Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs

The earlier you spot the signs of CHF (congestive heart failure) and act on them the better. Find out more about this potentially life-threatening and life-shortening disease as we examine the common causes and what you need to be looking out for.

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How to Protect Your Cat from Ticks

Outdoor cats tend to enjoy taking full advantage of their freedom. They’re natural scavengers and explorers, often finding bushes and grasses to hide in where they’ll wait for their prey. It’s in these kinds of places that ticks also like to hang out.

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How to Do an Elimination Diet Trial for Your Pet

Getting to the bottom of all potential issues is tricky territory but well worth the perseverance. Arm yourself with plenty of patience as we show you how to do a food trial for your pet.

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How to Protect Your Dog from Ticks

It’s also likely to be tick season in the Netherlands, and much of the rest of Europe. In fact, unless you’re out and about during December, January and February, you’re likely to encounter these nasty little bugs that feed off the blood of their hosts.

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How To Introduce Cats Into Your Home

When you sit down next to a total stranger on a visit to the vet, the chances are that you’ll raise a smile at the very least. The evolution of greeting one another has come a long way in humans.

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Is My Cat Bored?

When cats wander outside, they’ll experience a wealth of opportunities for mental stimulation. They might stumble across another cat, hear the sound of a car’s horn or take in the smell of some leftover food in a garbage can.

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Pancreatitis in Dogs

Pancreatitis in dogs is a serious condition, which may have no warning signs, and could be potentially devastating to your dog’s body. The best way to mitigate the harmful effects of this condition is to recognize the possible causes and early warning signs.

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How to Handle Dogs that are Picky Eaters

Along with a reputation for being loyal, many dogs often seem to have insatiable appetites and want to sink their teeth into almost anything. That’s not always the case, with some known to turn their noses up at what’s in their bowl and simply walk away.

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How to feed your Picky Eater Cat

Cats have a reputation for being single-minded, independent and choosy. They can by nature be picky or fussy eaters. Find out how to stay on top of their fickle habits as we look at ways you can keep their taste buds engaged.

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What to Know if Your Dog Needs to Wear a Cone

Some owners refer to them as “dog cones of shame.” They have a point, but that’s only because some dogs can’t resist a lick or a scratch on a part of their body that needs to heal. Find out more about dog cones and how to get your dog used to wearing one as we look into why they are so important.

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