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Seasonal Dog Advice

Seasonal Pet Allergies and How to Combat Them

Our pets can suffer from seasonal allergies just as much as us humans. Instead of a reaction of the respiratory system, however, in our pets, these allergies typically occur through skin allergies.

Indoor Activity Ideas for Your Dog

Getting outside with your dog can be hard work in winter, especially with dark nights and our current spell of very wet weather conditions. Keep your dog active through to spring by creating fun indoor activities for him to complete at home.

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Finding a Kennel for Christmas

With the festive season now on the horizon, you might be planning a Christmas getaway, either to a winter wonderland or perhaps a break to the sun. A key undertaking when preparing for some time away is to arrange suitable care for your pets, to ensure they are safe and happy while you are apart.

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Pet Safety on Bonfire Night

Guy Fawkes Night is a source of great enjoyment for us humans. However, the RSPCA estimates that around 45% of all pets are afraid of fireworks. This time of year is difficult for some of our pets; make the next couple of weeks easier by following our bullet point guide for keeping pets happy and safe around Bonfire night.

Creative Dog Grooming Ideas for Halloween

Why not turn your dog into a creature of the night with some of Groomers creative grooming products? With Halloween coming up on the calendar shortly, there are plenty of great opportunities to have some seasonal fun with your pet.

Autumn Pet Health Hints and Tips

Get your pet set for autumn! The changing of the seasons, complete with unsettled weather and temperatures, is challenging but exciting, and autumn is one of the most beautiful times of the year to be outside with your dog. Check out these handy tips as the seasons change to help keep your pet happy and healthy.

Product Focus: Summer

During a heat wave, it is vital we keep our dogs cool. We are all feeling the heat at the moment, but with their smaller bodies and fur coats, dogs are particularly susceptible to overheating and even heatstroke.

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Tick Prevention and Management for Pet Owners

Check your dog regularly throughout the summer for ticks, and especially after any significant time spent outside. Check around the neck, under the arms, between the toes and in your pets ears, and remove any you discover promptly. Ensure you wear gloves to protect yourself.

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The Flea Cycle and Your Dog

Fleas are the most common parasite to affect canines. There are over 2,000 species of flea worldwide, and many of these love to live on your dog! Approximately 95% of fleas host on mammals, with the remaining 5% living on birds. Fleas thrive in warm, moist environments and climates, making April – September in the UK an important time to protect your dog against fleas.