Pet First Aid Kit: Supplies You Need

As a pet owner, you need to make sure you have basic first aid supplies for your pet. Having a well-provisioned kit will help you to be ready to deal with a medical pet emergency if one confronts you. Keep your pet first aid kit near your family kit, as many items in a family … Rest of Post

Hydrating Your Hound This Summer

How does one hydrate their hound? It’s important to remember that it’s not just the ambient temperature but also the humidity that can affect your pet. Animals pant to evaporate moisture from their lungs, which takes heat away from their body. If the humidity is too high, they are unable to cool themselves, and their … Rest of Post

Winter Bedding – Rosmans

Winter is almost upon us and now is a good time to think about keeping your pet comfortable during the colder months.  One of the most important things to consider is bedding for your pet, ensuring your choice is warm, comfortable and weather-appropriate. Rosmans has a range of indoor and outdoor beds offering different features, … Rest of Post

Common Dog Myths – Know The Facts

Know the facts to give the best care possible. Whether it’s a tip from a neighbor or something you discover on the Internet, myths about dogs can steer you in the wrong direction. Here are the facts about some common myths: My dog’s nose is warm and dry. Does that mean he’s sick? If your … Rest of Post

Autumn – A Key Season for Flea Control

Autumn is the key season for flea control. Fleas can’t fly, but they sure can jump. These blood sucking insects cause irritating itching, hair loss and the flea allergies that pets sometimes suffer. Autumn,with its cooler daily temperatures, is a season that both favours longer term flea survival and development whilst still supporting flea challenge … Rest of Post

Pet Slowing Down? It Might be Time to Switch Food

The first sign that they’re slowing down is the first sign that you may need to switch food. Did you know…. One in five dogs have a joint health issues or mobility problems1, and Joint and mobility problems are common concerns reported by dog owners2? If you have noticed that your dog has slowed down … Rest of Post

Natural & Holistic Nutrition

Natural nutrition is the fastest growing segment of the pet food industry, worldwide. It follows that same trend in human nutrition because many pet parents have decided that feeding a more natural diet to their family is a safer and healthier approach to the welfare of their love ones. Simply put, natural nutrition is defined … Rest of Post

Protect Your Pets from Worms

The issue of worms is continually overlooked by pet owners putting their animals and family at serious risk of infection. More concerning is that your pets do not have to look sick to be carrying and transferring worm infections. The good news is it’s easy to take action with broad spectrum worming products such as … Rest of Post

Worms in Cats & Dogs

Worms in Cats & Dogs Wriggly worms – whilst they may do our garden beds the world of good, the parasitic variety that afflict our cats and dogs are ones we would like to avoid. Worryingly, some of these worms can pass onto humans and cause health issues, so prevention and treatment is very important. … Rest of Post

Just One Bite…

As the weather warms up, the mosquitoes return in numbers. Naturally, we take precautions to protect ourselves from irritating bites and disease, but what about our pets? Mosquitoes transmit heartworm disease and just one bite can be deadly for your dog. How do dogs get heartworm disease? The mosquito becomes infected by feeding on a … Rest of Post