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Christmas Gift Guide for Horses & Riders

Nov 16th, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Discussion

The countdown to Christmas has started, which means the gift buying can commence! It’s time to think about how you’re going to spoil your horse this festive season (and yourself!), as our Christmas Shop has a great many things for both horse and rider. Our gift ideas come in a range of prices too, so there is something for every budget!...

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Christmas Gift Guide for Cats

Nov 14th, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Discussion

With Christmas approaching, the shopping can begin! But have you thought about what you’ll get your faithful pet this year? We’ve no shortage of ideas for making this Christmas the best Christmas ever, and our festive gift guide contains ideas aplenty for truly spoiling your pet this year. Have a read and see if there’s anything b...

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Christmas Gift Guide for Dogs

Nov 13th, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Discussion

With Christmas approaching, the shopping can begin! But have you thought about what you’ll get your faithful pet this year? We’ve no shortage of ideas for making this Christmas the best Christmas ever, and our festive gift guide contains ideas aplenty for truly spoiling your pet this year. Have a read and see if there’s anything b...

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A buyer's guide to dog coats

Oct 23rd, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Care

As the weather starts turning chilly, out come the coats and scarves to protect us from the elements. Fortunately, our dogs are much better equipped to cope with cold conditions than we are, as their thick coats trap a layer of heat close to the skin. That said, sometimes even these defences aren’t enough and dogs can become quite cold. Hairl...

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Helping your pet recover after surgery

Oct 16th, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Care

When it comes to caring for a sick pet and making the right decisions for a speedy recovery, common sense is usually the only guide you need. Like humans, convalescence usually calls for lots of rest and TLC. The length of time your pet is in recovery will depend on factors such as the severity of the illness, injury or surgery and, as every pet is...

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Caring for an older horse

Sep 21st, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Care

Like any living being, when horses age they fall prey to a number of age-related conditions. These can’t be avoided but they can be managed, and caring for an older horse needn’t be a struggle. So, what do we class as a geriatric horse? Typically, we consider a horse to be ‘old’ when it is 19 years and over. But as horses ar...

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A guide to de-fleaing your pet

Sep 4th, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Care

The battle with fleas is ongoing if you own a dog or cat. When you think the problem’s treated, your pet is suddenly scratching again, you’re waking up with bites, and there’s black specks all over the furniture. Unfortunately, fleas don’t take a holiday and need to be treated against on a regular basis. This goes for your h...

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New tech for your pets

Aug 28th, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Care

There are over 11 million pet owners in the UK alone, and bearing in mind we’re now living in a technological age where everything is advancing at a rate of knots, it makes perfect sense that this extends to the pet industry too - one of the biggest in the world. So if technology is intended to make lives easier, how are today’s pet own...

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Orscana

Aug 24th, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Care

Ever worried your horse is getting a bit hot under the collar while you’re at work? Or feared you under rugged and the evening has suddenly turned chilly? Or maybe you’re travelling with your horse and sense he’s becoming uncomfortable? With unpredictable British weather making it next to impossible to know whether or not to rug,...

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Equilibrium Massage & Magnetic Therapies

Aug 17th, 2017 - By Hannah Dyball in Pet Care

What is massage therapy and when is it needed? Did you know that muscle tension is one of the most common causes of poor performance in horses? This can be caused by a number of different things, including high levels of work, periods of box rest, travelling, and following bouts of injury or back complaint. By reducing tension and improving the fle...

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