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As summer approaches is important to keep your pets hydrated. Our artical below is full of warning signs as well as tips and tricks to prevent stress and keep your four legged friend healthy and happy.

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Winter Pet-siderations

21/04/2012 12:02 pm | Posted in Dogs & Puppies Cats & Kittens Birds Fish & Aquariums Reptiles By

Pets Unleashed

Our top 5 tips for keeping your pet happy and healthy during autumn and winter.

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Caring for Older Dogs & Cats

18/03/2012 2:07 pm | Posted in Dogs & Puppies Cats & Kittens Dog Health By

Pets Unleashed

As our pets grow older there are a few extra things we should look out for to help prevent pain and improve their overall wellbeing. There are 3 main areas we get asked about all the time in our shop : Weight Issues, Dental Issues and Joint Issues. 

So what can you do to help care for your ageing dog or ageing cat....

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Chronic Renal Diseases in Dogs and Cats

23/06/2011 2:15 am | Posted in Dogs & Puppies By

Pets Unleashed Admin

Chronic renal disease (CRD) is a common condition that can affect all breeds of dogs and cats. It could be a cause of sudden blindness if the blood pressure is elevated. The mean age at diagnosis is about 7 years in dogs and 9 years in cats. However, animals of any age can be affected.

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Starting From Scratch - What Makes Dogs Itch?

23/06/2011 2:12 am | Posted in Dogs & Puppies By

Pets Unleashed Admin

Excessive scratching is a common condition with dogs and a frustrating problem for their owners. Many dogs scratch, chew and rub themselves so much there skin becomes bald, red, inflamed and painful. If this is the problem faced by your pet, follow the process below to diagnose and treat the problem.

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Skin Allergies in Dogs and Cats

23/06/2011 1:25 am | Posted in Dogs & Puppies By

Pets Unleashed Admin

Allergic skin disease in dogs is a very common problem but trying to diagnose the problem and to treat it correctly is often difficult. Perhaps this article will help.

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