Autumn is the season for fireworks – which can be a common source of stress to your pets. Around 50% of dogs show some fear of fireworks studies have shown.
You may be asking yourself why you should keep your dog’s or cat’s teeth pearly white. Well, just like with us, toothache is very painful and poor dental hygiene can lead to further health complications. It is very hard for our pets to tell us when they are in pain, so they can suffer with this for a long time before it is noticed. Shockingly, by the age of 3 the majority of dogs and cats have dental disease. Even worse is that dental disease is completely preventable – this blog is to help all owners to be aware of how you can prevent this condition in your furry friends.
More and more people are travelling abroad with their pets at the moment, but to do so there are a number of hurdles to overcome. There are regulatory hurdles (mainly involved in getting back into the UK after your holiday!), plus there are some very real disease risks present in other countries that we do not have here in the UK. In this blog, we’re going to look at travelling with your pets on a Pets Passport, and what you’ll have to do at every stage of the way!
Cats and dogs still top the charts as the most popular pets in the UK, however rabbits aren’t all that far behind, with more than 1.5 million rabbits being kept as companions. And just like cats and dogs, there are diseases that rabbits should be vaccinated against in order to provide them with the best chance of a long, healthy life. Making that annual trip to the vets is vitally important for rabbits, but the benefits aren’t limited to protection from infectious diseases!
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