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Springtime Advice

Spring is officially here, and the warmer weather and lighter days are great for spending more time with your pet. Whether you’re tackling a spring clean, planting up your garden or moving to pastures new, there are a number of ways the season can affect your pet. We've put together some essential advice to help you keep your pet healthy as the weather warms up.

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Springtime Advice

Spring is officially here, and the warmer weather and lighter days are great for spending more time with your pet. Whether you’re tackling a spring clean, planting up your garden or moving to pastures new, there are a number of ways the season can affect your pet. We've put together some essential advice to help you keep your pet healthy as the weather warms up.

Toxic bulbs for your dogs to avoid

Some Spring bulbs and flowers are harmful to dogs – so keep an eye on your pooch, particularly if they enjoy digging.

No-deal Brexit pet travel

A potential no-deal Brexit could mean changes to the documentation you need to travel abroad with pets. Make sure you’ve got the facts.

Moving house with your pet

Moving house can be an exciting time for the whole family, but it can also be particularly stressful for our pets.

How to keep your pet safe from ticks

Lyme disease in pets is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world. Learn how you can protect yourself and your pets from the infection.

Pet microchipping at Medivet

A pet microchip is a tiny computer chip about the size of a grain of rice. It contains a unique code, used as a permanent form of ID and security for your pet.

Dog and cat neutering

Neutering is a medical procedure that prevents pets from being able to reproduce, and comes with a host of other health benefits.

How to deal with heatstroke

Summer means longer days, warmer weather and more time outside playing with pets. But it’s important to remember that pets can be a lot more sensitive to the heat than us, with heatstroke being one of the most common illnesses during the warmer months.

Five ways to keep your cat safe

Allowing your cat to explore the outside world can be great for their natural instincts and general health. Learn how you can keep them safe from harm.