When the leaves have finally fallen from the trees, our gardens start looking bare and we all start spending more time inside, many of us turn to colourful winter houseplants and bring greenery indoors, especially at Christmas time. This can all look and smell lovely but can be a major hazard for inquisitive cats and dogs.
This festive season we would like to give you the opportunity to win some yummy prizes but also give to others! From the 9th of December to the 20th of December you’ll have the chance to complete the 12 Days of Christmas song and win two amazing prizes:
The total give away about the type of food that a dog is designed through their evolutionary history to eat, is their teeth. A dog has four main types of teeth: canines, incisors, premolars and molars, each with a specific job to do:
On the 3rd of November we were excited to attend the very lavish Battersea Dogs & Cats Home ‘Collars and Coats’ Gala Ball. Dancing shoes at the ready, we proudly donated numerous goodies for the Silent Auction. We were delighted to learn that total raised by the Silent Auction was a staggering £59,000! This is a fantastic amount of money that will help Battersea continue to carry out the vital work for all the animals in their care.
For many years the word bacteria has usually been associated with something bad i.e. something needing an antibiotic to get rid of. More recently however, the understanding that animals and humans also have ‘friendly’ bacteria, has become accepted and most of us are familiar with the use of probiotics to replace ‘friendly’ bacteria in sick animals or animals that have had antibiotics.