Tips & Tails

Nurture wants to actively be part of your pet’s wellbeing, which means our Nurture treatment approach doesn’t stop once your appointment finishes.

To help you nurture a healthy pet at home, our team regularly update our Tips & Tails with proactive guides and easy-to-digest articles on a wide variety of pet care topics.

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Nurture explains the importance of regular cat worming

April 14th, 2024

Intestinal worms can pose a real health risk to our feline and human companions. Learn more about how to protect your family here.

Nurture’s cat-loving vets share common signs of cat fleas

April 7th, 2024

Fleas are tiny parasites that can quickly become a nuisance for both cats and their human companions. Here are some signs to look out for.

Pet friendly plants & spring gardening safety tips for dogs

March 21st, 2024

Nurture have some essential spring garden safety tips to ensure a hazard-free environment for your canine companion.

Spring cleaning safety tips including which products are toxic for cats

March 14th, 2024

How to ensure your curious cat stays happy and healthy with spring cleaning tips from the team at Nurture.

Growing Goodness: The wonders of edible gardens for small pets

March 7th, 2024

Celebrate the arrival of spring in Somerset by creating an edible garden for your small furry pets. Discover how.

Discover which foods are good for your rabbit’s teeth

February 21st, 2024

In this article, Vet Rachel explores the foods that we recommend to help keep your rabbit’s teeth healthy and strong.

Vet Rachel explains causes of bad dog breath and when to be concerned

February 14th, 2024

While occasional bad dog breath is fairly normal, persistent bad breath can indicate underlying health issues that need attention, learn more.

Should you clean a cat’s teeth?

February 7th, 2024

Nurture is spreading the word that February is Dental Awareness Month. Discover how to care for your cat’s oral health.

Why winter heat stroke in dogs isn’t to be sniffed at

January 21st, 2024

Read the top tips from Nurture on how to reduce the risk of heat stroke in dogs this winter in our article.

Can Seasonal Affective Disorder affect cats in Somerset?

January 14th, 2024

Have you noticed a change in your cat’s behaviour that ties in with the change in season? Learn about S.A.D. and if it could be the cause.

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