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last updated 29/09/2015
The last of our urinary theme posts. We remind you that stress can be a huge factor to cats developing urinary tract problems. So what better way is there, to help you keep a stressed cat cool, calm and collected than by sharing our top 10 tips.
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last updated 23/09/2015
The third post to our cat urinary theme. We always say prevention is important to having a healthy cat. So we have put together this nifty guide; 12 ways you can keep your cat’s kidneys and bladder healthy to prevent urinary health problems arising.
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last updated 16/09/2015
The second post to our cat urinary theme. We give you the golden rules of the litter tray. From litter training kittens to tray location and even getting rid of that cat pee smell out of your carpet. We walk you through 10 cat litter tray hygiene rules you won’t want to live without.
13 things you never knew about cat owners and cat pee
last updated 11/09/2015
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.
last updated 18/09/2013
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.
last updated 28/08/2013
If you have an overweight pet, you’re not alone. As many as 1 in 3 pets in the UK are overweight because many pet owners think ‘more food’ means ‘more love.’
last updated 11/09/2009 14:46:00
Owning a cat as a pet has many benefits. They are neat and are very self-reliant. While the cat will be able to be independent in some ways, it is important that you take care of the cat’s diet.
last updated 11/09/2009 14:28:00
Cats make awesome pets, especially because they are by their very nature very clean creatures who don’t require constant attention.
last updated 11/09/2009 14:18:00
As a dog owner, you will know how worrying it can be to see your pet unwell. Your dog cannot tell you what is wrong with him or her and so, you do not always know how to fix the problem.
last updated 11/09/2009 12:14:00
When you first get a pet, whether it’s a dog or a cat, there are a lot of things to consider. Your new pet is so cute and cuddly and playful.
last updated 11/09/2009 12:07:00
A shiny coat and the right amount of energy is one sign of excellent nutrition. Your dog is what he eats and good dog nutrition can help to determine whether he will be a healthy pet or not.
last updated 2011
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.
last updated 2011
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.
last updated 2011
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.
last updated 10/09/2009 09:36:00
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.
last updated 03/09/2009 11:24:00
Many experienced cat owners will know that cats need specific and specialised nutrition in order to live full and healthy lives.
last updated 03/09/2009 11:11:00
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.
last updated 2011
Sometimes people put off taking their dog to see a vet because they don't want any unnecessary expense, which is understandable.
last updated 2011
Dogs are often rather energetic creatures and exercise is the perfect way for them to burn off all that excess energy. As a matter of fact, exercise is a vital part of dog health.
last updated 03/09/2009 10:47:00
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".
last updated 03/09/2009 10:47:00
All cat owners are going to try to introduce new foods to their kitties at some point or another, whether these new foods are table scraps or specially made cat diets.
last updated 03/09/2009 10:24:00
When you own a pet you will want to make sure that you get all the health and nutrition facts straight in order to raise and share your life with a healthy and happy furry companion.
last updated 03/09/2009 10:09:00
To understand why cats are carnivores, we need to look at the physiology of cats and why a human diet is not sufficient for cats and they must be fed specialist cat diets instead.
last updated 03/09/2009 09:46:00
Human babies need specific foods to help them grow strong and kittens need special kitten food to help them grow and develop normally.
last updated 02/09/2009 16:55:00
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.
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