Taking The Risk Out Of Puppy Shots

Researched this excellent article by Dana Scott on puppy shots and annual boosters. For most dog owners, it’s not news that yearly boosters – or any boosters really – are at best unnecessary and at worst harmful. You know that reducing the number of vaccines is critical to your dog’s health, but when it comes Read More …

Tips caring for our pets in hot weather

During a heatwave and caring for our pets During these extremely high temperatures this week, we would like to share  life-saving information for safeguarding your pets in hot weather. Keep dogs indoors. Unlike humans, dogs can cool themselves only by panting and sweating through their paw pads. Soaring temperatures can cause heat stress or permanent Read More …

Planning for the arrival of a new puppy and update No.1

 So the decision has been made after going backwards and forwards deciding whether it was the right thing to do for us and most importantly for our gorgeous 2 year old King Charles Cavalier, Paddy. Yes! found out today that his birthday is April 21st, same as Paddy’s. It’s meant to be. The new little Read More …

PET ALLERGY WEEK (PAW)

WELCOME TO PET ALLERGY WEEK! RAISING AWARENESS OF DOGS AND CATS WITH ALLERGIES It is Pet Allergy Week this week from the 6th – 12th June 2016!Look out for PAW at your veterinary practice, where you can find out more about animal allergies and how your pet may be affected. DOES YOUR PET HAVE ALLERGIES? Just like Read More …

Getting a new puppy

The 10 Items On New Puppy Checklist No matter how cute your new puppy is, bringing one into an unprepared home can have some messy consequences. That’s why we recommend you make a checklist—and check it twice! If you’re asking yourself: What do I need for my new puppy? Two years ago, Paddy came home with Read More …