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  • Pet friendship

    By | November 30, 2017 | Blog

    Our pets can teach us so many lessons in life.  Here are a few things they have taught us that have shaped us into the pet owners we are today. People love to take inspiration from their pet personalities and enjoy finding they have similar traits to our

  • Food 2

    By | November 30, 2017 | Blog

    Food allergies account for 10% of all the allergies seen in dogs. Food allergies are the 3rd most common cause of allergens after flea bite allergies and atopy (inhalant allergies). While we watch out for our own children and adult related allergies, our pets

  • Main

    By | November 30, 2017 | Blog

    The Maine Coon is known as one of the largest domestic breeds of cat in the world. The Maine Coon breed has also been called the "Great Dane" of all cat breeds, a gentle giant. The largest Maine Coon ever recorded was named Stewie who measured 123 cm from

  • Tick

    By | November 28, 2017 | Blog

    Sometimes you can feel a tick or two when you pet your cat or dog. Unlike fleas, ticks are larger and more obvious when looking for pests on your pet. They tend to be large enough to see, ticks can also be found around the ears, paws, head or neck area of your

  • Eating disorders

    By | November 28, 2017 | Blog

    This is a very real and a complex problem that some dog owners face. There are a number of eating disorders affecting dogs, including overeating, under-eating, Pica, Scoffing or blotting and Coprophagia or faeces eating. If you have a dog that has any of

  • Deworming

    By | November 28, 2017 | Blog

    Deworming your pet should be a regular health practice.  Even if pet owners take care of their pets, worms can be hard to avoid. A severe worm infestation can be fatal for a puppy due to the resulting malnutrition or loss of blood (anaemia). An infected

  • Food-

    By | November 7, 2017 | Blog

    Some pets eat like they will never see food again! Pets that eat too fast are more likely to get an assortment of ailments relating to their speedy eating such as: Choking or gagging Vomiting Gastrointestinal discomfort Bloating, which happens

  • nose_SJ_01

    By | November 7, 2017 | Blog

    A dog's nose has a natural way of changing throughout the day. There are times when you will need to worry about your dog's dry nose and other times you should not be as worried. From wet to cool, from warm to dry. Most times, a dry nose is a completely

  • Pet gadgets 1

    By | November 7, 2017 | Blog

    Today there is plenty of brand new and innovative "pet-tech" for our furry companions. Most "pet tech" is designed to be helpful and make our pet's lives as convenient as possible. Some of these products may even help when it comes to safety, curbing poor