Tag: dog tips

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Silent Fireworks Hold New Hope for Traumatised Animals

Pet Articles Posted on by Sandy Cosser

There are very few people in the veterinary business and animal welfare who like fireworks. Every year around Guy Fawkes, but now increasingly at other times of the year, especially New Year, the number of animals brought in to veterinary hospitals spikes. Furthermore, the number of pets reported lost or missing because they escape and […] Read More

Teacup Doglets: Cups of Cuteness or Cups of Cruelty?

Pet Articles Posted on by Sandy Cosser

I’m the first one to admit it: a tiny dog in a teacup is adorable. And in a world where houses are shrinking and gardens are becoming less and less common, there are definite advantages to having smaller pets. A French Bulldog is going to require less acreage and less exercise than a Ridgeback or […] Read More

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Ticks are a Real & Present Danger for Pets & People

Pet Articles Posted on by Sandy Cosser

Many dog guardians view ticks as annoying nuisances instead of potential killers. As a result, tick prevention is sometimes scatty. Some guardians may even think that it’s sufficient to bath their dogs with tick and flea shampoo after they discover some of the nasties on their furbabies. In many cases ticks go unnoticed until they […] Read More

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Easy Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe From Theft

Pet Articles Posted on by Sandy Cosser

Pay attention if you have a beloved dog in your house because dog theft is increasing across England and Wales. Over the past 2 years nearly 5000 dogs have been reported stolen, leaving thousands of pet parents heartbroken. To make matters worse for pet parents, dogs are considered property and theft is legally regarded in […] Read More

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The Best Tips to Choose Safe Toys for Your Dog

Pet Articles Posted on by Sandy Cosser

Dogs love toys: That is undisputed. The dog toy industry is booming: That is also undisputed. Sadly, the dog toy industry is not regulated. This means the materials don’t have to meet safety requirements, and neither do the finished toys. So there are safe and unsafe toys out there, and it’s up to pet parents to […] Read More