Pets are the most precious creatures. They make our lives lively and enchanting with their entertaining and affectionate behaviours. They are a source of unconditional love and adoration. Our pets are part of our family and they need the same care as we offer our other family members.
Cats are the most amazing creatures. They form such a special part of our lives. Charles Dickens’ famous quote “What greater gift than the love of a cat?” will resonate with so many of us.
In our follow-up to our How best to feed mum during and after pregnancy blog and by your request, here is part two of our ‘nurturing-nutrition’ series.
Helping mum provide the nutrients her pups need, whilst ensuring she keeps her own condition is a challenge faced by every owner during pregnancy and whelping. Here are our top tips:
Ever wondered what drives your local Trophy Nutritional Advisers? They love serving their clients, their pets and their business ambitions. Here is a snapshot into Marion's daily routine.
Out for a picnic with your dog?
Here is our poochie picnic etiquette…
As we head into summer and the weather gets hotter it may be good news for us, but it can bring about new challenges when it comes to looking after our pets.
Preparations are underway for the 2019 Annual Conference. Our annual conference is all about celebrating our achievements, talking about our plans for the forthcoming year and an awards ceremony for our top achievers.
Are you ready to treat your furry friend to the best Christmas ever? Here’s a great little recipe from The Scrumptious Pumpkin. All the credit is there for these tasty little treats. Enjoy!
Alabama Rot or Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV) is back in the news. The Kennel Club is urging dog owners to be vigilant as the peak season for the Alabama rot comes upon us. The condition was first detected in the UK in 2012 and is most prevalent between November and May.
Christmas, love it or loathe it you know it's coming and it's all too easy for the family pets to get up to more mischief than normal! The last thing any pet owner wants over the festive period is a sick pet and an emergency run to the vets. Here are a few hazards to be aware of and avoid over the festive period.
Palm oil is literally everywhere – in our foods, cosmetics, cleaning products and fuels. Leading environmental groups state that the displacement of indigenous peoples, deforestation and loss of biodiversity are all consequences of our palm oil consumption.