BBQ safety for pet owners

by PDSA | 26 July

There's nothing better than having a barbecue with friends and family during the great British summer, but all those tempting treats and burning hot equipment can be a real danger to our precious pets.
PDSA vet teams reveal six of the most common emergency cases they treat
| 4 August
We spoke to PDSA vet teams who have uncovered six of the most common emergencies they see coming through the doors of our pet hospitals.
Summer allergies: how to protect your pets from pollen
| 3 August
Did you know that pets can suffer from pollen allergies just like humans? Summer days can bring about high pollen counts and that may mean irritation and misery for pets with hay fever.
Pets in lets: Top tips for renting with pets
| 5 July
We’re undoubtedly a nation of pet lovers, with our 2022 PAW Report findings showing a whopping 52% of UK adults own a pet. Despite this, many tenants are still faced with the challenge of finding a home that will welcome their furry family members; in 2020, only 7% of landlords advertised their property as suitable for pets (GOV.UK).
How to keep your pets safe from toxic cleaning products
| 14 June
Our pets are curious characters and quick to explore anything and everything their paws can get hold of - unfortunately, this also includes the things that can harm them. If your pet ever comes across a cleaning product, their inquisitive nature means they probably won’t hesitate to have a sniff or even a taste.
A day in the life of Lead Volunteer, Liam
| 1 June
Our volunteers mean the world to us. That's why we're shining a light on dedicated PDSA Lead Volunteer Liam this Volunteers' Week.
Patriotic Paws: Top tips for a pet-safe Jubilee weekend
| 30 May
With the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend fast approaching, many of us can’t wait for an extended weekend full of celebrations. As we look forward to hanging up the bunting in preparation for a fun-filled street party, it’s important we don’t forget about the safety of our pets.


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