After an unusually mild December, it’s finally starting to get cold outside. As animal lovers, keeping your pets safe and warm during the colder period of winter is so important and will require you to adopt different strategies depending on the weather forecast.
Although we’re sure your animals have a cosy coop or hutch to keep them snug as a bug, if you’re concerned about your furry friends, we’re here to give you some tips about how to keep them warm during the coming cold spell.
As the evenings shorten and the weather begins to turn, you might find that your chickens have stopped laying and have begun to moult. This shouldn’t be a cause for concern, it is an annual occurrence for most birds.Here are our top tips for making the moult as easy as possible on your chickens.
Power-up your rabbit's diet with these delicious and natural dried fruit and flower treats. Drying is a great way to preserve delicate seasonal produce to use throughout the year, providing additional vitamins and minerals that rabbit pellets and nuggets do not contain.
Find out more about the causes of canine halitosis and how you could combat it, naturally. With the help of holistic vet Dr Nick Thompson, we explore possible reasons why your dog has bad breath, and share a super simple recipe for Mint and Coconut Dog Bowl Toppers that you can make at home.
If you're adding to your flock, don't forget the basics of chicken care, starting with good gut health.
Holistic vet Nick Thompson MRCVS has advice on how to keep your hens happy and healthy.