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Buying Your Dog A Bed First of all a few key facts: A quarter of UK households own a dog The average price of a pedigree puppy in…
In a hugely growing market where the choice of care for your pets is expanding on a daily basis, it’s hard to know what you should be looking…
Each time that you use a therapist such as a physiotherapist, a chiropractor which may include McTimoney, or an osteopath, they are actually required by law to ask…
Narpsuk was founded in 2007 by a team of experts with extensive experience within the Pet Sitting Industry. Due to an absence of any authoritive organisation, the founders…
  Keeping your dog safe - Top Tips:  There are sensible precautions you can take to reduce your dog’s risk of being stolen: - Do not leave your…
There is no shortage of guides available on how to choose a great vet. Most require you to exhibit the deductive faculties of Sherlock Holmes or the interview…
  Helping Dogs Cope With The Loss Of A Friend ... Losing a beloved pet is one of the hardest things any dog owner has to face.  The…
Giving Up Your Pet - Help Is At Hand We all make a vow to keep our pets forever - but, sometimes life happens and peoples circumstances change,…
They say that you should never talk about politics or religion at a dinner party. Whilst I would agree with that wholeheartedly, I would add a further condition:…
  Saying goodbye - The Ultimate Kindness Virtually every pet owner would prefer their pet to die in its sleep because nobody wants to make the decision to…
  It’s that time of year again! Here are a few ideas to help you commit to your resolutions.   1. Get More exercise The best reason to…
I think my dog has rabies. My cat probably has feline leukopenia and my goldfish looks like he has trichondina. My pets are also overstressed, overweight, and lacking…

Keeping Exotic Pets

Exotic pets are becoming increasingly popular in the UK, particularly over the past ten years. There are now over one thousand pet shops selling reptiles and it is…
Created by Admin: 20th October 2014 Keep your pets safe and happy on Howl-o-ween Trick or Treat Yo'self! A big no-no! Keep sweets and chocolate off of the…
  What is a Rabbit Friendly Practice?  In the course of our mission to identify the best veterinary care for our animals, we asked the Rabbit Welfare Association…
The Vet - Pet Owner Relationship Other than his owner, the most important person in a dog's life is his veterinary surgeon. Apart from treating specific illnesses, a…
Complaints about vet charges are common, but are they justified?   We investigate the reality of running a veterinary practice and give some tips on lowering your vet…
  Animal Communication 'Talking' To The Animals.  it uses the 4 psychic senses Clairvoyance (Seeing) Clairsentience (Feeling) Clairaudience (Hearing) and Claircognative (Knowing) to telepathically communicate with animals. Society…