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  1. Winter is coming

    Having fun in the sun with your pooch may no longer be on the agenda, and with the weather taking an unwelcome turn, The Pet Medicine Company have put 4 fun indoor games together to keep both you and your four-legged friends entertained.
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  2. A guide to a successful bonfire night for you and your pet!

    A guide to a successful bonfire night for you and your pet.
    Bonfire night is creeping upon us and as exciting as this time is we need to make sure we remember, remember to think about our pets! Below we have created a guide to make sure your pet Continue Reading »
  3. Our top safety tips for a cool summer

    It’s been a sweltering Summer so far and with over a month to go, we’ve put some top tips together to keep you’re four-legged friend safe and sound as a hound.
    Avoiding Heat Stroke
    Heat stroke is caused by your dog’s Continue Reading »
  4. Tick Tock, It’s time to protect your pet

    Wherever you live in the UK there is a risk that your pet could pick up ticks. Ticks can be found in long grass, parks, meadow, woodlands and kennels. Often, they will attach to your pets’ skin where the coat is much thinner, so a common place Continue Reading »
  5. Fruit, Veg and your pets!

    We all know that smaller pets such as hamsters, guinea pigs and rabbits love fruit and vegetables, but did you know that your cat and dog would too! Fruit and veg can make a great addition to your cat or dogs’ diet. Not only do they provide Continue Reading »
  6. Top Tips To Keep Your Pets Cool This Summer!

    Britain looks set for its hottest summer in 350 years, with this barking mad heat make sure you keep your furry friend well protected from the heat. Below we have compiled a list of our top tips to beat the heat for your pet this summer.

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  7. The Story About Jack and His Fight Against Puppy Strangles

    Puppy Strangles, also known as Juvenile Cellulitis, is a rare immune disorder to the skin that affects puppies. It often occurs in puppies between the ages of 3 weeks and 4 months and is rarely seen in adult dogs. However, with the early diagnosis Continue Reading »
  8. Prepare Your Pets For Bonfire Night!

    Bonfire night is celebrated every year, and for us humans is a fun evening filled with loud, bright coloured fireworks…but for our pets, the night is frightening and confusing and can cause significant stress. Animals hearing is much more Continue Reading »
  9. Sweet Itch. The Signs, Treatment and Prevention

    Sweet itch can also be known as pruritus, this is when the horse has an unpleasant sensation that leads to them biting, scratching or rubbing their skin. In some cases, the sensation can be so strong that horse can cause server damage to themselves Continue Reading »
  10. Paws For Thought: How Dogs In The Office Can Help Improve Productivity

    It has been proven that owning a pet can help to relieve stress, improve mood and increase physical activity. So, why not bring them to work?
    Pet-friendly offices are becoming ever more popular over the recent years. Some large and well-known Continue Reading »
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