Health tips

Lost your pet?

If you've lost your pet, there are quite a few things you can do to increase the chances of being reunited with your beloved cat or dog.

Preventing litterbox blues

If you keep a cat in a flat, or it does not always have access to the Great Outdoors, a litter tray is non-negotiable.

Beware of worms

Kids and dogs can be great friends. But close contact between humans and pets has its downsides.

Pet teeth should be checked

Oral disease is the number one health problem vets diagnose in adult dogs and cats. Unfortunately, your pet can't tell you when it has toothache.

Tips on hamster care

Hamsters are lovable creatures that appear to be low maintenance. But how much do you really know about caring for these animals?

Caring for your senior pet

In developed countries, as many as 40% of pets are classified as seniors, aged around seven and older. Does your pet fall into this category? Then he or she requires special care.

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