Home Essentials for your four paws during lockdown!

So it seems we are all going to be limited in our movements for the next good while, it is therefore super important that you are as prepared as you can be to take care of your pets if they get into scrapes or general naughtiness. What I wanted to cover therefore in this blog is just some tips on things to include in a Doggie First Aid kit, and how to ensure you are best equipped to cope with any eventuality. Note: Do not hesitate to still get your dog to the Vet in cases of emergency, such as poisoning or bloat or serious injury; and if symptoms continue over more than 48 hours. The Vets are still operating as they are considered an essential service. The following are a list of items that

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No medicinal properties are claimed for any of these items but they can help in the maintenance of good health. Whilst we are happy to discuss any problems you may be experiencing with you or your dogs, we are not allowed by law to either offer a diagnosis or prescribe any treatments and may only give general information and teach you how to look after your own pets. If you are in any doubt about the health of your animals you must always consult your vet in the first instance. 

 If you or  your pets are either trying to conceive, pregnant or lactating or taking prescribed or over the counter medicines or suffer from any allergies, sensitivities or on-going health problems then it is essential that you contact your vet or doctor as appropriate for advice before using any of the products

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