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Desexing Cats is More Common than we Think

Desexing can prevent the production of many kittens that may not find a home and it is an important part of keeping your cat healthy.
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Cats and Car Travel

With planning and the right equipment travelling with a cat can be easy. Hit the road with confidence with cat travel tips from the team at VetBabble.
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Chinchilla Care Guide

Right at the start you should know chinchillas can live up to 20 years, so before falling head over heels for these fluff-balls, be sure you can commit to a life-time of care.
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Why Does My Dog Drink More Water?

If your dog is drinking more water, should you be worried? Sometimes increased thirst in dogs is healthy and sometimes you should consider seeing your vet.
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Introducing A New Pet To Your Furry Family

Bringing a new pet into our lives is a fun and exciting time. For our other pets, though, it can be an uncertain and unsettling experience. With a few simple steps (and lots of patience!) we can help improve the chances of everyone getting along.
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Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?

The technical term for eating poo is ‘Coprophagia’. It's a fairly normal behavior in dogs that you should be able to stop.
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Goldfish Care 101: How to Keep a Pet Goldfish

Are you considering adopting a goldfish? Our Goldfish Care Guide will help you make the right choices with tips on how to care for your pet goldfish.
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How To Stop Your Dog Pulling On The Lead

Taking your furry friend out for a leisurely stroll can turn into a tug-of-war if your companion has no leash manners. If your dog forges ahead and goes where he pleases, it is time you took back control of the lead.
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How Does Your Dog See the World?

Contrary to popular belief, dogs are not color blind. They do, however, see the world quite differently to humans.

9 Worst Foods for Your Ferret

Whilst Ferrets can be fussy eaters as adults, the food habits they learn as kits will stay with them for life. We’ve assembled a...
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Can You Train Your Cat to Play the Piano?

While training cats is often not as easy as dog training, it certainly is possible if you can find the right motivator. The key difficulty...
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Heartworm In Dogs and What You Should Know

Heartworms are foot-long worms that live in the heart, lungs, and major blood vessels of pets. It sounds like something from a horror movie, but worse… it’s a reality. Whilst US dog owners rightly worry about heartworm, this parasite can also infect cats and ferrets, along with wild mammals such as coyotes, wolves, and foxes.
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Rabbit Care Guide

Are you considering adopting a rabbit? Our Rabbit Care Guide will help you make the right choices with tips and advice on how to care for your pet rabbit.
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Why Does My Dog Have Diarrhea?

Whether it is acute or chronic, here's what you need to know about diarrhea in dogs and when to worry.
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Biting Ferrets: Nipping The Behavior In The Bud

Ferrets are naturally curious and will often give a little exploratory nip or bite to initiate play. Some start this behavior as kits and...