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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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Dog Grooming in Whitechapel, Stepney, Mile End

The Otto & Alice Mobile Pet Grooming Studio offers dog grooming Whitechapel, Stepney, Mile End. Priceless Convenience – We Come to You.

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Crate Training Your Dog

Crate training is something that all dog owners are likely to need at some point in a dog’s life. At Cats, Dogs & Peace of Mind we can build it into how we help you look after your dogs while you’re away, or simply too busy! It’s not something that everyone agrees with but when […]

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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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Take Your Dog to the Beach – Without Risking a Fine

Dog owners face £75 fines if they walk their pets on non dog-friendly beaches because local councils have chosen to ban canines during the summer months. In a nation that is supposed to be dog-friendly, it is extremely unfortunate that dog walkers are being warned they could face a prosecution or fines if they breach […]

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Keep Pets Cool When Temperatures Rise

Long-range predictions are pointing towards an even hotter July and August than we have already seen in May and June, with lengthy bouts of blazing sunshine possible all the way to autumn. It’s time to keep pets cool! A large area of high pressure stretching from the Atlantic across Britain to Scandinavia in the east […]

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Cuba’s street dogs face government death squads

Dogs that live on the streets of Cuba are facing agonising deaths every day, according to Brian Davies, Founder of The Network Of Animals that campaigns against animal cruelty throughout the world. Davies went to investigate and what he found was a country where it is down to volunteer individuals to care for the street dogs, […]

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Spring Heralds The Scourge of Ticks

Ticks already have it in their diaries: The Spring Equinox is due on Monday, 20 March, and the signs of the new season are already upon us even at the beginning of the month. For us pet owners, while Spring may be bringing us welcome lighter days and evenings, as well as even more appealing […]

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