Which Bedding Is Right For My Guinea Pig

With so many different types of bedding available, how do you know which is the best one for your furry friend? When it comes to choosing a bedding material for your guinea pig it’s important to consider a range of different factors. Cheap, soft straw may seem like an ideal solution, especially when you can get it in bulk, but … Continue reading

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Fireworks & Your Pets

Does your pet struggle to cope around fireworks? We may be able to help! Some pets are lucky, the loud explosions and noises of fireworks does not bother them, but for many pets these loud noises and strange colours can cause stress and panic which can have a serious impact on their health. There are many things you can do … Continue reading

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The Vets Food World Guide To Puppies & Kittens

When buying any pet you must always think long and hard about the time, effort, expense and responsibility of looking after and caring for the animal. A decision on buying a pet should never be made lightly or without much thought and planning. Once the animal is with you it is essential you have a plan in place to care … Continue reading

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Feeding Your Pet

Choosing the right diet for your pet is never easy, whether you are choosing a food based on price, taste or to aid with a particular medical condition, here at Vets Food World we have you covered! We offer a full range of foods from breed specific diets, veterinary prescription diets and life stage foods! Go online today and find … Continue reading

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A Happy Rabbit Guide

Rabbits are the third most kept pets in the UK, after Dogs and Cats, and with the number of new Rabbit owners increasing each year, it is important more than ever to ensure you are looking after your rabbit properly! The Facts:  Rabbits usually have a life span of 8-12 years. They are herbivores. Rabbits can be in pain and … Continue reading

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