Author: Julie Parry

Racso’s Buster Maze

Contrary to popular belief dogs are scavengers not hunters, they will happily scavenge all day if allowed to. So if you just feed from a bowl, the experience of eating is over very quickly leaving them probably looking for something else to do. Racso now has a super duper buster maze, all we do is pop some of his Oscar kibble into the maze at meal-times and he has great fun working it all out to eat. He loves...

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It doesn’t matter what you feed me, I’m only a dog

We’ve all heard the saying ‘you are what you eat’ and believe it or not this also applies to our pets. Their nutritional needs are very complex, the results of a poor diet that is not nutritionally balanced are not always obvious straightway, but build up over time. Which means we are inadvertently exposing our pet’s to a whole host of illnesses & diseases. It then starts to cost us very dearly at the vets, but we just pay without a thought? We as dog owners, in the main want the best for our pet, they are part of...

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Clean my teeth…I don’t think so

Have you ever tried to clean your cats teeth, well if your cat is like Lady Lulu then its impossible. Most of the time she is a quiet cat quite happy to sleep the day away. Try to get close to do anything like look in her mouth and boy she develops additional claws from nowhere, she can wriggle and squirm with the best of them. Pre Oscar days the vet mentioned that she was getting a build up of plaque on her teeth…ummmm But we then we bought the Oscar franchise and Lulu became an Oscar cat. Now the...

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Spring is coming…BUT..beware

Spring is on its way …After a long, wet and windy winter, the days are getting longer and lighter and warmer weather is hopefully on the horizon. We thought this was a good time to give some advice and guidance. Take garden plants for instance – Did you know that some are poisonous to cats and dogs?  For example daffodils, spring bulbs, tulips and aconite. If you have these in your garden & your pet is prone to eating all sorts, then placing a mesh fence around them will help to keep your dog or cat away. If you...

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