National Pet Month's Healthy Feeding Guide: Part 2
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2M ago
Sarah Hormozi, Head of Science and Education for UK Pet Food, shares her top tips on feeding your animal companion on a budget and the correct storage of your pet’s food ..read more
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Are You Reading All The Information Provided With Your Pet’s Medicine? Doing So Protects You, Your Pet, And The Environment
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2M ago
Our pets are a huge part of our lives, they help us emotionally, physically, and socially. They can help reduce stress and depression, ease loneliness by providing valuable companionship, encourage exercise which has many health benefits and can even help children develop emotional and social skills. They add real joy and unconditional love to our lives ..read more
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Welcome to National Pet Month 2024: Challenging Times, Practical Support
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3M ago
It's April and that can mean only one thing. It's time for National Pet Month! Here's what's in store for UK pet fans throughout the month ..read more
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MEET MILO, MY ULTIMATE CANINE COMPANION
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3M ago
Our pets make incredible companions and here's just one very special human-animal bond that demonstrates this perfectly ..read more
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How Well Do You Know Your Cat? Body Language and Misconceptions
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3M ago
Just how well do we know our feline campanions? Learn how to track your cats' emotions and mood and develop an even closer bond with the new PetWAG tool from Lallemand Animal Nutrition ..read more
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How To Find Help In A Challenging Climate
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3M ago
Looking after your pet’s health is a key part of being a responsible owner, but what do you do when you can’t afford to feed and care for your animal companion? Though things may seem hopeless, help is available from a variety of UK organisations ..read more
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The NPM Guide To A Pet Safe, Happy and Healthy Christmas
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7M ago
As Christmas decorations go up and our homes fill with festive gifts and treats, it’s important we do all we can to prevent our pets getting into temptation trouble and needing an emergency trip to our vet ..read more
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Minimising Your Carbon Pawprint
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1y ago
There are many ways to be a more sustainable pet owner, from the food you feed your pet and the products you buy, to how you treat parasites. Here are some tips from the British Veterinary Association on how to help cut your pet’s “carbon pawprint” – even small actions can make a difference.   ..read more
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There's No Such Thing As The Dog Poo Fairy
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1y ago
Let’s talk about dog poo and why it’s so important to pick up after our pets. After all, there’s no dog poo fairy to do the work for us. Read on to see how you can play your part in keeping our environment clean and our fellow humans safe from disease ..read more
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NPM Guide To Good Pet Weight Management
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1y ago
When our pets are of optimum weight, not only is chronic disease delayed in our animal companions, they can also enjoy longer lives. A 14 year study (Keely et al) showed that dogs fed to lean condition from early puppyhood throughout later life can enjoy up to two more healthy, active years. That’s more precious time for us to spend with our beloved pets. Weight management is such an important part of being a responsible pet owner, so here are our tips to help keep your pet in tip top condition ..read more
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