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Summer dog grooming for health and happiness

Proper hair care and all round summer dog grooming is essential for dogs in the summer months: not simply to make sure your dog looks good but also to ensure they are in the best of health. Too often summer dog grooming gets pushed aside because we have so many other commitments – especially in […]

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How Old is Your Dog?

Everyone who owns a dog is bound to have heard that one year for your best friend equals seven human years. The problem is that the maths is not that simple. When we celebrate our pets’ birthdays it’s worth remembering that dogs mature more rapidly than we do in their early years, which means the […]

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Summer pet care to keep animals healthy

Summer has arrived and it seems to have hit with full force in London and the Southeast straight away. Here are our summer pet care tips. For a start, as far as summer pet care is concerned, when it’s hot outside, what do we need to do to help our pets? Keep Pets Indoors Pets […]

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Warm Dog Coats For When Temperatures Plunge

Jack Frost came out of his seven month hibernation with a vengeance today. Temperatures plummeted and our dogs turned to their winter wardrobes and got out their warm dog coats. In London some of us woke up to -0.9 °C. In conditions like this even when your dog has a heavy, thick coat of fur, he […]

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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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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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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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Chia Seeds Can Help Your Dog

Chia Seeds and Dogs Long considered a superfood, Chia seeds are now being labelled a ‘miracle’ food. The good news for dogs is they are beneficial for them too. The fatty acids in Chia will help keep your dog’s coat healthy – especially if your best friend is sensitive to fish and fish oil. Salvia Hispanica, to […]

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