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Pet photo Competition winner announced

In April, our FACEBOOK page was inundated with an excellent selection of entries for our ‘Pets doing what they shouldn’t do’ Photo Competition.

Congratulations go to Sam Bushnell who the judges deemed the winner with:  “Oh Bolt, did the insurance cover this or was this ‘an act of dog’?”  A £25 […]

May 4th, 2018|

‘Reactive Dogs’ – how you should react

‘Reactive Dogs’ are becoming a far more common sight but do you know what to look for and more importantly what you need to consider and how you should react.

Rather than dreading regular walks or deliberately going out at odd hours or walking in the middle of nowhere in […]

April 4th, 2018|

Heart warming dog stories

There have been dogs throughout history that have fought in wars and crossed continents, been explorers and shown bravery that would be impressive if it had been demonstrated by a human hero. These exceptional canines are guaranteed to melt anybody’s heart of even the staunchest cat lover.

There are plenty of stories […]

February 24th, 2018|

Tadley Pet Supplies appointed main County stockists for Poppy’s Picnic raw food range

Tadley Pet Supplies has just been appointed as main stockists in Hampshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire for the Poppy’s Picnic – a Biologically Appropriate Raw Food (BARF) diet.

Poppy’s Picnic provides your dog with all the healthy vitamins, minerals and natural oils they need to keep healthy. It can also help them lose excess […]

January 26th, 2017|

Spotting Hypothermia in your pets

With this cold spell of weather we often think of old and infirm family members being affected by hypothermia but surprisingly your dog (and to a degree your cat) could also be at risk. Here we look at what it takes for your pet to succumb to the condition, how […]

January 10th, 2017|

Taking the stress out of fireworks

While fireworks displays can be extremely fun for us, many pets can be frightening and sometimes traumatised by loud bangs and flashes so as we again prepare for the firework season (Dewali, bonfire night and a little further away Christmas and New Year’s Eve) we thought we’d offer […]

November 1st, 2016|

Feed the birds

Caring for wild birds over the winter and encouraging them to visit your garden

There is already a discernible nip in the air in the mornings – heralding short winter days and cold nights – and potentially tough times for the wild birds.  So here we provide some simple ways to encourage them […]

October 3rd, 2016|

Ticks – a real problem

Don’t be left in the dark about the problems ticks bites cause; how to treat tick bites and how you can help prevent them spreading
Go for a walk across a field and the chances are you could come back with more than you bargained for. Ticks are extremely prevalent at […]

August 5th, 2016|

Avoiding heat stroke

If dogs are too hot and are unable to reduce their body temperature by panting, they could develop heatstroke which can kill.

If a dog is displaying any signs of heatstroke, move them to a cool, shaded area and call a vet immediately. Some types of dog are more prone to […]

July 25th, 2016|

Fish need oxygen in the summer!

As good as your pond gets, it may actually be balancing on a knife-edge — and here’s why. In the summer when the water heats up, oxygen levels drop. As a result pond fish struggle to breath and can suffocate.

Oxygen
Oxygen, or the lack of it, is the biggest risk to […]

July 10th, 2016|