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How to keep your pets calm during the busy holidays

Many pets LOVE a full house. Dogs who’ve been socialised around other dogs, busy kids and lots of activity can usually handle the lively buzz of the holidays. But quieter, more sensitive dogs, and especially cats, may have a harder time coping with extra humans in their space and all the additional activity that comes …

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What causes cat hairballs?

When cats get hairballs, it can be unpleasant for both your purry friend and you. Retching up a hairball seems to be a normal part of being a cat, but it can also be quite dangerous. What causes cat hairballs? How can your cat avoid them? When do they become a problem? Let’s find out…

Symptoms of a sensitive stomach in your pets

Like people, most pets will experience some kind of digestive upset in their lives. However, sometimes these problems are built in and pets need a long-term solution to help manage them. Discover the clues to your pet’s sensitive stomach and what you can do about it.

How to give your pet the best senior years

As our pets age, their health, activity and lifestyle needs will change. The transition in dogs and cats from adult to senior may be subtle, but recognise the signs that your pet is getting older. Here’s what you can do to help your pet get the most out of their senior years.

How to harmonise your cat and dog household

Dogs and cats have been portrayed as mortal enemies since time immemorial. Fighting like cats and dogs; Garfield and Odie – do opposites attract? But as owners of dual, cat-and-dog households will tell you, it’s possible to love both species equally and for them to get along. Here’s how:


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