We all need a treat to wind down after a long day, and it’s no different for your cat. While you might choose a cold beer, a glass of wine or a bar of chocolate, after your cat has been busy looking after your house all day, it deserves a little treat too. So, as your cat isn't into beer, wine, or chocolate, it might be pestering you for catnip?
Some of the signs are actually really obvious when you think about them and are very similar to humans; for example, they may sleep a lot more than usual, stop grooming themselves, become clingy, lose their appetite, lose interest in activities they used to enjoy.
Yes, you can! It depends on the breed of your dog, their size, age and general health. This can be very personalised and it's best to talk to an expert about your pet.
Just like us, it's important to look after your dog’s teeth by brushing them. This is the best way to prevent tartar build-up and subsequent dental disease in your pet. Of course, your pet may be reluctant to have their teeth brushed at first. It normally takes about 2 weeks for them to get used to brushing, sometimes a little longer, but it’s worth it. If you’re at all unsure about your pets dental health, jump on a video call with one of our vets for some advice.