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.
When your dog has a food allergy, it is almost always a reaction to the protein in his food. To manage this itchy condition, Hill’s has formulated Hill’s™ Prescription Diet™ z/d™ ULTRA with highly hydrolysed protein to minimise the allergic reactions that can affect your dog’s skin, coat and stomach.
Many people find that buying or adopting a puppy as a pet is very rewarding. They are cuddly, cute and always give affection. They serve a great purpose as a companion and quickly become part of the family.
Besides being adorable, there are many other benefits to owning a kitten as a pet. Cats are generally very neat and tidy pets. They take pride in cleanliness and can be quite independent when they grow up, meaning they need less of your dedicated time than dogs for example.
Puppies are cute and adorable and make fabulous pets. Looking after a puppy is no joke though, puppies take a lot of time and effort and of course, they grow up fast, which is why, when buying or adopting a puppy, you have to be absolutely sure about it.
From the moment you first get a kitten it is important you look after it to promote good health. Cat health is something that one should take very seriously and if you begin with a kitten’s nutrition, you can set a good cat health foundation for life.
A large percentage of the human population have a lifelong battle to keep the pounds off. We are all aware of nutrition and what impact it has on our bodies, yet we as humans often make the wrong choices.
When Betsy, a rescue cat from Lancashire, suffered from stiff joints her vet recommended her Hill's Prescription Diet Feline j/d. Betsy's owner Miranda is really pleased with her progress on j/d: "Despite being stiff in the morning, she's more active and playful again. She also jumps more than trying to find an easy route".
Getting a pet is an exciting time in anyone’s life and most people pick out a young animal to bring home so that they can share a long lifetime together. This is all well and good, but you really do need to do some homework before you bring that new puppy home.