Category Archives: health

Tick Season Warning

Brits have been urged to take caution as the warm weather approaches and ticks emerge to feed on the blood of passing humans and animals. Gardening experts at BillyOh.com have compiled a list of top tips to help the public stay … Continue reading

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Practical Ways To Improve Your Dog’s Physical Fitness

To say that exercise is important, is a no-brainer. You might focus on some form of fitness during the week yourself, not only for enjoyment, but because you understand the benefits exercise affords you. You will reduce the chances of … Continue reading

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Honey Gives Cancer-stricken Dog New Lease of Life

A Scottish dog has been given a new lease of life after his owners were encouraged to try a honey-based product. Anita Myatt has been treating her 10-year-old English Bull Terrier, called Chubby, with Iminohoney for the past 12 months … Continue reading

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How To Exercise Your Dog

Sponsored Content Big or small, young or old – all dogs need exercise, not just for their physical and mental health but also to help develop and maintain social skills. However, it can be difficult to work out how long … Continue reading

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Make Your Dog Happy Too On International Day of Happiness

This March 20th, the world will be celebrating International Day of Happiness and whilst we’re all making sure that everyone around us is happy, be sure to give special tribute to your canine companion. As a nation of dog lovers, … Continue reading

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RSPCA In Bid To Help 7m Dogs Who Could Be Suffering From Separation Anxiety

The RSPCA has launched a campaign aimed at helping millions of dogs in the UK who could be struggling to cope when they’re left home alone. The UK’s oldest and largest animal welfare charity is today (6 March) launching a … Continue reading

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Crufts Breeders Challenged To Put Health Over ‘Beauty’

On the eve of Crufts 2019 (7th-10th March), a panel of leading pet experts, including TV vets and other influencers in the companion animal industry, has called for a championing of health over breeder-led ‘perfect looks’. The six-strong ‘Dog Breed … Continue reading

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‘Scottie Dog’ Enters At Risk Breeds List for First Time

The Scottish Terrier, more famously known as the Scottie dog and as the face of famous brands such as Radley, has entered the Kennel Club’s list of dog breeds ‘At Watch’ because they number fewer than 450 annual puppy registrations. … Continue reading

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Most British Pet Owners Leave Heating on for Pets

Research reveals pet owners leave their lights, radio and TV on for their pets when they go out Nearly half (49%)1 say spoiling their pets causes conflict in their home E.ON has partnered with animal expert Chris Packham to share … Continue reading

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Responsible Dog Breeders Improving Pet Health

A new study has revealed that the number of pedigree dogs at risk of often painful and debilitating inherited diseases is being dramatically reduced by responsible breeders. The research, carried out by scientists who work for the Kennel Club and … Continue reading

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