Our Summer Pet Care Advice

Many pet owners will be making the most of the warm weather by spending time outdoors with their pets. Take a look at our essential advice to keep your pet happy, healthy and protected over the summer.

Keeping Your Pet Hydrated

Read our essential Top 10 Tips on keeping your pet hydrated during the summer months.

Socialising Your Pet with Children

Owning a pet can be highly rewarding for children of all ages. Read our advice and learn how to successfully socialise them and foster a lasting bond.

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Flea Checks

Fleas are incredibly itchy and irritating for your pet, but they also cause health issues that are easily preventable. Find out what happens during a flea check.

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Preventing heatstroke in dogs

Heatstroke in dogs can be fatal. Find out how to prevent it and what to do in an emergency this summer.

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Ten tips for caring for your dog in hot weather

Hot weather can be uncomfortable and dangerous for dogs. Read our top ten ways to care for them in the heat and ensure they stay cool.

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Ten tips on caring for your cat in hot weather

Cats are sensitive to the heat and need extra care in summer to help them keep cool. Read our tips on keeping your cat cool when the temperature rises.

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Five Ways to Care for your Rabbit in Hot Weather

Rabbits can struggle in very hot weather, so it’s essential that you keep them cool and calm. If your rabbit isn’t managing to stay cool, there’s a risk that they may get heatstroke, Read our advice on how to care for your rabbit in the heat.

For advice on the health of your pet, speak to your local Medivet practice.

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