It is often said that prevention is better than cure. None of us want to see our furry family members unwell. Effective preventative health care and early detection of illness are essential to keep then happy and healthy. Regular health checks provide the perfect opportunity for your pet to be protected against health risks and assessed for any signs of disease.
Preventative healthcare is an essential part of caring for your new puppy. It is far easier and more cost effective to prevent certain conditions, especially in young animals, than it is to treat them after they occur. With some simple steps you can provide your puppy with a happier, healthier life.
During the lockdown period, many people have welcomed a new pet into their homes, and this has allowed plenty of quality time for owners to bond with their pet. However, as life begins to return to normal it is inevitable that pets will have to start adapting to new routines. Owners will need to ensure that during this transition they are able to continue providing for their pet and that the five welfare needs of their pet are met.
Winter is almost over and soon it will be spring, with all the loveliness it brings. But while you’re out and about, and indeed also at home, you should be aware of a number of Springtime Toxins that can be quite dangerous for your four-legged friends.
As the holidays sadly come to a close, no doubt you’re feeling quite full of Christmas turkey and New Year’s drinks. Perhaps this year you’re considering sticking to your New Year’s Resolution and going to the gym more often! Unfortunately, overeating is a problem in our pets as well