Arthritis in cats isn’t as uncommon as you might think. However, cats are so good at hiding when they’re in pain that you may not realise your cat is struggling with the disease until it’s too late. In our blog, we explain the signs of arthritis in cats as well as advice on available cat arthritis treatments.
It's only natural to worry about our pets when the temperatures drop, especially those that live outside. If you're leaving your rabbits or guinea pigs outside this winter, check out our handy tips for keeping them warm and snug this winter.
Diabetes is a life-long condition that can have dire consequences on your dog's health if not managed properly. Find out more about canine diabetes, including the early warning signs and what treatments are available, in our latest blog.
Did you know that only 5% of fleas in an infestation are on your pet? Flea eggs, larvae and pupae are able to burrow into your home, making it even easier for them to reinfest your pet. Here, we explain how to combat the fleas living in your home, so you can effectively break the flea lifecycle.
Approximately 10% of older cats are diagnosed with hyperthyroidism yearly, but what does that mean? Here, we discuss what feline hyperthyroidism is and what kinds of treatments are available.
While we find fireworks delightful, they can cause a lot of stress and anxiety in pets. Here we discuss the effects fireworks may have on your pet and how you can help them cope with this Bonfire Night.
Red eyes are a sure sign that something is wrong with your dog, whether the condition is related to their eyes or not. From glaucoma and dry eye to allergies and conjunctivitis, find out what's causing your dog's red eyes and how to treat it.
Does your dog suffer from tear staining? You’re not alone. Tear stains are a common problem that many dog owners face, but that’s where we come in. Learn how to recognise and treat tear stains in dogs with our latest blog.
Just because something is natural doesn’t necessarily make it safe. Essential oils have been used for decades for their lovely smells and are often found in various products and practices, including homeware products, beauty products, aromatherapy, and more. But did you know some of these oils also pose a deadly threat to our four-legged friends?
While there is no defining cause, cystitis can affect cats of any age, regardless of their gender and is actually more common than you'd think. In our latest blog, we take a look at signs of cystitis in cats so you can be ready if your cat suffers from a flare up.