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Dog Left Scarred By Tight Muzzle Settles In New Home

Dog Left Scarred By Tight Muzzle Settles In New Home

A staffie/labrador cross who was left with heavy scarring on her face – probably the result of a too-tight muzzle digging into her skin – is now settling in her forever home.
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Indoor Games To Keep Pets & Owners Entertained While Isolating

Indoor Games To Keep Pets & Owners Entertained While Isolating

Following the Government announcement to avoid unnecessary travel and implement social distancing to limit the spread of coronavirus, many of us will be working from home or self-isolating for the foreseeable future. Pet food experts at Canagan have shared some fun indoor activities to keep pets and owners entertained.
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Owners Urged to Stop Stockpiling Pet Food & Supplies

Owners Urged to Stop Stockpiling Pet Food & Supplies

Pet food suppliers Natures Menu are joining many businesses in asking the public to stop stockpiling pet food and to buy as they usually would – as fears of a shortage in food has led to owners panic buying.
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Battersea Rehoming Figures Soar As Brits Go In Self-Isolation

Battersea Rehoming Figures Soar As Brits Go In Self-Isolation

The process of helping a new dog settle in your household can be difficult if you’re out working most of the day, which makes it hard for many to adopt a dog. However, a huge rise in home-working as well as self-isolation seem to have given many a unique chance to finally adopt, and take all the time needed to enjoy their new dog’s company while helping them settle nicely in their new home.
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Petfished: Public Urged To ‘Do Their Part’ In Ending Cruel Puppy Farming

Petfished: Public Urged To ‘Do Their Part’ In Ending Cruel Puppy Farming

A new government awareness campaign is warning the public to be look our for red flags when buying a puppy or kitten, as deceitful sellers dupe animal lovers into buying sick pets.

The ban on the sale of puppies or kittens from third party sellers such as pet shops or commercial dealers, known as Lucy’s Law, will come into force next month (6 April). However warnings from the government, backed by the Chief Veterinary Officer and leading animal charities, are urging the public to do their part by ensuring that they only buy pets from responsible breeders and are vigilant in reporting any cases of animals that they suspect to be bred in low-welfare conditions to the RSPCA.

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Can Dogs Sniff Cancer In Each Other? Ground-Breaking Study Launched

Can Dogs Sniff Cancer In Each Other? Ground-Breaking Study Launched

A study into whether cancer detection dogs can sniff cancer in another dogs’ urine sample is being carried out for the first time in the UK by the charity Medical Detection Dogs.
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My Puppy Won’t Eat His Food

My Puppy Won’t Eat His Food

My puppy has gone off his dry food. I have offered him alternatives, which he has eaten, but he won’t eat his puppy food. What should I do?
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How To Keep Your Pet Entertained Indoors

How To Keep Your Pet Entertained Indoors

Following the Government announcement to avoid unnecessary travel and implement social distancing to limit the spread of coronavirus, many of us will be working from home or self-isolating for the foreseeable future. Pet food experts at Canagan have shared some fun indoor activities to keep pets and owners entertained.
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A loveable crossbreed from Newark, Nottinghamshire, was crowned Scruffts Family Crossbreed of the Year last Saturday (7 March) at Crufts before the eyes of his proud owners, Hannah and Stephen Hayes.

Meet Clooney, the Romanian rescue who won Scruffts!

A loveable crossbreed from Newark, Nottinghamshire, was crowned Scruffts Family Crossbreed of the Year last Saturday (7 March) at Crufts before the eyes of his proud owners, Hannah and Stephen Hayes.
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COVID-19 & Pets: What You Need To Know So Far

COVID-19 & Pets: What You Need To Know So Far

Following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), pet owners are becoming concerned about the virus and whether it will affect their pets. To help owners understand the current situation, we’ve compiled some expert comments from FirstVet’s Dr Jessica May, as well as the updated advisory from the World Small Animal Veterinary Association.
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Vet Issues Warning To Keep Human Medication Out Reach After Dog Gobbles Down Painkillers

Vet Issues Warning To Keep Human Medication Out Reach After Dog Gobbles Down Painkillers

An Aberdeenshire vet is warning dog owners to keep human medication out of reach of pets after Jack, one-year-old Sprocker spaniel, needed an emergency trip to the practice for eating a box of human anti-inflammatory pain killers called naproxen.
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Vets issue ‘cold weather’ warning to pet owners as storm Ciara disruption continues

Vets issue ‘cold weather’ warning to pet owners as storm Ciara disruption continues

Extreme wintry weather is a threat to our pets, with dogs, cats, rabbits and other small pets all at risk during adverse weather. Common issues emergency vets will treat include; cats and dogs suffering from frostbite on paws, breathing difficulties from dogs who have short-noses and pets injuring themselves due to icy and slippery surfaces, or injuries on snow-covered hazards such as rocks.
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