The winner of our January Pet’s Corner Posing Pets competition with the North Devon Journal is the lovely Lani.
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We would like to thank you all for all of your continued support. We appreciate your understanding during what has been a tough time for everyone and look forward to a happy and healthier 2022.
Christmas and the New Year is a fun time for many of us but it also brings a number of problems for our pets. Follow these tips to keep your pets safe and ensure they also have a great time.
Find out how to identify, treat and prevent a flea infestation in your home
As the nights draw in and the leaves start to change colour, it is a reminder to all rabbit owners to prepare for the winter months ahead. Autumn can be a beautiful season, but it can also be very damp, windy and cold. Even though extreme, snowy weather usually doesn’t hit us until after Christmas, it is a good idea to be prepared. This is especially so if your rabbits normally live outdoors.
The increase in pet ownership, in particular kittens, has resulted in temporary cat vaccine supply-demand imbalance across the UK and Europe. The good news is that we have secured an allocation of vaccines and, with the stock we already have, we will be able to continue to vaccinate a large number of cats.
We humans are probably not looking forward to the shorter days of autumn and winter. For many people this often means getting up in the dark and coming home in the dark too. It can have implications for our pets as well, so now is a good time to review what we can do to keep our pets safe in the dark.