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You may be wondering how you are going to be able to exercise your dog if you are unable to leave your home.  There are many ways that you can keep your pet active whilst at home and keeping them mentally exercised will help to balance this.

As well as looking out for our own mental wellbeing, it’s also important to keep an eye on your pet’s behaviour and look out for signs of anxiety.  Our guide to supporting your pet’s mental health may give you some ideas about how to keep them calm and happy.

We all know it’s not healthy for our pets to be overweight and, in extreme circumstances like these, it could be easy to fall into bad habits by giving your pet extra treats or naughty snacks.  

Unlike domestic dogs and cats, a rabbit's teeth never stop growing and can grow nearly 2mm a week. Wild rabbits adapt for this growth by chewing daily on coarse grass and other vegetation that helps to wear down the crowns of their teeth. Pet rabbits are not typically offered access to the same type of vegetation and often consume dry pellets as the bulk of their diet.

Grooming is an important part of pet welfare and wellbeing and should be carried out regularly.

Spending time grooming your dog or cat can benefit your own mental health and improve your relationship with them. It is a good idea to start getting your pets used to grooming from an early age. 

When we think about weight management in pets it can be easy to focus on their exercise routine and how active they might, or might not, be. However, getting them out for their daily walk is only part of it, and in fact what they eat from one day to the next plays an equally important role.

We all know that the better our diet and the healthier our food, then the higher the chance of us having a better quality of life. Well, the same goes for our pets!