If you didn’t know this month is urology awareness month for humans. However, we’ve taken the liberty to use this month to focus on a key issue in cats, urine health problems and Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD). Read the first of our posts this month that highlights 13 things about cat owners and cat pee you didn’t know
We are well into summer, a time when we normally stop the healthy regimes and fall back into old habits while enjoying the warm weather. But we’re telling you that there is still some fitness fun to be had, involving your dog of course. Sink your teeth into our ‘how to guide’ on running your own doggy boot camp session
. Whether you do it by yourself in the back garden, or with a few friends at your local park, you and your four legged friend will stay fit and healthy while having fun in the sun together.
Addressing these conditions together is a great way to help get dogs active again - getting the weight off helps ease joints, and easing joints helps dogs be more active and burn more calories. Ask your vet about NEW Hill’s™ Prescription Diet™ Metabolic+Mobility! Learn more…