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  • Keeping horses more naturally Image

    When you picture the modern-day domestic horse, what do you see? I imagine it’s a comfortable-looking horse eating grass in a small paddock, maybe with a rug on. But how much does this differ from the wild horses of old that existed much more naturally? Looking back, it’s clear how much has changed for the horse, but how much for the be...

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  • Top 10 UK Bridleways Image

    When it comes to scenic bridleways, the UK has countless to offer, whatever your ability and trail preference. From laid-back rides to more challenging terrain, forest tracks to coastal paths, popular stretches to more secluded spots, our list of top UK bridleways gives you a mixed bag of routes to explore or revisit this summer. You can read our r...

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  • Top 10 Dog-Friendly Beach Walks in the UK Image

    With warmer weather predicted for the Easter weekend, there’s no better time to be enjoying the great outdoors with your dog. When it comes to coastal adventures, the UK has so much to offer, with a variety of dog-friendly beaches spanning from Cornwall to Northern Scotland. Whether you want vast sandy stretches, or more dramatic coastlines t...

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  • Knowing your cat's vital signs Image

    Life doesn't always go to plan and sometimes our cats can be struck by illness or injury that requires medical attention. In an emergency situation, would you know how to react? When faced with a medical emergency, it can help if you know your cat's vital signs, including temperature, heart rate, breathing rate, and gum colour, which you can pass t...

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  • New freezers to meet demand for raw diets Image

    Over recent years, the market for raw pet food has seen rapid expansion. While commercial, vet-recommended diets remain popular, an ever-increasing number of people are opting for a more natural approach when it comes to feeding their pets. Just as we’re becoming more conscious of our own dietary choices - preferring fresher, more organic pro...

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  • Safe car travel for pets Image

    Love it or hate it, car travel is something every pet will have to experience at some point in their lives, whether it’s for a dreaded trip to the vet, a holiday from home, or even a short outing to the park. We’re careful to ensure our own safety when travelling in the car, so why should we be any less concerned about the safety of our...

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  • Visit to the Big Cat Sanctuary Image

    Nestled in the Kent countryside is a hidden conservation gem. The Big Cat Sanctuary in scenic Smarden, Kent, is a 32-acre grassland site, originally founded as a safe haven for rescued big cats, including some of the world’s most endangered and recognisable species. On the 13th February, we were lucky enough to meet with the team to learn abo...

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  • Recommended Fly Products Image

    With all this uncharacteristically mild weather, you might have noticed a few flies and midges flitting around, making a nuisance of themselves. With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of all our top-selling fly products, designed to save horses a lot of discomfort and bother. As we’ve seen with recent weather, it’s never too...

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  • Looking after your horse's teeth Image

    Keeping our horses out of pain and suffering is a priority for every horse owner, although sometimes problems can be hard to identify. Dental pain is one such problem, and it can have a huge impact on a horse’s overall health and comfort. It is important to have your horse’s teeth checked yearly, as they may require floating, which invo...

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  • Equine Influenza - what you need to know Image

    What is it? Equine flu is a highly contagious virus that affects the respiratory tract of horses, donkeys and mules. It is very similar to the human flu virus, but not identical, so one cannot be passed to the other. How is the virus spread? As with human flu, it is spread through the atmosphere by infected animals coughing, and is then acquired by...

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