Here you will find lots of animal health articles written by our online vets to help you learn more about specific health problems as well as caring for your pets and/or horses.
You will find articles on the following:
- dog health
- cat health
- horse health
- pocket pet health
So grab a cuppa and settle in to learn more about pet care and your animal’s health. If you find an interesting article don’t forget to share it on Facebook and Pinterest so your friends can learn more too!
Five Top Tips For Bringing Home A New Puppy
Bringing home a new puppy is an exciting time. Depending on your home circumstances, there are things to consider to prepare for your new puppy’s arrival.
Get your timing right
Bringing home a puppy is exciting and daunting all at the same time. There is nothing worse than bringing puppy home and you have to head off to work in the morning. Plan when to bring your new pet home. Consider
Can I Feed My Cat Tuna?
Have you ever wondered is tuna good for cats or what do cats eat? Well, fish for cats can definitely be a portion of their diet, however, feeding your cat tuna can result in health issues. Read on to find out why.
Does Your Cat Love Tuna?
The question "can I feed my cat tuna?" often arises as for most cats, tuna would be high on their list of most favourite foods. Whether it’s from a
Personally I love autumn. The days are usually crisp and clear with plenty of sun, while the nights are cooler. The gorgeous colours of leaves as they change colour create some magnificent scenery, but amongst all this beauty there are some things that may pose a risk to your pet. Here are some tips to help keep your pet safe in the autumn months.
Scientists believe that the dog early ancestor the wolf became domesticated to humans due to them hanging around villages. These domesticated wolves were quite happy to spend time with people in these villages because they could scavenge for leftovers. So, it seems that it’s instinctive for our pets to scavenge for food scraps even though they have regular meals and aren’t dependent on the food they find lying around.