What does pet health look like this month? Welcome to the December edition of our ‘We Are One Health’ pet owner blog series. Throughout 2019 we’ve been exploring a different topic each month related to our companion animals. With Christmas quickly approaching and we plan what food we will be eating on the big day, we may also be tempted to “treat” our pets which is why we’re focusing this month’s blog on pet nutrition during the festive period   Read more

What does pet health look like this month? Welcome to the November edition of our ‘We Are One Health’ pet owner blog series. Each month we explore a different topic related to our companion animals. This month the topic is diabetes and how to spot the symptoms and care for your animal that has diabetes, as well as what you can do as an owner to prevent your pet from developing diabetes in the first place.  Read more

What does pet health look like this month? Welcome to the October edition of our ‘We Are One Health’ pet owner blog series. Each month we explore a different topic related to our companion animals. October 10th is World Mental Health Day focussing on mental health issues around the world, so we’re taking a look at how owning a pet can have a positive effect on our mental health, and how we can make sure our pets are happy and healthy too.  Read more

What does pet health look like? Welcome to the February edition of our ‘What does pet health look like?’ blog series. To coincide with Pet Dental Health Month, this month we will be discussing the importance of caring for your pets’ teeth.  Read more

Welcome to the November edition of our ‘What does pet health look like?’ series. Over the coming months we’re going to be showing you what pet health ‘looks like’ through the eyes of a series of pet owners who will tell us more about how they keep their pets happy and healthy all year round.  Read more

The Bella Moss Foundation and NOAH have teamed up with a survey to find out how much you know about antibiotics for you, your family and your pets.  Read more

Autumn is an exciting time of year packed with cosy seasonal celebrations across the UK, with Bonfire Night being a firm family favourite. Amongst the celebrations however, pet owners must be aware how fireworks can affect their pet.  Read more

There’s nothing better for dog owners than taking your four-legged friend for a walk in the Great British countryside as the new season starts to get underway. Before the clocks go back and the cold weather sets in, why not take your chance to explore some great escapes around the country that you and your dog will love to discover on a beautiful autumn day?  Read more

When school's out, we can spend a lot more time with our pets; days out, extra walks, and all day attention become their summer norm. As the kids go back to school, it is important to ensure that pets still feel just as loved even though the children aren't around all day making the house seem full. Pets are sensitive to changes in routine so read on for some top tips on how you and your pet can beat the post summer holiday blues.  Read more

Rescue dog from Northern Ireland is crowned Britain’s most active pet. The latest competition winner joins NOAH’s gallery of over 2,000 happy, healthy pets.  Read more

This year, to highlight the importance of keeping your pet’s coat in tip-top condition and the relationship of grooming to your pet’s overall health and wellbeing, we’ve teamed up with Kelly Davis, Chairman of the British Dog Groomers’ Association to give us her top tips on how to make the most of your pet’s grooming regime.  Read more

Following on from our Active Pets competition and 2016’s summer of sports, as Autumn gets underway we’re continuing to focus on pets and exercise – a vital part of helping keep our best friends happy and healthy all year round.  Read more

The festive season may be a dim and distant memory and January’s resolve may be weakening but February is a great time to focus on getting your New Year’s resolutions back on track – especially when it comes to your pets and helping keep them happy and healthy all year round. If you’re stuck for inspiration, we've put together a handy set of resolutions especially for pet owners, to get you started!  Read more

The summer holidays are here and we have some advice from the British Veterinary Association (BVA). They have warned globetrotters planning to take their pets with them to take precautions to keep them healthy and prevent parasite and disease problems. Here is some advice on what you need to do.  Read more

Pet photography expert Victoria Hillman blogs about the biggest dos and don’ts when it comes to taking the best pics of your animal friends. Check out her tips, put them into practice and upload the results to our Happy, Healthy Pets Gallery – the UK’s largest picture of pet portraits!  Read more

We love our pets and we know you do too. In fact our research has shown that more than one in five of us regard our pets as our best friend. Our I Heart My Pet campaign is all about celebrating this and making sure owners have all the expert advice and information needed to help keep their pets healthy all year round...  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

June 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

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

One of the most common call outs for vets over the holiday season is for pets with stomach upsets from eating rich Christmas trimmings or items that shouldn’t be eaten at all. Here's what you need to look out for.  Read more

Today, 18th November, is European Antibiotic Awareness Day (EAAD), a day when the medical and veterinary professions across Europe join together to remind people how to help make sure that antibiotics remain effective in treating bacterial infections in people and animals.  Read more

80% of owners consider their pets’ needs to be as important, if not more important than their families’ needs, yet when it comes to anti-social behaviours like hissing and biting, many owners are unaware that the root cause could be their home.  Read more

Comments made during a BBC programme called ‘Animal Frontline’, episode 8, broadcast on 8 May, implied that only flea treatments that are available from a veterinary surgeon are effective.  Read more

NOAH was honoured to be invited to attend a visit by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall to the Medical Detection Dogs site in Milton Keynes. Medical Detection Dogs was NOAH’s chosen charity last year, so it was wonderful to have the chance to go back and visit.  Read more

Sign Up For Our Newsletter.


You are signing up to the PetHealthInfo newsletter which contains information on our latest blog posts, pet health news, competitions and important industry news.

Featured Articles