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As a pet owner, you know that a happy dog is a healthy dog. So to help keep your dog happy and healthy all year round, we've put together a handy health checklist. We'll show you how to identify any potential health issues by studying your dog's behaviour and appearance. And to help you prepare for an emergency situation with your dog, we share our expert advice on first aid.
We also look at the importance of getting annual vet check-ups for your dog, vaccinations, and how to prevent and treat fleas, ticks and worms. Here you'll be able to learn how to tell if your dog is pregnant and find out everything you need to know about desexing. You'll also find a great range of tips on how to keep your dog fit. So to keep your dog in tip-top shape, read on.
Our healthy dog checklist will help you monitor your dog for signs of sickness or pain. Stay alert to the potential problems.
Being prepared for little accidents is an important part of caring for our pets.
Spring and summer is a time when skin sensitivities often flare up in dogs. Keep your dog from scratching this summer.
Tips on exercising dogs for health, fitness, and fun. Keeping your dog exercised is an important step to preventing illness or negative b...
Taking your dog to the vet once a year for a check-up is strongly advised – the annual vet check-up will help ensure their health is all ...
Fun activities for humans can present dangers to our dogs, so before you start planning your next big backyard barbie, add these pet-safe...
This guide tells you what to look out for with your dog’s teeth, and how to look after them. Dental care is as important for pets as it i...
Knowing what to do if your dog has an unexpected medical emergency is crucial. Read our quick start guide to dog first aid.
If you are worried that your pet is injured or unwell, the most important thing you can do is contact your nearest vet - there are also m...
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