Why is my dog eating ‘Sticky Weed’ / Clivers / Goosegrass

In Advisor's Blog Animal Behaviour General Health By 10 comments

I have been meaning to write this blog post for a few weeks now, well I get reminded everytime my dogs do an excellent impression of grazing cows at the hedge side and I am always amazed at their enthusiasm and determination to eat as much as possible! This very common herb has a few

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All about Turmeric

In Advisor's Blog General Health Joints By 4 comments

Have you heard about Turmeric? Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a trendy, fashionable herb that has roared into the mainstream. It has been said to be one of nature’s greatest wonder herbs. In this blog we aim to provide you with a quick guide to what Turmeric is, how to give it to your pet and

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Herbs that heal the heart

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Help with your dog’s heartbreak. Just like humans, animals can experience times of sadness, anxiousness and loss. If your pet is experiencing one of the three below then the herbal experts are here to impart words of wisdom. Phantom pregnancy. Phantom, pseudo or false pregnancies occur more frequently in dogs than cats, and bitches that

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Pancake recipe for your dog!

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Its simple and dog friendly! Let your dog join in the pancake fun! All you need is: 2 Bananas 2 eggs 1 dash of cinnamon 2 tbsp of coconut flour Coconut oil for frying Method: Mash up the banana and eggs in a medium bowl and then stir in the cinnamon and coconut flour. Allow

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Our joints keep us moving

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We all take our joints and what they do for us for granted and it’s only when they cause problems that we think about them and take action to keep them healthy.  With our pets this is even more of the case as we only become aware of a problem when our pet shows pain

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How to care for the older dog

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We love our oldies, they have a special charm and a unique bond as family members over many years, so naturally we want to do our best for them in their old age – it’s a time in their life where they need us the most. Older pets often need more veterinary care and regular check

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Why give Glucosamine and Chondroitin to my dog?

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If you are looking for a pharmaceutical quality joint supplement that contains the best ingredients yet doesn’t cost the earth, Glucosamine & Chondroitin Tablets are the perfect choice!     Glucosamine naturally occurs in the connective and cartilage tissues and contributes to the strength, flexability and elasticity of these tissues.  However due to injury or just normal

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Banish your dog’s bad breath

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Bad breath can occur in all dogs no matter how big or small, old or young. Bad breath can become intolerable and disturbs the relationship with your dog. Many owners attempt to improve their dog’s bad breath by using toothpaste, changing their diet or trying different foods but sometimes the smell still lingers. Domino and

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Travelling with your pet? Karen Wild talks travel sickness

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Travelling any distance with your dog might be something they do not regularly do, so here are some handy ways to make the journeys stress-free for you and your canine best pal.   Existing car sickness may be a worry, so firstly, check that your dog is fine on short journeys a long time before

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Why your pets love Christmas too!

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Christmas is a time for food, family and festivities. Not only do you enjoy it but so does your pet.   More guests and family around the home means more attention for your pets. That means more strokes and kisses, even the lipstick ones from Grandma! However many pets do find it a little stressful

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