Read our blogs and current news from around the world relating to cats and dogs!

What is fading kitten syndrome?

19th April, 2024

Fading kitten syndrome refers to a set of symptoms and conditions that can affect newborn kittens, often causing them to become weak and, in some cases, even pass away. It is important to understand what fading kitten syndrome is, its causes, and how to identify the early signs and symptoms. By learning about this condition, you can better understand the risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment options available....

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Are automatic cat feeders a good idea?

18th April, 2024

Considering the convenience they offer, automatic cat feeders can be a helpful addition to your pet care routine. Before making a decision, it's important to weigh the pros and cons. Automatic feeders can ensure your cat's meals are served consistently, even when you're busy. However, factors like your cat's dietary needs and feeding schedule should be taken into account....

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Why do dogs like belly rubs?

15th April, 2024

Do you ever wonder why dogs love belly rubs so much? It's like a warm, comforting hug for them. In this article, we'll explore the fascinating reasons behind their love for belly rubs. Dogs have a unique biology that makes them highly receptive to touch, especially in vulnerable areas like their bellies....

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Why do Pugs sleep so much?

10th April, 2024

The Pug is a captivating breed, known for its charming personality and expressive, soulful eyes. This breed has the power to captivate hearts and bring laughter with its endearing antics. However, a common question that often puzzles pug owners is why do pugs sleep so much?...

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How to keep cats cool in summer

9th April, 2024

In this article, we will explore a variety of ways on how to keep your cat cool in summer. From indoor techniques to outdoor tips, we will cover all the bases to ensure your feline friend is comfortable and safe during the hot summer months....


Repetitive behaviour in dogs: What are the risk factors?

3rd April, 2024

Repetitive behaviours such as tail chasing, pacing, surface licking, self-biting and snapping at their reflection or shadow are more common in dogs belonging to first-time owners, those who live with larger families and those who exercise for less than one hour per day, researchers have found....

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Ear mites in cats and dogs

2nd April, 2024

Are you tired of seeing your furry friend constantly scratching their ears? Do they seem uncomfortable and irritable? Well, fret not, because ear mites may be the culprit!...

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What to do if you find a lost dog UK

25th March, 2024

If the dog is in imminent danger or in a dangerous location, contact emergency services. Never put yourself in danger- Remember the dog may not be a stray at all but a dog that has wandered away from their owner. Follow these steps instead to help reunite the dog with their owner. ...

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A day in the life of a Joii Vet

22nd March, 2024

Hello, fellow animal enthusiasts! I’m Jennifer and I have been proudly working at Joii for nearly 4 years. I was drawn to Joii because of their mission to make pet care affordable and accessible for all pet owners. And because they are trying to improve the well-being of people working in pet health care. Join me for a peek behind the scenes, where every day is a new adventure in pet care innovation! ...