Lets admit it, pets are like a member of our family! And, like any family member they need to be cared for, looked after and given some TLC. This involves cleaning their teeth and looking after their dental hygiene. As February is Pet Dental Month, it is the perfect time to focus on cleaning our pets teeth. In this post we … Read More
Halloween can be a very stressful time for pets everywhere. Lots of noise, fireworks, unexpected house callers and unusual environments can lead to unnecessary stress for your pet. In order to minimise the effect on your pet, check out some top tips from our experts here at Petworld. 1. Keep your pet mentally stimulated 2. Minimize Exposure Keep your pet … Read More
Fleas are common problems for every cat or dog owner. There are a number of treatments available to prevent and treat these pests
Our next Pet NCT Weekend will take place on Saturday the 23rd & Sunday 24th September 2017 from 1 – 5pm. Our Pet NCTs, which take place twice a year, are the perfect opportunity to give your pet a health check-up and catch any problems before they get out of hand. A carefully selected team of qualified experts join us … Read More
It is important to feed your cat the correct nutrition suited to their age, size, lifestyle, and cater for sensitivities and specific breeds. It is important to know what to look for in your cat’s food to ensure that you are providing the best cat food your money can buy. A good way to look at is, always work out … Read More
The sound of anyone (even my four-legged best friend) playing with squeaky toys drives me crazy! For years, I searched for a toy that would bring the same level of entertainment to my furry friend, but without the noise. So, I was delighted to hear that Hear Doggy had launched an Ultrasonic Squeaky Toys Range, yet I was sceptical. It … Read More
Dental disease is a common problem in small animals. It is estimated that 85% of dogs and cats over the age of three are suffering from some form of periodontal disease. Follow these steps to ensure you are looking after your dog or cat’s teeth to minimize vet visits.
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