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Halloween Pet Care Advice
Halloween Pet Care Advice   Halloween trick-or-treating is an exciting time for kids but the weeks around the occasion can also be a distressing time for our pets. Each year in Ireland, animal rescue centres and veterinary practices around th...
27th October 2015 by Admin

Garden Safety for Pets
Garden Saftey for Pets   Keep your pet away from insect-repellents -citronella candles, fertilizers, pesticides, weed killers and rodent bait are loaded with chemicals that are toxic to pets.Know your plants- if you'll be sprucing up your gard...
29th June 2015 by Admin

Barbecue Safety For Dogs
Barbecue Safety For Dogs When the hot weather arrives and everyone heads outside, we want to remind pet parents that keeping animals safe from accidental poisonings and potential hazards should not end once you've stepped outside.  Hazardous f...
16th June 2015 by Admin

Tips for Buying and Selling a Pet
Please read this advice before purchasing/advertising * Do not offer pets for free or free to a good home people don’t put a value on things they get for free put a fair price on the advert and Donate the proceeds from the sale of the animal t...
26th May 2015 by Admin

GETTING A DOG
Getting a dog The decision to get a dog is not something to be taken lightly.  An adorable puppy can tug at our heartstrings but, in the end, will require a significant investment of your time and money for a significant number of years.  ...
28th April 2015 by Admin

MICROCHIP YOUR PET
Microchip Identification    Key Points Microchip identification is the most effective method for permanent identification of your pet It is safe, practical and effective, and excellent value for money A microchip can be implanted at ...
2nd April 2015 by Admin

THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE GETTING A PET
If you are like most of us, falling in love with a pet is easy. Pets give us unconditional love and loyalty, and provide constant companionship. Adopting or buying a pet, however, is a big decision. Dogs, cats and small animals are living beings that...
26th March 2015 by Admin

Understanding Your Old or Aging Cat
Indoor cats now live an average of 15 years, and it is not uncommon to see cats 18 to 20 years of age. The domestic cat in the wild (sometimes called a feral cat) has a short life expectancy-about 6 years. Accidents, diseases, parasites, the trials o...
22nd January 2015 by Admin

Christmas Pet Care Advice
Christmas is a wonderful time of year – but not always for your pets! Here are some tips for keeping your pets out of danger. Keep the following away from your pets, Alcoholic beverages Chocolate (highly toxic to pets) Coffee Mouldy or...
11th December 2014 by Admin

How to Tell a Dog's Age
  If you've taken in a dog whose age is unknown, there are some ways to determine his age. Here are some things vets check to get a general sense of how old a dog is:   The Teeth: Dogs usually have a set of permanent teeth by their seven...
18th March 2014 by Admin

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