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Cooling summer treats for your dog

On a hot summer’s day, lots of people love to share their ice cream with their dog (or even buy them one of their own!). However, ice cream can...

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This summer your pets will be keen to get out and about on their summer adventures or may simply want to soak up the sun in their favourite spot in...

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Fleas will be out in full force during the summer, hiding in your homes, parks and gardens.  So, it’s important to check your pet...

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Why your pet will be itching to get out of the heat this summer!

With all this glorious sunny weather our pets will be eager to spend more time outdoors ‘catching some rays’. But they are not the only...

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Are you planning on travelling abroad with your pet this summer?

It’s summer and time to dust off your suitcase and dig out your passport.


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The increase in fleas

The problem with fleas today is that there are a lot more of these pesky critters about.  This is due to a favourable shift in the...

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Swimming fun in the springtime sun!

After all those dreary, cold and grey winter months it's time to get out and about and soak up some of that spring sunshine with our pets! ...

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3 reasons why it’s better to focus on prevention

  1. It can take 3 months to get on top of a flea infestation
  2. Helps protect your pet, all year round
  3. Avoid build-up of fleas in the home environment

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Fleas on your pet – just the tip of the iceberg

If you see fleas on your untreated pet the chances are that there are many, many more lurking close by.


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3 reasons why active fleas might be spotted on treated pets

  1. Treated fleas get more active before they die
  2. Fleas are hatching out in your home and jumping onto your pet
  3. Your pet has picked up a ‘hitch-hiker’ flea

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