Monthly Archives: January 2024
January 24, 2024
At 365 Vet, we care about the health of your pets. In this blog post, we’re delving into the world of pets, looking at the most popular and how to care for them.
Coming in at number one, we have dogs. Dogs are known as the most popular pets in the UK, with labradors being the most popular breed. Dogs offer companionship and loyalty, they’re often very affectionate and playful.
To care for dogs you will need to:
- Ensure a balanced diet rich in protein, carbohydrates, fats, minerals and vitamins.
- Have a feeding routine in place where you feed your dog at consistent times each day. This will help to avoid begging and unnecessary snacking on high-calorie and unhealthy sna
January 23, 2024
At 365 Vet, we’re passionate about pet health. We want to ensure you’ve got all the right information to keep your four-legged friend healthy and happy all year round.
It’s common to see an influx in pet sales around Christmas time. Especially the sale of puppies and kittens. We agree it’s super cute to gift a furry friend. However, it’s important to remember that puppies grow into dogs, and dogs need to be cared for throughout the year.
Only gift a pet to someone you know can financially support a pet, as well as commit the time needed to care for one. Too many dogs find themselves being rehomed or in kennels come January 31st - this can be stressful for the dog and upsetting for the owner, especially if they’re young.
Dogs bring undeniable love and joy into our lives a
January 22, 2024
As a pet owner, ensuring the health and vitality of your furry friend is paramount. You might already be aware that dog supplements can provide essential nutrients to support their wellbeing.
If you are considering supplementation for your dog, make sure you talk it through with your vet (unless they have already advised you to try this route).
Discover a range of nutritional supplements at great prices designed to support various aspects of your dog's well-being. From promoting healthy bladder and pancreatic function to filling diet gaps, enhancing joint function, improving coat care and boosting overall health, we can help to keep your dog thriving.