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What plants are poisonous to dogs?

What plants are poisonous to dogs?

Are you an avid gardener? Approximately 27 million people across the UK participate in gardening on a regular basis. If you are one of these people, and are also a dog owner, you might have concerns about how your precious plants might affect your canine companion....

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What causes tear stains in dogs and how to treat them

What causes tear stains in dogs and how to treat them

Updated: January 2024 The first thing to say is that tear stains don’t mean your dog has been crying! It’s very common for white or light-coated dogs to show this staining, and it’s also regularly seen in small and toy breeds. Causes of tear staining in dogs These red...

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The Importance of Good Dental Hygiene

The Importance of Good Dental Hygiene

Updated: May 2019 When it comes to maintaining your pet’s health and providing them with extra years of quality living, good dental care is essential. Dental disease is one of the most common health problems affecting dogs and cats. In fact, many vets claim that 85...

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How To Get Your Dog To Eat Their Tablets

How To Get Your Dog To Eat Their Tablets

If you have ever had to give a dog medicine, you know how difficult it can be. Whether it’s a pill or liquid, some dogs are masters at not taking their medicine. For dogs like this, you have to be stealthy. Here are a few tips to getting your dogs to take their...

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Mark + Chappell Celebrates it’s 30 Year Anniversary!

Mark + Chappell Celebrates it’s 30 Year Anniversary!

Mark + Chappell were founded 30 years ago to meet a growing demand for high quality pet healthcare solutions, without the need for veterinarian intervention. From an original range of three products, our portfolio has expanded to provide pets with premium healthcare...

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Probiotics vs Prebiotics

Probiotics vs Prebiotics

Probiotics vs Prebiotics? We don't usually think of bacteria as a good thing, but when it comes to the stomach, they're essential. Under normal circumstances, friendly bacteria live in the digestive tract in a healthy balance. However, factors like stress, illness,...

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