It’s not just us that need to look after our teeth to keep a winning smile! Find out why regular dental checks with your vet are important for your pet. Read more
Earlier this month we announced the winner of the 'I Heart My Pet' Winning Smiles Competition 2014. As part of the prize, happy staffy Harvey, was photographed by a professional pet photographer. Click here to see the winning photos. Read more
Having revealed the winner of our Winning Smiles competition in the end of July, we have been delighted at how much coverage we have received in the national press. Read more
We recently ran a competition in a bid to find the nation's smiliest pet. As part of the competition we asked entrants to tell us how they kept their pet happy and healthy. There were some fanstastic answers and we have collated our favourites to share with you :) Read more
The time has come to announce the winner of our Winning Smiles competition. If you entered, find out if you have won a professional pet photoshoot and whether you own the nation's smiliest pet. Read more
June 2014 is National Microchipping Month and vets are urging all cat and dog owners to check that their pet is chipped and all their details are up to date. Read more
As temperatures in the UK begin to soar and summer takes hold, here is a reminder about the danger posed by leaving pets locked in parked cars. Read more
We’re delighted to unveil the latest phase in our ‘I Heart My Pet’ crafts campaign, following on from last year’s hugely successful partnership with crafts expert and designer, Amy Fleuriot. Read more
World Immunisation Week, a campaign by the World Health Organisation (WHO), is being celebrated from April 24th-30th 2014. It is a campaign that resonates for our pet population too. Read more
Whilst all would love to ensure their pets are given the best treatment possible when they are suffering, there are, however, circumstances where the owner may not be able to afford veterinary care. Read more
This Easter, it is as important as ever to keep chocolate well away from dogs, puppies and other pets. There is always a greater risk at Easter when there are chocolate eggs and treats around the house. Read more
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