Paw Pals news and comment....
In the coming weeks we will post regarding the trials, tribulations and joys of our own animal companions, who occupy our time when we aren’t caring for our clients’ pets. In the meantime, browse a selection of topical news items from our archive below or you can follow us on FaceBook.
As we emerge from the challenges of the last 18 months, we at Paw Pals are pleased to be returning to what most recognise as a more normal way of life.
So a big thank you to customers old and new who have Put their Paws in Our Hands!
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As the crispness of autumn gives way to the chill of winter, many of us relish the cozy nights in and the beauty of frosty mornings. However, for older pets or those with joint issues, the cold weather can bring increased discomfort and aches. Arthritis is a common ailment that affects our animal companions, particularly
As the festive cheer of the Christmas holidays takes over, our schedules often become packed with shopping, family gatherings, and holiday parties. While it’s a season to be jolly for us, the disruption in routine can be confusing and sometimes stressful for our pets. Maintaining a stable environment for them is crucial to ensure they
For many, Halloween is a time of good spooky fun, creative costumes, and tasty treats. But for our pets, it can be a night filled with unfamiliar and sometimes scary experiences. From a constant stream of trick-or-treaters at the door to the tempting, yet potentially toxic treats, there’s a lot for pet owners to consider.
Autumn is often a season of crisp walks through leaves, warm blankets, and beginning to the think about planning Christmas! But this season can also serve as a timely reminder of an often-overlooked aspect of pet care – dental health. Just as we schedule our dental check-ups, our pets, too, need attention in this domain
As the days grow shorter and temperatures drop, both pets and their owners tend to retreat indoors. The change in routine, combined with fewer opportunities for outdoor exercise, can sometimes result in restlessness or unruly behaviour from our furry companions. To help make the transition smoother, we’re sharing some essential training tips to ensure your
As the golden leaves of autumn begin to fall, a myriad of plants release pollen into the air. Homes go from the breezy openness of summer to a more enclosed environment, often gathering more dust. Just as humans can suffer from autumn allergies, our furry companions aren’t immune either. Recognising and managing these allergies can