Jo Blogs

Skin Cancers in Pets

Suncream  for my pet? Our next instalment of Jo Blogs discusses the risk of sun exposure in our pets. We have discussed heatstroke and the risk that this poses but did you know our pets can be at risk of skin cancer too?  Skin cancer in pets – what is the risk? Pets, especially those… Read more »

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Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot!

When it comes to the summer months, we all want to enjoy some glorious sunshine. Our pets can enjoy it for short periods too but remember there is a risk of heatstroke if they stay out in the sun for too long. This blog looks at how to safely enjoy the sunshine and some tips… Read more »

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Pet Travel Safety

Whether it’s local or long distance travel, we’re here to help with some tips for keeping your pets happy and safe. On the roads: It is now a common sight to see dogs travelling with their owners in cars and other vehicles. However it is a legal requirement that dogs or other animals travelling in… Read more »

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Summer skin problems

Summer can be a difficult time for our pets. As we’ve discussed over the last few weeks stings, grass seeds, heatstroke and fly strike can all cause major problems for them. But for some of our pets summer is the peak of a problem that can be all year round. If your pet suffers from… Read more »

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Jo Blogs in Summer

With summer well and truly here we decided it would be a good time to talk you through some of the hazards in this period. We’ve already mentioned heatstroke and fly strike but we will now focus on what else can go wrong in this season. Today we start with grass seeds. Grass Seeds What… Read more »

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Stings and Bites

With the summer sun, our pets are at more risk of injuries from stings and bites. This article covers some basic advice on what to watch out for over this period for your pets. What could cause a sting or bite? There are many things that could lead to a sting or bite in our… Read more »

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How to stay calm through Covid-19

Did you know that April is Stress Awareness Month? Unfortunately, stress is something most of us have been experiencing to some degree over the last month due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We wanted to provide some tips to try and keep you and your animals calm during the lockdown. We hope this helps. Keep a… Read more »

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Spring Wildlife Advice

Spring is here! With this season we see plenty of wildlife enjoying the beautiful British countryside and the great outdoors. Spring is also a time for new life in most species and so we wanted to give some advice on what to do if you see young wildlife in need. We’ll talk you through general… Read more »

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