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Are Vets Intimidated By Client's Behavior?

While a great many pet owners think of their Vet as the first port of call in an emergency, a surprising 85 percent of vets report that either they or a member of their team have felt intimidated by a client language or behaviour, according to a new survey. 

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One in Four Dog Owners Don't Clean Up After Their Dog

Around one in four of dog walkers confess they don't pick up their pets faeces,

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The Overweight Dog

According to the PDSA 1 in 3 UK dogs are overweight. This can lead to further complications such as diabetes, heart disease, respiratory diseases, high blood pressure, cancers and many more.

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We Are a Nation Of Pet Lovers

Suprise, suprise. It looks like we are a nation of dog lovers. A recent survey reports 76% of the UK population are dog lovers with 26% of us cat lovers.

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Benefits of Owning a Pet

Research by Sainsburys Bank Money Matters into the benifits of owning a pet has revealed the following statistics –

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Three Amazing Cat Facts

Cats are enigmatic. Independent, aloof & entertaining. In addition to their on-of-a-kind personalities, they also have some exceptional physical features and roles to play in society.

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Holiday With Your Dog

Summer is here – (not sure for how much longer) and more of us are taking holidays with our dogs. This can be a bit of a challenge & as dogs are becoming more like family & less of ‘just a dog, travel arrangements may need tweaking slightly to accommodate you beloved companion.

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Have You Ever Noticed How Dogs Act in Certain Weather?

When air pressure is high the weather will be tranquil. When the air pressure is low there is usually a storm brewing & the low barometric pressure has physical effects on the body.

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Why Do Dogs Sleep So Much?

An adult dog sleeps an average 12 to 14 hours a day, however, puppies and large breeds tend to sleep even more.

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Improved Nutrition Leads To Pets Living Longer

Improved nutrition and healthcare has led to dogs and cats living longer. This is supported by research from Euromonitor International.

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