particularly around November 5th. The following … Read more

Helping Your Dog In Cold Weather

[wp_show_posts id=”1599″]24th of November, 2016. Tips to keep your best friend happy and safe this winter Most dogs love a frolic in the snow, but there are precautions that should be taken to ensure the comfort and safety of your dog during the cold weather. Dogs get very invigorated by cold weather and snow. They may ignore the pain of frostbite … Read more

Christmas With Your Pets

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[wp_show_posts id=”1599″] The festive season is upon us and the excitement is slowly gaining momentum as we prepare for this fun filled time of the year. Everyone wants to enjoy the holidays without any hiccups so here’s a few things to consider over the next few weeks before the celebrations begin. Christmas can often bring many changes to your pet’s … Read more

Bang! Crash! Wallop!

26th of September, 2015Some tips to help your dog survive ‘the silly season’  CLICK HERE TO OPEN some tips to help your pet survive bonfire night

Keeping Your Dog Cool In Hot Weather

14th of July, 2014. UK enjoys the first heatwave of 2014.Here are some tips to help your dog cope.   We are currently enjoying temperatures in the mid twenties, but it may not be so much fun for your dog. Please read our tips for helping him cope ad stay cool. CLICK HERE TO OPEN Wellbeing Hot weather

Seasonal Risks to your Pet – Grass Seeds

12th of July, 2014. Now is the season when there is an increased risk of problems to your pet associated with grass seeds. This can also prove to be expensive in veterinary bills, and it is wise to be on the alert for signs of distress in your dog.   GRASS SEEDS Now is the season when there is an increased risk … Read more

Seasonal Risks to your Pet – Blue Green Algae

10th of July, 2014. Another hazard to your dog may be lurking in his favourite swimming spot. Blue green algae can thrive in stagnant ponds after a spell of warm, dry & calm weather and can prove fatal to your dog. Pets can die after ingesting only a small amount of the toxin. We have received reports of dogs that have … Read more

When The North Wind Doth Blow…….

26th of January, 2014. Extreme cold temperatures forecast, help your dog to cope with the weather.  Beith is loving her frolic in the snow, but there are precautions that should be taken to ensure the comfort and safety of your dog during the cold weather. CLICK HERE TO OPEN Wellbeing When the north wind doth blow

Crash, Bang, Wallop

4th of October, 2013.Some tips to help your pet survive New Year fireworks Once again, the silly season is upon us, when legalised explosives terrify the life out of our pets. It has become popular to fire off devices worthy of a war zone for any celebration or party, the louder the better. A dog’s sense of smell is in … Read more

Keep Your Dog Safe in the HOT Weather

6th of June, 2013 – Some tips to help your dog TO COPE WITH THE HEAT In view of the current heatwave please remember the impact that the heat can have on your pet’s medications and store them at a cool temperature, preferably in the refrigerator. Insulin in particular can be rendered inactive by high temperatures and is absorbed at … Read more