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They are part of our family but can sometimes leave behind a bit of a smell (we’re talking about your pets, not your partner or children!). Here are 8 tips to remove the pet smells from your home.

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We may talk to them, but unfortunately our cats can’t talk to us. So how do you know when they’re not feeling their best? Here are 9 things to look out for which may mean your cat has a health problem.

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Most dogs love a good old run around the garden. But, depending on which plants you have growing, it can also dangerous. Many garden plants are poisonous to dogs, so read on for a list of some common plants to avoid.

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We all know that humans need regular dental care to stay healthy – but what about our fur babies? Their dental care is just as important for good health, so here are some tips on how to look after their teeth.

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Foster caring for animals means opening your home to provide a safe, nurturing environment for a homeless pet until a forever home is found. Here’s how you can help.

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Storm anxiety is a very common problem, particularly in dogs and can be initially triggered by loud thunder. Here are some simple steps to try to minimise your best friend’s storm stress.

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While the cuteness of a puppy or kitten is very appealing, there are many good reasons why you might want to think about adopting an older animal instead. Here are 4 good reasons why.

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We all love our pets and often give them treats, but it’s important to make sure you’re not killing them with kindness. Offering human food can feel like a special treat but can actually cause serious harm.

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Keeping your dog’s vaccinations up to date is crucial for their development and to ensure a healthy life. It is recommended that you see your vet once a year for a general check-up and to make sure all vaccinations are up to date. Here’s why.

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Cats are carnivores, meaning that they need a source of animal protein to survive, so there should be no such thing as a vegetarian cat! Here’s what they need in their diet to stay healthy.

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We all love our dogs, but when it comes to food, some of our best friends are getting a bit too much love! Here’s how to make sure your dog stays a healthy weight.

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Scratching has important benefits for your cat – it’s where and what they scratch that can be a problem.

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Having a dog can be great fun but think carefully before you take the plunge and add a new member to your family!

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If your pet overheats, it can suffer heatstroke, which can cause organ failure and even death. Pets that are elderly, overweight or suffering from a medical condition are particularly susceptible, along with flat-face dogs such as pugs, French bulldogs and English bulldogs.

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