Health & Nutrition
- July 19, 2021Aside from being incredibly adorable, our pet’s noses are pretty amazing things. A dog’s nose has up to 100 million more receptors than our humble human noses and the part of a dog's brain that processes smells is 40 times bigger than ours! Cats have even more receptors with up to 200 million in those cute little schnozzes.
- July 16, 2021With so many products out there, it can be hard to know where to begin to choose the best food for your pet. This article will look at the pros and cons of wet food versus dry food for both cats and dogs, and covers what you should consider when choosing a food for your furry friend.
- July 06, 2021In this article, we provide an outline of the most common types of cancer in dogs and cats, some of the symptoms of each type and other symptoms to be on the lookout for. It also explores treatment options, causes of cancer in pets and things that you as a pet owner can do to reduce your pet’s risk of developing cancer.
- July 06, 2021It can be hard to know when you should take your pet to see their vet, or if you should wait and see how they are in the morning. This article will explore some conditions or symptoms that, if present in your pet, may require a trip to the vet.
- July 06, 2021
Epilepsy is the most common neurological disorder found in cats and dogs and can affect around 1-3% of cats and between 0.5-6% of dogs. Seizures are a symptom of epilepsy, but not all types of seizures are caused by epilepsy. A dysfunction of the brain's electrical activity causes seizures in both pets and humans, although the specific mechanisms that cause seizures are not fully understood.
- July 06, 2021While a 100% vegan diet isn't ideal for dogs, the inclusion of some fruits and vegetables in their diet can be beneficial for their health. If you've often wondered which fruits and vegetables are safe to give to your dog look no further! We've grouped some of the more popular fruits and vegetables into three categories to make it easy for you to see exactly which fruits and vegetables are safe to give to your dog.