Dog Flu Pandemic

Much like man himself, man’s best friend is susceptible to getting the flu. Unlike human flu, however, the virus that affects dogs is much less recognised — and can be much more serious. The following article has been written to answer all your questions about the dog flu pandemic — what it is, what the

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Tips for travelling with your cat

Travelling a long journey can be stressful in itself, and adding a cat into the mix can often make the whole idea overwhelming. Known for being easily irritable, many people choose to avoid travelling long journeys with their cat as not to upset their pet or the passengers around them. However, travelling with your cat

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Cat Development Milestones

Raising a kitten can be a challenging albeit rewarding experience. Kittens age at a much faster rate than humans do, and so the first twelve months of their development are particularly hectic. In this article, we’ll be following the various stages of a kitten’s development in its very first year, and will be helping you

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How to introduce your dog to agility training

1978 saw the emergence of agility competitions for dogs. The Crufts halftime show featured a spectacle, similar to common horse-jumping shows at the time, in which dog owners guided their dog through an obstacle course using only gestures, commands and expressions. Since then, dog agility has become a widely recognised sport, and many competitions are

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Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat

Unfortunately, puppies have a reputation for being stomachs on legs and will no doubt be extremely interested in whatever you’re eating. However, that doesn’t mean you should offer it to them; there are numerous foods that are fine for humans but can be very dangerous in the wrong paws. So, to help you navigate this

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