After lots of TLC tiny Alfie makes a full recovery and is back home for Christmas

Alfie had severe diarrhoea causing loss of fluids, protein, sugar and salt, making him very weak and unable to stand. Overnight he received transfusions of all of the above along with intensive care, lots of cuddles and coaxing to eat from the staff. By morning he was on his feet and starting to wag his tail. read more

New year checklist for your pet

Here's some top tips to keep your pet in top shape in the New Year. read more

Handy infographic: Christmas pet dangers

We have tried to give you a few of the most common Christmas dangers around the home for your dog below. It goes without saying, if in doubt about your pet’s health contact your vet and they will be able to advise you. read more

Beware of the dangers of chocolate to dogs in the run up to Christmas

Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine (a bit like caffeine) that is poisonous to dogs. Read our tips on what you should do if your dog gets their paws on the Christmas choccies. read more

Tips to help prepare your cat for the Christmas fetsivities

So what can you do to help your cat if you notice they are not acting like their usual selves around the festive season? read more