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Are you choosing the right cat and dog food?
24/07/2015

Are you choosing the right cat and dog food?

Sources and availability of different nutrients is key in the choosing right food for your dog. Pet foods vary in the quality of ingredients, formula and the nutritional value in the food. Premium and super premium pet foods typically have higher standards in each of these important variables.

Your pet’s nutritional needs are based on age, activity level, temperament, environment and physical make up. Look for a food that fits your pet and the environment rather than breed. If you’re unsure about what to feed your pet, contact your local Husse pet nutritionist. click here!

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Pet Sterilisation
10/06/2015

Advantages and Disadvantages of Pet Sterilisation

Sterilisation of a pet has its supporters and opponents, but most experts agree that the most of companion pet should be neutered (male) or spayed (female). Surgical sterilisation makes reproduction impossible, prevent pet overpopulation. Spaying or neutering can also be combating the occurrence of life-threatening health conditions associated with the reproductive system, including cancer and genital disease. Dogs that are spayed or neutered by early stage of life are far less likely to develop behavioural issues that are related to gender-specific hormones.

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Cat Urinary Problems
20/04/2015

Cat Urinary Problems

There are few factors which can have negative impact on cat’s urinary system. One of the problems could affect your cat’s lower urinary system  will often prevent the cat’s bladder from emptying correctly or can even cause a serious or even fatal blockage of their urethra.  The urethra is the tube which connects the bladder to the outside of your cat’s body. The most common problem which will cause this is Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD). This is the most common urinary problem amongst domestic cats, and it used to be called Feline Urologic Syndrome, or FUS.

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