A Dog Is For Life: How to Help Your Ageing Parent Keep Their Dog

As seniors age, many find it increasingly hard to look after themselves. When it comes to looking after a dog too, life can feel impossible for an ageing parent. Of course, most pet owners aren't willing to give up their beloved furry friend when caretaking becomes too difficult. Dogs also offer numerous benefits for the elderly, providing them with comfort, social contact and stress relief. So, if your parent wants to keep their dog but they're struggling, what can you do? Read More 

Rabbit Care: Understanding The Causes Of Itching In Rabbits

If your rabbit develops itchy skin anywhere on their body, it's important to establish the underlying cause. Itching indicates inflammation in the dermal layers of your rabbit's skin, and if left untreated, your rabbit could develop a skin infection. Additionally, their secretory glands could be damaged as a result of sustained irritation, which could disrupt the production of oil that keeps your rabbit's skin and fur healthy. In addition to frequent scratching, your rabbit may lick or bite the area of skin that's itchy, and the skin may appear swollen or inflamed. Read More 

Hay Fever in Dogs: A Guide

If you are a hay fever sufferer, you will understand just how difficult the warmer months of the year can be when the pollen count is high. Hay fever is caused when your body reacts to pollen spores which are carried on the air. However, hay fever doesn't just impact humans, it can also cause problems for your dog. Below is a guide which will help you to spot and treat the signs of hay fever in your dog. Read More