The Verm-X team were lucky enough to meet so many wonderful dogs at our shows last year, and one in particular caught our eye.
Reggie was just a puppy when we first met him at DogFest and a year later we are so proud to have his as an official ambassador for our products.
We spoke with his dog mum Jessica to learn a bit more about him.
Does your dog enjoy grazing on grass when you're out for walks? Even if it happens very occasionally, you may be wondering why they chose to munch the lawn or whether it means they're lacking something in their diet. Grass eating happens for a number of reasons, we spoke to some experts to find out more.
According to the British Goat Society, pygmy goats are quiet and docile animals that have become increasingly popular in recent years as pets.
The family-run pygmy goat breeding farm Goats of the Shire is in the heart of Northamptonshire and their aim is to be a trusted breeder of fit and healthy kids from their small herd. They were kind enough to answer a few questions for us about the joys of raising these diminutive goats.
The bee population has been in worldwide decline over the past few years. They face many modern dangers, including toxic pesticides and fewer places to forage and find shelter.
Fortunately, there has been a lot of momentum in both conservation and education regarding bee protection. We’ve put together some easy ways to lend hard-working bees a helping hand so that you can make sure you're doing your bit, too.
Sophie has loved horses all her life and is a passionate equine behaviourist, amateur rider and self-described “horsaholic.” She also runs an equine wellbeing centre in Scotland and aspires to achieve Grand Prix in dressage, with her barefoot, rug-less herd.
It's a hotly debated topic online - can puppies eat raw (never cooked) bones?
Anyone who has a new pup will naturally want to safeguard against anything potentially dangerous and there's a lot of conflicting advice out there regarding bones.
So, we asked vet Dr Nick Thompson for his professional opinion - is it ok to feed bones to dogs?
For organic farmers and smallholders, spring is a busy time of year. With good planning and stock management, you’ll be able to keep your animals happy and healthy regardless of the weather. We’ve put together some top tips to bear in mind as we move into the start of spring.
Chickens are known to peck, scratch and nibble throughout the day, so giving your flock access to a variety of tasty herbs is an easy way to keep them happy and healthy.
Herbs have so many benefits for your poultry and they can even help them lay better quality eggs.
Whether you grow them in your backyard for your free-range flock or add a few sprigs to their coop, herbs play an increasingly important role in creating both a sustainable environment and a naturally robust immune system.