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Whilst it can be easy to brush off getting into a scrap with other cats as part of their nature, it can be distressing when your cat comes home injured from fighting.
Cats are instinctively territorial and are not afraid to fight to protect what they believe is their space. If another cat encroaches their space or their territories overlap, it can lead to fighting. All cats' territories can vary, from just their house and garden to larger areas around their home, which can make it challenging to work out who your cat is fighting with.
Chocolate can be incredibly harmful to dogs because it contains a chemical called theobromine. This can lead to an increased heart rate, higher blood pressure, and seizures in the worst cases. Signs your dog may have eaten chocolate will include panting, increased thirst, increased urination, and restlessness, so if your dog’s behaviour changes, start to explore if this is the cause.
'What should I feed my dog?' is perhaps the most frequently asked question by dog owners, and rightly so. Feeding your dog a well-balanced diet is vital to their health and overall well-being. To correctly answer this question, we’ll be looking at the nutritional needs for dogs and the six essential nutrients that every dog’s diet should have.
With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the entire world, dogs have had fewer opportunities for exercise and have been spending more time with their owners, who are often inclined to spoil them. Ensuring your canine friend is in good physical condition and has a healthy diet is imperative for their long-term health. We have put together some top tips for helping your dog lose weight and stay fit and healthy.
Did you know that cats' teeth need love and care just like ours? In fact, it's extremely common for cats to develop gum disease after years of tartar buildup. You can even get special little feline toothbrushes and fish-flavoured toothpaste (which sounds gross, but it goes down a treat).
If you’re not an experienced feline breeder, it can be hard to know what signs in your animal’s health to look out for that indicate they are pregnant. If you suspect your cat is pregnant, our guide will help you understand the symptoms and the best way to care for them.