Regular, preventative pet care news & advice
Read on for a host of preventative pet care news and advice that’s completely free & updated monthly. In the stories below you’ll find seasonal tips and information on how to keep your pet healthy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply…
10 dog nutrition & fitness tips you both need in your life
Want to start a dog nutrition and fitness routine that will improve your dog’s life this year? We’ve got 10 top tips for making a plan.
Cat grooming and other wellness tips for 2022
Now is the perfect time to focus on your cat’s wellbeing after a hectic year. Read our advice on cat grooming, enrichment, and other wellness tips.
Richard shares why a cat microchip gives the best start to the New Year
Did you hear about ‘compulsory cat microchipping’ in the news last year? Read our article on why getting your cat microchipped is so important in 2022.
Read AllPets Vets’ advice on why your guinea could be overweight
Excess weight is a big problem for small pets. Discover why now is the ideal time to help an overweight guinea pig shed excess fat, in our article.
Richard Ryvar talks overweight dog problems and eco-friendly treats
This article contains some interesting ideas for dog owners looking for more sustainable and healthier treats for overweight dogs. Take a look.
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Christmas foods that are toxic to dogs – a Vet’s guide
Should you give your dog human foods like roast dinner, mince pies, and Christmas pudding? The team at AllPets Vets will tell you.
Bored guinea pigs and hamsters – how to avoid this at Christmas time
Can you avoid having a bored guinea pig or hamster when you’re burning the Christmas candle at both ends?
Christmas and cats – what could possibly go wrong?
In this article, head Vet Richard Ryvar, shares common causes of Christmas cat injuries and advises how to avoid them.
Seven essential health checks for your rabbit this Autumn
Richard Ryvar shares some helpful reminders for rabbit owners on what to look out for between vet visits, and in preparation for winter.