[Dog walking] 5 springtime hazards to watch out for

It’s important to give your four-legged friend some fresh air and exercise every day, however during their daily run around, there can be more hazards out there than you may realise. When the weather finally starts to turn, it’s always a welcome break from our long British winters. However, each new season can come with its own unique set of hazards. Pet healthcare specialists Webbox break down…

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How to work from home when you have a dog

Working from home with a dog can be a rewarding experience, but it does come with its own set of challenges. To make the most of this situation, it’s important to establish a routine that caters to both your work responsibilities and your furry friend’s needs. Start by creating a designated workspace where your dog can have their own comfortable spot nearby. Providing them with…

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Alabama Rot – 10 Confirmed Cases In 2024 – Dog Expert Explains Cause, Symptoms, and Treatment

2024 has already seen 10 confirmed cases  of Alabama rot in the UK, which can cause ulcers, kidney failure and even fatal if left untreated. Dog experts Kennel Store have explained what causes Alabama rot,  what the signs and symptoms are and the dangers if dogs are affected. Please see below for more:  “Alabama rot, also known as CRGV (cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy), is a very rare but potentially life-threatening disease that…

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Expert insight: 5 key trends influencing pet food production in 2024

Henning Gerstenkorn, Business Development Manager Animal Health at Ohly, shares the top trends set to shape the animal nutrition landscape this year The animal feed industry is changing, driven by evolving consumer demand, changing preferences, regulatory changes, and groundbreaking advancements in feed technology and ingredients. The United Nations has reported that food production from plants and animals will need to increase by 60% by 2050*, compared…

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5 ways to combat and prevent SAD in pets

If you’ve noticed your pet seems a little down over the past month or so, you likely aren’t the only one. This is because as the seasons change, so too can the moods of our beloved pets. While many assume that Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is exclusive to humans, many believe that it can also affect our furry companions. While there has not been much…

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[Dog health] Obesity-prone breeds and how to help

According to a study published in the Journal of Small Animal Practice in conjunction with the Royal Veterinary College, the eight dog breeds which have higher odds of being overweight are:  It’s worth noting that there are a number of other factors which the study found to contribute to a dog’s weight. Middle-aged pooches were found to be more likely to be overweight or obese, as well…

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