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Winter Grooming Staves Off The Weather’s Harmful Effects

The winter and its weather are not far off. For many of our dogs and cats, it heralds dry flaky skin, coats that are dull and lots of mud-matted hair. Here’s what to do.

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Keep Calm & Carry On Through the Fireworks Season

Cats and dogs who fear fireworks are having an anxious time just now. With celebrations like Bonfire Night and New Year approaching, loud noises and the bright flashes of fireworks are becoming more frequent. While we keep calm because we know what the minor explosions of fireworks are, and can ignore or marvel at them […]

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Make A Safe Haven for Your Pet to Hide From Fireworks

Many pets struggle to cope when fireworks are going off. It’s important that we owners help them feel as safe as possible. The estimate is that as many as 45% of dogs, for example, are affected by the loud noises and bright flashes made by these low explosive pyrotechnic devices we call fireworks. Lucky pet owners […]

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Cleaning Cats’ Eyes to Avoid Problems  

Healthy cats should have eyes that are clear and bright. Sometimes, cats’ eyes may become runny, weepy and a crust can form. This is what to do.

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Scotland Yard shuts down the Cat Killer investigation, finds culprit – foxes!

The Croydon cat killer investigation is being shut down by Scotland Yard after nearly three years because the most likely culprits for the mysterious slaughter and mutilation of up to 500 pets across the UK are foxes. The Metropolitan Police has announced the move after a review of the evidence found no trace of any […]

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Cat Grooming in Whitechapel, Stepney & Mile End

The Otto & Alice Mobile Pet Grooming Studio is very competent at making cats feel comfortable when they are being groomed. We provide priceless convenience to cat owners throughout Whitechapel, Stepney, Mile End, by coming to you. There is none of the inconvenience of taking your kitty to a busy parlour. Our City & Guilds […]

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How to tell if your cat is lonely

Cats are often thought of as solitary creatures that are happy in their own company. It’s not borne out by scientific research. The fact is that as a domesticated companion species, cats come close to depending on the regular company of and interaction with us humans. Research also demonstrates that cats enjoy the companionship of […]

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The Truth about Fat Cats & Dogs

It’s not just us who are putting our health at risk when we carry extra pounds – obesity is a burgeoning problem for pets too.

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Does Your Cat Need A Bath?

Water and cats don’t usually mix, so kitty can find having a bath incredibly stressful. Here we take the heat out of the bathing issue. There are a few cats that actually like water or are at least used to being bathed from an early age, but if yours isn’t one of those it’s highly likely […]

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Keep your cat’s teeth clean and healthy

As many as 85% of our cats aged at least three years have some degree of dental disease. Groomers who get up close to your animals can act as a first alert to a cat’s teeth having possible health issues. Routine tooth brushing isn’t a feature of many cats’ lives. However, keeping your cat’s teeth […]

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