As winter starts to cover the country in a frosty embrace, it’s essential to be aware of how to keep our four legged friends – both canine and feline – safe and cosy. 

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There are many different types of wild mushrooms and toadstools that grow in the UK. They are most commonly found in the autumn months, between September and November. Mushrooms usually grow in woodlands and parks, and they can even be seen in gardens.

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Both indoor and outdoor plants can be poisonous to our pets. The symptoms of poisoning can range from mild to very severe, depending on the plant involved and how much has been eaten. Dogs and cats of all ages can be affected.

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Autumn is a beautiful time of year for long dog walks. But during this time, some pet owners may find themselves worrying about their dogs’ eating habits.
In this article, find out why your dog might be eating leaves, what to do, and how to prevent it.

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October already! And while we’re wondering what happened to the rest of the year, Halloween is almost upon us. Which means it’s that time of the year again –  trick-or-treating, ghostly gatherings, dressing-up dilemmas, and all sorts of ghoulish goodies in the shops.

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Autumn can be a beautiful time of the year, but it is important to be aware of the dangers for our dogs and cats during these months.
Some of these risks are mild, such as skin allergies or certain parasites. Others can be more serious, such as eating poisonous plants or severe stress due to fireworks.

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