3 tips to keep dogs stimulated in winter

Fewer hours of daylight and lower temperatures make venturing out to exercise your dog a whole lot less appealing. And, unless you’re fortunate enough to have flexible work hours, a sun that’s setting so much earlier makes keeping up an exercise routine quite impractical. So what...

Older pets not only surviving, but thriving, this winter

Snuggling up with a blanket and hot chocolate around the fire – there’s something undeniably cosy about winter. While you’re going about finding ways to thaw out your frozen bones, spare a thought for your elderly pets who need special love and care during the colder months. Here...

Top tips for prevention of dog bites

Having a dog bite you is not a pleasant experience at all, but often warning signs leading up to the bite have been overlooked and a bite is all a dog has left to use to cope with an uncomfortable situation. Because dogs and humans do not speak the same language the Pet Food...

The importance of pet dental health care

Although often overlooked by pet owners, your pet’s dental health is an important part of your pet’s overall health. Dental problems can not only be caused by, but also lead to, more serious health concerns and should therefore never be ignored.   The mouth is the perfect...

Parvovirus can be managed says Royal Canin®

The canine Parvovirus is a highly contagious and life threatening disease.