Taking your furry friend with you on holiday can be great fun. It’s important though to plan for the journey and what you need to do while you’re away so they enjoy it as much as you do. ... See MoreSee Less
As we start to look forward to a summer getaway and travelling abroad, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has warned globetrotters planning to take their pets with them to take precautions to keep them healthy and prevent parasite and disease problems. Animal welfare charity the Animal Welfare...
Please keep your dog well hydrated during this weather.
The most common symptom of dehydration is the loss of elasticity in the skin. When pulled lightly, the skin will not readily come back to its original place. Another alarming symptom is xerostomia, in which the gums lose moistness and become dry and sticky, and the saliva becomes thick. In advanced dehydration, the eyes sink in and the dog may collapse with shock. ... See MoreSee Less
Much like us humans, cats need special care when it comes to hot, sunny weather. Sunburn, heat exhaustion and dehydration can affect indoor as well as outdoor cats, so make sure you and your cat are fully prepared for the summer heat. ... See MoreSee Less