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General Kids care about their pets more than their siblings
Posted by dillondog on Monday, October 24, 2011 @ 06:09 PM GMT (2068 reads)

We’re often referred to as a nation of animal lovers and now a new study shows that our love of all things furry is firmly being passed on to our kids with a poll of children revealing they care more about their pets than they do about their brothers and sisters and their friends.

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Dogs How to get your dogs winter ready
Posted by dillondog on Friday, October 21, 2011 @ 02:29 PM GMT (2304 reads)

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Complementary Canine Homoeopathy Evening
Posted by dillondog on Monday, November 22, 2010 @ 07:24 PM GMT (2332 reads)

A Canine Homoeopathy evening (including hands-on first aid and resuscitation) is being held at Upwell Village Hall (6 New Road, Upwell, near Wisbech - PE14 9AB.

This will take place on Thursday December 2 starting at 7.30 PM

Tickets cost £5, which will also incude light refreshments, products will be on sale and there will be a raffle.

The proceeds will go towards matting for the Upwell Ringcraft classes which take place at the Village Hall every Thursday evening starting at 7.15PM

To book your place or find out more contact Maxine Munday on 01945 880975

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Hot News PETA Offers Tips to Keep Cats and Dogs Safe This Bonfire Night
Posted by dillondog on Thursday, November 4, 2010 @ 02:49 PM GMT (2374 reads)

Frightening Fireworks Displays Can Mean Runaways, Injuries

To dogs, cats and other animals, Bonfire Night might seem more like War of the Worlds than a traditional celebration. Noisy fireworks displays are frightening to animals, who don't realise that the explosions are meant to be entertainment

This year, a planned strike by London firefighters during Guy Fawkes Night festivities threatens to make the celebration even more dangerous – for both party-goers and their pets.

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General Remember, Remember, Pets in November
Posted by dillondog on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 @ 05:49 PM GMT (2258 reads)

The distress is so extreme, pet owners want fireworks banned

Pet owners fear the stressful effects of Bonfire Night so much that almost half (49%) would like to see a total ban on fireworks.

Over a third of pet owners say that Bonfire Night is the single most stressful event their pets go through, even ahead of going on holiday, moving house and visits to the vet.

A staggering 80% of those surveyed have owned a pet which has been afraid of fireworks, with many reporting their pooches and moggies hiding, shaking, barking / meowing, whimpering and running around in fear whenever the fireworks can be heard.

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General Take the lead on pet stress and avoid getting collared
Posted by dillondog on Tuesday, September 21, 2010 @ 05:36 PM GMT (5344 reads)

Top tips from TV vet Dr Scott Miller on how to deal with pet issues such as separation anxiety and boredom
We all want the best for our much loved pets and new research by Tesco has revealed that a third of us would even give up our favourite vices and even for go our annual holiday to help pay for their vet bills.

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Hot News Senior Moments - Confusion about Senior Cats & Dogs Revealed
Posted by dillondog on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 @ 01:42 PM GMT (3062 reads)

SeniorPets writes "- Confusion About Senior Cats Revealed -

Research out today shows that many cat owners are unsure what age their cat enters her senior years, or how best to care for her in order to help her live a longer and healthier life.

The survey of 649 senior cat owners was commissioned by Purina PetCare® as part of its Long Live Your Pets campaign. The company is campaigning to educate pet owners of the age-related changes that cats and dogs begin to experience once they have reached a certain age, and is working in partnership with pet owners to offer support to help their cats and dogs live long and healthy lives.


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Dogs Dogs Proven as Effective Stress Relievers
Posted by dillondog on Wednesday, August 11, 2010 @ 05:50 PM GMT (3466 reads)

Winalot writes "Forget eating dinner as a family - dog owners believe that walking their dog together is the best activity for family bonding, as well as being their favourite way to unwind.


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Hot News Catch up on the Latest News with Selina Scott
Posted by dillondog on Saturday, July 17, 2010 @ 03:47 PM GMT (2956 reads)

TV presenter Selina Scott tells us why she left the media world for a life on the farm and why she loves her animals

Born in North Yorkshire, as the eldest of five children, Selina has decided to return to her roots.

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Posted by dillondog on Saturday, July 17, 2010 @ 08:52 AM GMT (2789 reads)

Go-Cat writes "-Thunder from Exeter wins national competition-

Exeter residents Gemma Baker and Mark Hutchings are celebrating after their cat, Thunder, was crowned Britain’s most adventurous cat in the BOBO AWARDS, beating off stiff competition from over 450 cats across the UK.

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Hot News World first puts Amercian Bulldog back on his feet
Posted by dillondog on Saturday, June 5, 2010 @ 03:20 PM GMT (2341 reads)

Veterinary breakthrough also brings new hope for injured motorcycle victims

WHAT: Specialist small animal neuro-orthopaedics practice Fitzpatrick Referrals is pleased to announce the successful outcome of a ground-breaking operation:
Roly, an 8 year old male American bulldog, had a cancerous femur bone and hip joint replaced with a custom-made artificial prosthetic with the first-ever tendon in-growth attachment. The veterinary breakthrough has huge ramifications for human medicine.

WHO: Dr Noel Fitzpatrick, Duniv MVB CertVR CertSAO MRCVS, Director Professor Gordon Blunn, Head of the Centre for Bio-Medical Engineering at UCL’s Institute of Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Science Roly, American bulldog

WHEN: Wednesday 9 June 2010,
11:00am – 13:00pm 10.45 Registration and refreshments
11.00 Press conference
11.45 Photocall
12.00 One-to-one interviews, including live or pre-recorded broadcast opportunities

WHERE: Fitzpatrick Referrals
Halfway Lane
Surrey GU7 2QQ
T: 01483 423761

Press packs will be available on the day, including full press release. Broadcast footage and photographs will also be available.

RSVP: Jane Bevan or Susannah Penn T: 01235 835297 / 07977 459 547 E: jb@firebirdpr.co.uk / sp@firebirdpr.co.uk

Notes to Editors:
• Fitzpatrick Referrals is a leading veterinary referral practice in Surrey which specialises in small animal orthopaedics and neuro-surgery.
• The £10 million centre which was completed in March 2008, boasts three specially equipped operating theatres, CT and MRI scanners and a specialist rehabilitation centre with physiotherapy and hydrotherapy facilities.
• The practice was officially opened by HRH The Duke of Kent KG in November 2009.

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Hot News GPS Pet Tracker from PawTrax.co.uk
Posted by dillondog on Saturday, May 22, 2010 @ 09:19 AM GMT (2919 reads)

Lost Dog sends a text message to owner telling him where he is!!!!!!

Well almost. Peter Callaway from the lost and found pet website www.pawtrax.co.uk has been working on such a device for the last year and it is now ready for sale to pet owners in the UK

Using GSM and GPS technology, should your dog ever go missing all you need to do is to call up the PawTrax PATmicro, which is a small device clipped to the dogs collar, and within seconds you will receive an sms detailing the dogs position.

The device is compact and waterproof, works worldwide on any network and requires no subscription or monthy charges.

Check out the website for more details . http://www.pawtrax.co.uk

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Special Events Keep track of your pet
Posted by dillondog on Saturday, May 22, 2010 @ 09:08 AM GMT (2602 reads)

Keep track of your pet

Watch this live webTV show with TV vet Emma Milne for the truth about micro chipping

Show date: Friday 28 th May 2010

Show time: 13.00

We all want to keep our much loved pet safe, and there is no greater worry than losing them. It's a sad fact that nearly 1000 pets go missing every day and only a small proportion of them ever find their way home.  Pets can stray for a number of reasons; they can become spooked during thunder storms or firework season, wander too far from home or become a little too curious whilst out on a walk.

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Cats Hunt for Britain's Most Advenutrous Cat
Posted by dillondog on Wednesday, March 17, 2010 @ 03:17 PM GMT (2575 reads)

Go-Cat writes "The Hunt is on for Britain’s Most Adventurous Cat

A nationwide search for Britain’s most adventurous cat has been launched today, to celebrate fearless felines that live life to the full.

The new Go-Cat BOBO AWARDS honour Bobo, the amazing, acrobatic free-running star of Go-Cat’s latest TV ad, and aim to find cats that make the most of every opportunity to explore, play and hunt for adventure, wherever they are.

Have you ever wondered what your cat gets up to on his escapades? Does your cat have a real sense of adventure? Is he an intrepid explorer, often to be found miles from home, roving the neighbourhood or climbing the highest trees? He may have been on an incredible journey, or even committed an amazing feat of bravery. If so, Go-Cat wants to hear from you.

It’s easy to enter the Go-Cat BOBO AWARDS. Simply visit www.go-cat.co.uk and upload a picture and a video, if you have one, of your furry friend, with no more than 250 words to explain why he’s the most adventurous cat in Britain.

If your cat wins the top prize, you could be jetting off to the wild safari lands of the Masai Mara in Kenya to see really big adventurous cats in action. There’s also a whole host of runner-up prizes that will keep the most adventurous cat lovers entertained – from a day learning circus skills to an afternoon hovercraft flying.

Go-Cat spokesperson, Alison Ashman, says: “We’re looking for cats of all ages with bucket loads of cat’itude, who live life to the full and have extraordinary adventures. Whether they’re intrepid explorers, plucky climbers or give the neighbours’ cats a run for their money, we can’t wait to read your stories.”

The Go-Cat BOBO AWARDS have been launched in honour of Bobo, the amazing, acrobatic free-running star of Go-Cat’s latest TV ad, to celebrate fearless felines that live life to the full, just like Bobo.
The closing date for entries to the Go-Cat BOBO AWARDS is the 7th May 2010 and the winning cat will be announced in June 2010 on the Go-Cat website.

Visit www.go-cat.co.uk for full terms and conditions and entry guidelines.

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Hot News Pets and people charity welcomes Parliamentary support
Posted by dillondog on Sunday, March 7, 2010 @ 10:47 AM GMT (3657 reads)

Pets and people charity the Society for Companion Animal Studies (SCAS) will receive a welcome boost of support this Friday 5 March, when Nigel Waterson MP presents to the House of Commons the Second Reading of his Private Member's Bill to increase the number of residential care and sheltered housing providers which allow pets to live with their owners. 

As Shadow Minister for Older People, Nigel Waterson MP explains: “The UK needs to adopt a more enlightened and responsible policy towards increasing the number of care homes and sheltered housing accommodation which allow pets in residence.

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