Horses are famous for being easily spooked by unexpected noises and movements, and any good horse owner will know that
Most of us love fireworks. The sky lights up with a hundred different colours, mulled wine and late night BBQ’s…
Tapeworms… Blergh! It’s Wednesday and top pro vet Andrew Bucher is back with Whiteboard Wednesdays! Tapeworms are plain old nasty
We’re back again with our latest ‘Whiteboard Wednesdays’ with Andrew Bucher. And this week we’re here to talk about… Whipworm!
The festive season is well underway, but with Christmas and New Year just around the corner, what does this mean
(image: dailymail.co.uk/) At the beginning of July we celebrated the first ever national pet Remembrance Day, a day dedicated to
(photo: www.petfinder.com) In England we are used to seeing cats roam free. They are seen as independent and agile. In
You may have read countless tales of how dogs only see in black & white, or other similar “pet urban myths”.
A Cambridge researcher has released the findings of a decade-long study on the impact of pets on children experiencing trauma
(photo: doglistener.co.uk) Whether you are studying your own pet’s behaviour at home, or scanning through the hundreds of animal videos