How To Calm Down A Dog on Fireworks Night – Even at the Last Minute!

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During this festive season, you know that Fireworks are going to occur often and they’ll be scary for your pet; especially for dogs on bonfire night. Don’t worry, there’s plenty you can do to help your dog’s anxiety and settle your pet. Here are some last minute ideas on how to naturally calm down your

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How Herbal Remedies Can Help Noise Phobia in Dogs

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During Autumn and Winter, when there may be Firework displays and unexpected thunderstorms, we recommend using natural dog calming products. As we don’t have these storms regularly, many dogs can be afraid of the whizz, bangs and rumbles of thunder. Our Scullcap & Valerian Tablets for Dogs and Valerian Compound for Dogs are both made

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8 Ways To Calm Down Dogs Ready For Fireworks Night

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Fireworks season is soon approaching, so there is plenty of time to get ready, so let’s get started on our plan for a quiet, calm and serene fireworks season for your dog on bonfire night! If your dog has anxiety and gets scared when fireworks sound on bonfire night, these 8 tips on how to

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How To Recognise Cat Anxiety & How To Help

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You’d be forgiven for thinking that cat anxiety isn’t common; these independent, sometimes solitary animals can appear fearless – we all know someone with both a cat and dog and the cat wears the trousers! Cat anxiety symptoms often reveal themselves on fireworks night or during the summer firework season. How can you tell if

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Pet Theft – How to Keep Your Pet Safe.

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Dogs are our loyal companions. They’d do anything for us and we’d do anything for them. One of our commitments as a pet parent is to keep our dogs safe. Sadly, in recent years, despite the very best efforts of owners, this has become even harder to do due to an increase in the number

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Which Hedgerow Berries Are Safe For My Dog To Eat?

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This time of year there are lots of berries in our hedgerows and you may wonder which ones are safe for your dog to eat and which should be avoided.  Here are some details on the seven most commonly found berries that you might come across on your walks – which are safe for your

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How You Can Help Your Dog Through a Phantom Pregnancy

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False, pseudo or phantom pregnancies can affect un-neutered bitches due to individual response to normal hormonal changes associated with her season. They usually start after the first or second season and unfortunately, if your dog has a tendency to these, she’s likely to suffer season after season with symptoms of increasing severity which is where

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