Introducing Whimzees Natural Dog Chews

We are always looking for the latest innovations and tastiest products to help keep those tails wagging! When it comes to dog treats we all care about what we are feeding our dogs, and when it comes to treats you have to be mindful of what types of treats you are giving. The benefit of Whimzees is that they are … Continue reading

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The UK’s big fat pet nation

It’s not only the people in the UK that are suffering from an obesity crisis, our pets are now suffering as well. Pet obesity is defined as ‘excess body fat that is enough to impair health, welfare and quality of life‘, so it is highly important to ensure your pet stays fit and healthy throughout it’s lifespan. Obesity is a … Continue reading

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James Wellbeloved NEW Packaging!

Last year James Wellbeloved updated the packaging of their entire cat food range. The traditional “paper” style bags where replaced with new “matt finish” style bags. It’s now time for the dog food to get this same treatment, and over the up-coming months you will start to see these new bags slowly be introduced in to circulation. On our website … Continue reading

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Pets Love Easter Too!

When you crack open your Easter egg this Easter, spare a thought for your beloved pet who will be looking on with jealousy. For starters, make sure you keep any chocolate out of the way of watchful pet eyes as the last thing you want is a poorly pet and a trip to the vets. At Vets Food World we have … Continue reading

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Pets: Eat Your Way To A Healthy Bladder

Did you know you can help the health and condition of your dog’s bladder through diet? Our pets health is always the main concern, always be aware to any change of behavior and book an appointment with your vet ASAP if there is anything wrong with your pet. One of the most common pet complaints is problems with the bladder … Continue reading

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Feeding Your Cat

People make common mistakes when feeding their pets, but these mistakes can be easily rectified. Feeding your cat may seem easy enough, but did you know that there are certain things you might not have even known when it comes to your cats diet! Lets start with… The Basics: Cats require a meat based diet, they cannot live off a … 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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New Range: Lily’s Kitchen

At Vets Food World we are always on the look out for the best food and brands to bring to you, our loyal customers. You and your pet deserve the best quality pet food at affordable prices, and we are happy to announce we now stock a large selection of Lily’s Kitchen pet food. What’s so special about Lily’s Kitchen? … Continue reading

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Keep Your Pets Safe This Christmas

Pets are part of the family, and at Christmas there is nothing better than being snuggled on the sofa with your pet and family. These festive times with all the extra objects, materials and food in the house can be a danger to your pet so it is important you understand the dangers, many you wouldn’t even imagine could cause … Continue reading

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Getting To Know Your Ferret

Ferrets are obligate carnivores and food passes through their digestive system very quickly. Ferrets also lack the ability to derive nutrition from plant matter, because of this, a ferret diet must be high in animal protein, high in fat, and low in fiber. All Ferrets have a fast metabolism, along with a short digestive system, so they are required to … Continue reading

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