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The Do’s and Don’ts of Grooming Your Pet This Summer

Days are getting longer, temperatures are increasing and ice cream often comes to mind. There’s no doubt about it: Summer is coming! When the heat comes, many pet parents are haunted by doubt about whether or

Everything You Need To Know About Pet Insurance

Our pets are increasingly considered as important members of the family. A 2015 study, conducted by the consultant GfK, revealed that more than half of Portuguese households have at least

Spaying/Neutering Aftercare: Things You Should And Shouldn’t Do For Your Dog

There are many valid reasons to spay/neuter your bitch/dog. One of the main reasons is that spaying/neutering is beneficial for your pet’s health in the long run. At the same

Everything you need to know about canine atopic dermatitis!

  11.04.2019   Dogs, Pet health   No comments

What is atopic dermatitis? Ever heard of allergies? or atopy? These two diseases are an increasingly frequent reality, both in humans and in their pet friends. Canine atopy manifests itself

7 Most Common Mistakes Exotic Bird Owners Make

  13.09.2018   Other pets, Pet health   1 Comment

While exotic pets have had a popularity rise in recent years, there hasn’t necessarily been an increase in the knowledge of how to take proper care of them. Pet birds

Raw Diets – Are They a Good Option?

  13.08.2018   Dogs, Pet health   No comments

Raw food – what is it? Diets that are based on raw food are becoming increasingly popular among pet owners. Pet owner preferences as well as medical recommendations, have been

Neutering Aftercare: Things You Should And Shouldn’t Do For Your Neutered Cat

Most pet owners consider neutering their cats because it makes their pets healthier and more behaved creatures. While the procedure is both economical and beneficial to the pet, it’s highly

Everything You Need to Know About Canine Ehrlichiosis

  26.02.2018   Dogs, Pet health   No comments

It is generally known that ticks can cause Lyme disease in dogs. However, ticks also act as a transmitter for the bacteria named Ehrlichia which causes Ehrlichiosis in dogs. It

7 Best Practices to Keep Your Horse Strong and Healthy

Horses are such beloved creatures. The special bond between a horse and its owner are often visibly noticeable to outsiders because owners are known to dedicate so much of their

Rabies – What you need to Know

Rabies is a killer disease! According to the World Organisation for Animal Health 60,000 people still die each year from Rabies and almost all human cases derive from dog bites. The