Cat flu is very common and can vary from mild to severe. Keep your cat healthy and protected with our advice on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of cat flu.
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2020 was quite a year and although we’ve started 2021 in a national lockdown, that doesn’t take away from the fact that January is the month that many of us use to re-set ourselves or re-visit the good habits we’d like to develop, continue or improve on.
Most dogs are more than happy to keep going for walks whatever the weather and many of them will love frolicking in the snow, but it’s important to take a little extra care of your dog when it’s icy, snowy and freezing cold.
Most cats aren’t lovers of really cold weather, preferring instead to be warm, snug and cosy indoors. Learn how to keep your outdoor cat safe in freezing temperatures.
Rabbits don’t do well in cold weather, and snowy conditions can put them at risk. Unlike other small animals, rabbits don’t hibernate so keeping them warm, dry and protected from the elements is crucial.
The UK has now left the EU. Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales), including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, has become a Part 2 listed third country under the EU Pet Travel Scheme from 1st January 2021. This means changes to the rules when travelling to the EU from the UK.
We know that many of you lavish gifts on your pets all year, but at Christmas you have the opportunity to spoil them even more. Most of the shops have an array of gifts that you can buy for your pet; these range from very practical to rather unusual.
Christmas is a great time to be with friends, family and pets, and although it may be a little different this year, it’s highly likely that there’ll be a change in routine for most pets. Amid the festivities, don’t forget that a change in routine can be stressful for your pet. Learn more to help keep your pet calm at Christmas.
Christmas is a great time to be with friends, family and pets, and although it may be a little different this year, don’t forget that some traditional Christmas foods can cause issues for your pet.
Feeding your rabbit the right diet can help keep them healthy for years to come. Understanding how much to feed them can play a key role in maintaining a healthy weight, as well as knowing how many treats they’re allowed.
Winter care for rabbits is important, especially for rabbits that live outdoors. It’s vital that you provide extra care and warmth to keep them happy and healthy through winter.