by PDSA Vets | 5 March 2020
I’m self-isolating, can my pet stay with me? How do I look after my pet during this time?
Caring for your pet in autumn
| 1 October
From muddy walks, to running through crisp golden leaves, there’s so much to enjoy in autumn – but as with any change of season, there’s lots of things we need to do to keep our pets safe and healthy during the autumnal months. We’re here to help you any avoid any freaky mishaps, so you and your pet can enjoy all the fun the season has to offer!
Gemma Merna takes up running to raise money for charity
| 29 September
Former Hollyoaks actor and wellness coach Gemma Merna is taking on the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday, 3 October, to raise funds for PDSA.
10 things to consider when organising a dog-friendly festival
| 8 September
Organising a dog-friendly event or even a community get-together, can be fun and rewarding, but with lots to consider it can also be a little overwhelming. Our vets are here to help with 10 top tips for planning the perfect dog-friendly event!
Top tips for taking your dog to a festival
| 7 September
It’s festival season and it’s great that many events are becoming more and more dog friendly! We couldn’t be more pleased that we can bring our favourite four-legged friends along for the festival fun, however, it’s important to do all we can to keep our pooches safe on the day. Here’s our top tips!
How to get running with your dog
| 7 September
Running with your favourite four-legged friend is a great way to stay healthy while creating a special bond. However, no matter what level you're currently at, it's always important for both you and your pooch to ease into running and build up fitness over time. Our vets are here to help with an easy to follow running plan!
Caring for your pet in the summer
| 27 August
The summer is a wonderful time for our pets – from lazing in the garden, to summer holidays, there’s plenty to enjoy! However, while we’re busy having fun, there’s some important things to consider to keep our beloved pets safe – here’s our vets’ advice.