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Joint care for dogs

Joint care for dogs

 Helping our four legged friends keep mobile The older a dog, the more likely they are to develop an issue with their bones and joints and studies have shown a high incidence of chronic osteoarthritis in our senior pets. Whether or not your dog will be affected is influenced by a number of factors including their lifestyle, weight and genetics; with breeds such as the Labrador, German Shepherd and Bulldog being over-represented.While some degree of joint disease may be inevitable in many of our four-legged friends, there are a number of things that we can do to slow the onset...

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Puppy Life After Lockdown

Puppy Life After Lockdown

So, you’ve bought a puppy!
What an exciting time and, whether rightly or wrongly, many have taken advantage of the lockdown to purchase or adopt a puppy. 

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Benefits of a hypoallergenic dog food

Benefits of a hypoallergenic dog food

Why should you feed a hypoallergenic dog food?

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Tips for leaving your dog behind when you go on holiday

Tips for leaving your dog behind when you go on holiday

We all know how exciting going on holiday is, but leaving your pooch behind can be tough. It can be hard to relax when you are worried about how your dog is getting on. Check out these useful tips to beat the holiday blues!

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Dry Food vs Wet Food

Dry Food vs Wet Food

With a huge amount of choice available, selecting the right dog food can be overwhelming. A good first step is deciding whether you would like to feed wet or dry food.

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