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Pet Health: Expert advice and supplements for your dog or cat

From joints to coat to mood and digestion, the advice and supplements you need to keep your pet in the best of health. With expert advice from vet Dr Joanna Woodnutt.

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"Given the unconditional love they give us, it's no surprise that pets are firmly part of the family. In fact, there are demonstrable mental health benefits to owning pets, and many people feel a home isn't complete without one.

"Part of being a good pet parent is finding ways to keep your fur family healthy and happy for as long as possible."

Dr Joanna Woodnutt, small animal veterinarian

Pet joint care

A lifetime of running and jumping can play havoc with your pet's joints. Over time, they produce less lubricating joint fluid, and the smooth sliding surface of the cartilage becomes worn away. Normal day-to-day impacts start to cause damage, inflammation, and arthritis. Fortunately, there are ways you can help.

Dog and cat joints support

Flexi-Joints Plus: glucosamine, chondroitin and vitamin C for your dog's joints

Flexi-Joints Plus for Dogs: glucosamine, chondroitin and green lipped mussel

Flexi-Joints Plus is particularly useful for dogs who do high-impact exercise, or who have had injuries or operations on their joints. Glucosamine and chondroitin are found naturally in cartilage, while green-lipped mussel is a source of EPA and DHA, two important omega 3 fatty acids known for their anti-inflammatory effects.

Flexi-Joints for cats: Glucosamine and chondroitin joint mobility blend for cats

Flexi-Joints for Cats: glucosamine, chondroitin and vitamins C and E

Cats are masters at hiding signs of pain, but that doesn't mean they don't feel it. There's evidence that 9 out of 10 senior cats will show arthritic joints on x-ray. Glucosamine and chondroitin are building blocks of normal cartilage. By ensuring your cat has plenty of these nutrients in their diet, you can support their mobility.

Dog joints advice

Dog anxiety and mood

Canine anxiety is on the rise, and can have a huge impact on a dog's mental and physical health. Behavioural problems related to anxiety are one of the main reasons for dogs to be re-homed. Noise phobias, fear of travelling, and reactivity to other dogs are all common anxieties: here's how to support your dog.

Dog anxiety and mood support

MagiCalm: Magnesium, B vitamins, L−trytophan, L−tyrosine, chamomile

More than 1 in 3 dogs is thought to suffer with noise-related anxiety, 1 in 4 with fearfulness, and one in five with separation anxiety. L-tryptophan and L-tyrosine help create happiness-boosting chemicals in the body, while chamomile has been used for stress since ancient times.

Dog anxiety and mood advice


Flatulence, rumbling tummy, abdominal pain, and soft faeces are all signs of digestive upset that can easily be missed. Dogs might also suffer from more obvious signs, including vomiting and chronic diarrhoea. Although some dogs may have a problem that needs veterinary intervention, others just need a little help with extra fibre, probiotics, or prebiotics.

Digestion support

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Pet Pro Digest: probiotics and prebiotics

The bacteria that live in your dog's gut can have a huge impact on their digestive system. By supplementing with 'good' bacteria (probiotics) and providing fibre and fructo-oligosaccharides (prebiotics) to feed these bacteria to help them thrive, you can improve your pet's gut health.

Digestion advice

Dog and cat coat

A thick, shiny coat is a sign of health in our pets. Unfortunately, many animals suffer from a dull, scurfy, or patchy coat. Regular grooming can help spread oils over your pet's fur to give them a natural, healthy-looking shine. Supplementing with essential fatty acids can also help.

Dog and cat coat support

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Glossy Coat Omega: omega 3 fish oils for your pet

Healthy skin means a healthy coat. Essential fatty acids are important in the skin barrier, helping to keep allergens out and to keep the skin moisturised. Two essential fatty acids called DHA and EPA are also known for their anti-inflammatory properties, and have benefits for skin and joint health.

Dog and cat coat advice

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