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Is This Clever Gadget The New ‘iWatch’ For Pets?

KYON is breaking open the lines of human-animal communication with its stylish all-in-one collar that provides a unique opportunity for owners to communicate with their pets. With many advanced features, this revolutionary smart collar, in many ways, resembles Apple’s watch. … Continue reading

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Experts Call For Change In Role Of Pets

Nestlé Purina champion for a better world with pets, as it becomes the first ever petcare company to announce ten comprehensive commitments UK panellists Professor Daniel Mills and Dr Claire Guest join other European leaders to discuss the significance of … Continue reading

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RSPCA Welcomes EU Resolution To End Illegal Trafficking Of Pets

The RSPCA has welcomed the European Parliament’s adoption of a resolution formally calling for action to tackle the growing illegal trade in pets. The Parliament (EP) is calling on the European Commission to take action to try to stop the … Continue reading

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Ladies Prefer To Spend Time With Pooches Over Partners

As a pet-obsessed nation, we’re spending a lot more time and money on our pets than ever before, new research carried out by Gala Bingo has today revealed. One in 10 of us says they prefer their pet to their … Continue reading

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British Pets Are ‘Forgotten Victims’ Of Deadly Disease

Experts have joined forces to raise awareness about the dangers of Lyme disease following new research highlighting a worrying lack of knowledge about the deadly disease. Despite recent media attention highlighting the risk of Lyme disease, 44 per cent* of … Continue reading

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Our Pets Can, And Do, Love Us…

By MARIE CARTER, Editor of Pets Magazine Anyone who has ever owned a pet knows they have the capacity for the kind of unconditional love that is seen otherwise only between a human and its offspring. The gentle nudge of … Continue reading

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Animal Charities Warn About ‘Millions Of Unwanted Kittens’

Animal charities have revealed that more than 850,000 cats* in the UK have had unplanned litters, leaving many owners unprepared for the cost and commitment of raising kittens and struggling to find them suitable homes. The charities are warning owners … Continue reading

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Demand For ‘Designer Dogs’ Fuelling Puppy Farms – Warns RSPCA

The root cause of the puppy farming problem is the huge demand for puppies of certain breeds, an RSPCA report published today has revealed. The demand for pups – particularly popular ‘designer’ breeds – drastically outweighs the numbers coming to … Continue reading

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Paralympian Libby Clegg And Her Guide Dog Hatti

Libby Clegg is one of Great Britain and Scotland’s most successful track and field athletes of recent years. With two Paralympic Games Silvers, World Championship Gold and European Championship Gold, she is one of the UK’s brightest young stars. Libby … Continue reading

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‘PETE THE VET’: How To Get The Most From Your Pup’s Early Days

By Dr Pete Wedderburn This feature was first printed in the February edition of Pets Magazine – available to read online at www.petsmag.co.uk. Before you bring the puppy home: Choose the right animal and set up his new home in … Continue reading

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