Now we are on the countdown to Christmas, many of us will be putting up the tree and decorations over the coming weeks. Your pets may also find this time of year very exciting and even come up with some novel games like “Climb the weird indoor sparkly tree”, “eat the Christmas decorations as fast… Read more »

November is National Pet Diabetes Awareness Month.  Diabetes Diabetes Mellitus is a condition that affects the concentration of glucose (or sugar) in the blood; dogs and cats become diabetic when their bodies do not make enough insulin or if the body is unable to use (is resistant to) the insulin that is produced. Insulin is… Read more »

Pet vaccination is quite a hot topic all over the world with owners debating whether they should or should not vaccinate their pets and lots of people out there have opinions on the pros and cons of vaccinations (just type should i vaccinate my pet? into your search engine and see how many hits you… Read more »