Your dogs and cats don’t smoke (we hope!) They don’t binge on Wotsits or visit the local fish and chip shop a little too often; they aren’t kept up at night worrying about bills, their car or the nightmarish day at the office in store for them tomorrow. They live an active lifestyle and they CERTAINLY don’t head out for a pint or seven at the end of the week.
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As summer approaches, it's important to remember that our furry friends aren't as equipped for coping in heatwaves as we are. It's our responsibility as their owners to keep them safe, cool, healthy and happy during the hot weather.
Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month was founded in 2005 by the British Veterinary Nursing Association. Originally just National VN Day, it was not long before it became National VN Week, and it wasn’t long after that (2012, to be exact) until it became the brilliant, month-long campaign we know it to be today.
Raising awareness of responsible pet ownership, as well as celebrating our pets and the benefits they bring.
National Pet Month began on the 1st April this year and will run through until 7th May. Up and down the UK, a whole host of organisations have been taking part in the campaign and are continuing to do so.
Are you planning a good clear-out this spring? Got a good book to read out in the garden with the flowers and the butterflies? Perhaps you’ll roam further afield, visit your favourite picnic spot; the birds singing, the trees blossoming. Isn’t spring just fantastic?
Would the Easter Bunny Approve?
Are you succumbing to temptation, unwrapping those Easter Eggs that beckon to you from the mantelpiece? Go on. You deserve it!
Alabama Rot (or to use its clinical name: Cutaneous & Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy) is a very unpleasant and often fatal disease whose origins and causes remain largely unknown. Read on to learn more about identifying Alabama Rot and, most importantly, how to prevent it.