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Our Vet Know-how

There is a little Vet Know-how in every product we create for your pets, but we know first-hand the challenges that owning pet can present. Our Vet Know-how guides are packed with expert advice and information to help keep your pets safe and healthy.

How do you clean your dog's ears?

Should you do it? How often should you do it? Watch our Vet Know-how video to get top tips and advice on what you should do.

5 Signs of Antifreeze Poisoning

Antifreeze poisoning is most common at the chilliest time of year. Here's our guide to what to look out for if you suspect your pet may have ingested antifreeze.

11 tips to keep your dog swimming safely

Whether your dog likes water or not, we've popped a handy little guide together to keep them safe!

Everything You Need to Know About Vet’s Kitchen’s New Packaging

Our new packaging means that, when you buy our pet food, you will be making the best choice for your pet and the environment.

Dangerous Festive Treats For Your Pets

Christmas foods to avoid. Much of the food we eat over Christmas can be dangerous and even life threatening to cats or dogs. Here's a list of foods to avoid.

7 Tips to Make Sure Your Pets are Safe on Bonfire Night

Bonfire night can cause a lot of upset to pets. They will perceive the loud and unpredictable noises as a threat. We've collated the best tips for you.

5 Things You Need To Know About Puppy Socialisation

Did you know, at the beginning of life, puppies go through a critical stage of development when they are open to learning about new situations and environments. After this age anything new that they haven't come across before will be met with apprehension. Read more about how to socialise your puppies correctly.

What Puppy Vaccination Should You Get?

Do you know why you need to vaccinate your puppy? Do you know what it does or why your puppy needs two? Read our article to find all the answers to your vaccination questions.

8 Things to Consider When Taking Your Pet On Holiday

Going on holiday when you own pets is tricky, so we've got a guide for whether you are taking them with you or going it alone.

8 Ways to Reduce Travel Sickness in Dogs

Do you know if your dog suffers from travel sickness or are they anxious to be around the car? Here's 8 Ways to reduce car sickness in your dog.

Pet Travel to Europe after Brexit

Concerned about your Pet’s Passport after Brexit? Find useful information & advice here.

12 Ways To Keep Your Pet Cool

Usually it's raining in Britain so we don't need to worry about our pets' overheating but what if it's hot?

Wasp and Bee Stings on Pets and How to Treat Them.

Until they get stung, our dogs and cats can see chasing wasps and bees as great entertainment! Here's our guide to recognising and treating an insect sting.


We all love to treat our dogs but some treats really should be avoided.  Did you know that chocolate is toxic to dogs?  Watch our video to learn more.
Top Vet Know-how tips on feeding your growing puppy.  Puppies grow at a rapid rate and to maintain healthy development they require more energy and nutrients from their food than adult dogs.  Learn more.
Here's our balanced take on the pros and cons of when to neuter dogs - it's not a straighforward one so perhaps this Vet Know-how video will help.


Before planning a long dog walk consider your dog's fitness and what strain you're putting on their joints. Read more about how long walks affect your dog here.
How can diet help to slow progression of heart disease and increase quality of life for dogs.
What if your dog is showing signs of arthritis? Read more on how to manage and treat osteoarthritis in dogs.
Our supplements can give your dog a little boost - top-up gravey supplements specially formulated for healthy joints, skin and digestion.
If you can't get to your veterinary clinic and your dog's nails need clipping this short Vet Know-how video may help.
If you dog is scooting or biting their bottom it could be they have a problem with their anal glands. Our Vet's Klinic veterinary nurse explains what you can do to help.