Health & Nutrition Blog
Welcoming a new puppy into your home is an exciting moment but it’s also a big responsibility. To help guide you through those first few weeks and months we have put together some top tips on how you can set up your puppy for success.
As the hunting season approaches and you get ready for your first outing of the year it’s important to make sure your gundog is well prepared ahead of time. From conditioning and obedience training to your kit bag, we’ve covered everything you’ll need to make sure you both enjoy a successful day.
If you fancy taking a leisurely stroll with an alpaca near you there’s certainly no shortage of farms with something to offer. We’ve picked out some of our favourites from the many alpaca farms around the country that we know through our nutrition work.
Sweet itch is the most common allergic skin reaction in UK horses, and it tends to rear its ugly head at this time of year thanks to the warmer weather. What is sweet itch and how can you spot the signs?
Dogs can suffer with hay fever at this time of year, just like humans can - and it can certainly affect their enjoyment of the outdoors during the summer months.
Regular worming is an important part of looking after your dog’s health and wellbeing, whether you are a seasoned pet parent or you’re just considering welcoming a new furry friend into your family.
What is Omega 3 and why is it so popular? Does your dog really need Omega 3 fatty acids in their diet? And how can you make sure your dog is getting enough?
The sunny weather at this time of year can be glorious, but extreme temperatures can also pose a danger to us and to our animals. We share some simple tips to help you make sure your cats, dogs and horses stay safe in when the temperatures are soaring outside.
Corgis Make a Comeback: As the Queen marks her Platinum Jubilee this week we’re also celebrating the much loved Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Famous for being the Queen’s choice of pet, this lovable British dog breed certainly has a lot going for it.
Spring has certainly arrived and your horse will be ready to enjoy the spring grass, especially if they’ve been eating hay all winter. But how do you manage horses in spring grass and when is it safe for horses to be turned out?