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Scrub up with Pet Head!

Scrub up with Pet Head!

by Helen Best May 20, 2020

So you've heard of Pet Head before... but what is so good about it? Check it out here!
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8 Useful Life Hacks for you and your Horse!

8 Useful Life Hacks for you and your Horse!

by Arctic Fox Creative Collaborator May 20, 2020

Life hacks can help you save money and improve efficiency, check out our guide to life hacks for you and your horse!
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Part 3: How to measure your Bit

Part 3: How to measure your Bit

by Helen Best May 19, 2020

So, you've found the right bit but now for it to work properly, you need the right size! Here is the helpful guide on measuring your bit.
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Part 2: Frequently Asked Questions

Part 2: Frequently Asked Questions

by Helen Best May 19, 2020

Have you got an unanswered question from Neue Schule that you just NEED to know? Check out this blog! Find out all the most frequently asked questions from Neue Schule about their bits.
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Part 1: What Horse BIT is the best for me?

Part 1: What Horse BIT is the best for me?

by Helen Best May 19, 2020

Are you looking for the perfect bit for your horse, but thinking there are so many!! Check out these horse bits and what they are used for to guide you on the right path of getting the bit you need...
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How to Care for your Horse and Pet's Teeth

How to Care for your Horse and Pet's Teeth

by Arctic Fox Creative Collaborator April 08, 2020

Dental health is very important in all animals, so here is our guide on how to care and maintain for your pet's pearly whites!
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Positive Reinforcement - Best way of training?

Positive Reinforcement - Best way of training?

by Helen Best March 25, 2020

You're training your dog, but what is the best course of action? What is positive reinforcement? Is it effective? All these questions will be answered below!
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5 Top Tips for entertaining your dog indoors!

5 Top Tips for entertaining your dog indoors!

by Helen Best March 18, 2020

It's a hard time at the moment and some may be self-isolating in the house! This could mean less or no walks for the dog! Don't worry... we've put together a few things for you and your dog to do to keep their minds stimulated.
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Bathing Pets - Yes or No?

Bathing Pets - Yes or No?

by Helen Best March 17, 2020

There is a lot of confusion around bathing your pets. Although it sounds like a good thing to keep them clean, it could actually harm them by over bathing! Animals like ferrets and rabbits can go without baths as it can strip required oils from their skin. Check out the handy guide below to see how often you should be bathing your pets or whether you should be bathing them at all.
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What makes cats a great companion?

What makes cats a great companion?

by Helen Best March 12, 2020

There are many benefits to owning a pet cat. Every cat has their own little personality. Losing a pet can be extremely heart-breaking, so it is nice knowing your animal friend will be around for a long time (10-12 years on average.) Many people feel a positivity waking up to their cat laying in their bed (unlike a dog they take up very little room!)

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Part 4: Caring for your Bit

Part 4: Caring for your Bit

by Helen Best March 02, 2020

Keeping your Bit in top condition is important, and not much work! Check out the simple guide
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Beat the Weather with Weatherbeeta

Beat the Weather with Weatherbeeta

by Helen Best February 24, 2020

Beat the snow, with Weatherbeeta!
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How to Check your Dog for Fleas

How to Check your Dog for Fleas

by Arctic Fox Creative Collaborator February 05, 2020

Here is the all-inclusive PetnPony guide to noticing finding and preventing fleas, and keeping your dog happy and flea free.
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History of the Horse: Their Evolution Story

History of the Horse: Their Evolution Story

by Helen Best January 29, 2020

Earth has been lucky enough to have horses for over 50 million years. They originated in North America, spreading to Asia and Europe. They became extinct in North America around 10,000 years ago but were reintroduced in the 16th century. There was a lot of extinctions in North America, Horses survived by crossing the Bering Land Bridge once connecting Alaska and Siberia, enabling them to cross into Asia spreading West.
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Wintec Saddles... just got better!

Wintec Saddles... just got better!

by Helen Best January 24, 2020

Been hunting endlessly for the perfect saddle for your high withered horse, or a grippy saddle to suit your wider horse? This blog is for you!
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Ice Vibe Therapy Boots

Ice Vibe Therapy Boots

by Helen Best January 17, 2020

ICE-VIBE boots are a portable massage boot with hot/cold inserts to create a warm or cold circulation treatment that can be used before or after exercise or during rehabilitation. By using the ICE-VIBE boots regularly you can stimulate the blood flow to your horse's legs whilst they are standing in a stable.
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What shouldn't you be giving your Rabbit?

What shouldn't you be giving your Rabbit?

by Helen Best January 13, 2020

We all love to spoil our pets with tasty food, but what are the foods that we should be avoiding for our rabbits? Find out now!
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How to Measure a Rug by Horseware

How to Measure a Rug by Horseware

by Helen Best January 07, 2020

The fit of your rug is extremely important to ensure maximum comfort for your horse, prevent rubbing and rug slippage.

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What's in my first aid box: Equine Edition

What's in my first aid box: Equine Edition

by Helen Best December 18, 2019

Many of us have a first aid kit, maybe in the cupboard or the car. We know that accidents may happen and horses shouldn't be treated differently! Being prepared for injuries can save the horse pain and you a lot of money. Here is a helpful guide to getting your first aid kit started!
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Why is Therapy-Tec... so good?

Why is Therapy-Tec... so good?

by Helen Best December 17, 2019

Do you want to increase your horses or dogs muscle function to reduce the risk of injury, reduce lactic acid build-up to assist in recovery and know they're in complete comfort before and after exercise?

If you answered yes to any of the above or just curious... read on!

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5 treats we know your Rabbit will LOVE!

5 treats we know your Rabbit will LOVE!

by Arctic Fox Creative Collaborator December 06, 2019

All pets deserve love, shelter and most importantly: treats! So read on to see 5 bunny treats that you'd be hopping mad not to get.
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Christmas Extravaganza 2019

Christmas Extravaganza 2019

by Helen Best December 05, 2019

Last year we held a Christmas Extravaganza at our Durham store and this year... it's BACK! 

The event will be available 2 days in December, Friday 6th and Wednesday 11th (6 pm - 9 pm). We have a variety of brands coming to the event on both days however, some are only available on 1 of the dates. Check out your Christmas Extravaganza timetable below!

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Guide to Fireworks and your Pets

Guide to Fireworks and your Pets

by Arctic Fox Creative Collaborator October 10, 2019

It's coming up to that time of the year again when people love to set off fireworks. It's a beautiful sight but however is not appreciated the same way by our pets. So we put together an all extensive guide on how to help your pet deal with fireworks this Winter!
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Walkies on the Beach: Do's & Dont's

Walkies on the Beach: Do's & Dont's

by Arctic Fox Creative Collaborator August 02, 2019

Your dog deserves an awesome walk this summer, and what better place to take them than a beach. They love splashing in the water, digging in the sand and most importantly running free off their lead! Here is our guide to the Do's and Donts' of a walk on the beach!
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5 Summer Essentials for you and your Pet! 2019

5 Summer Essentials for you and your Pet! 2019

by Helen Best July 05, 2019

Keep your pet cool this summer, as well as yourself, with our Top 5 Summer Essentials!
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Fly Strike: What is it?

Fly Strike: What is it?

by Helen Best June 01, 2019

The weather is warming up and the flies are on their way. But how do you protect your animals from the horrible effects of flystrike? The correct term for flystrike is 'Myiasis,' a fly will lay its eggs on the animal then they will hatch into maggots. (Blowflies, bluebottles and green bottles are the most dangerous.) They will feed on your animal and if not caught in time it can cause serious danger to your animal. 

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Dissolve the pet hair with Vamoosh!

Dissolve the pet hair with Vamoosh!

by Helen Best May 25, 2019

You've just bathed your dog; he smells amazing and looks super clean but... what about his bed? Tired of washing your dogs' bed for it to get all their all over the inside of your washing machine and having to unclog your tumble dryer filter for the dog bed to still be covered in hairs?

There is finally a solution, read on!

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Weatherbeeta ComfiTec Airflow with Hood & Ears

Weatherbeeta ComfiTec Airflow with Hood & Ears

by Helen Best May 18, 2019

Are you hunting for a horse rug that is comfortable, allows freedom of movement, as well as getting protected from the sun? Read on!

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Slim down your horse with NAF Slim

Slim down your horse with NAF Slim

by Helen Best May 13, 2019

Some horses may seem like an impossible task to keep their weight under control. Are you reducing their feed intake but finding they are a bit sluggish and just not acting their normal selves? This could be showing signs of vitamin and mineral deficiencies. There is finally a solution for your struggle! Read on to find out more...
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Caring for your Horse Rug!

Caring for your Horse Rug!

by Helen Best May 09, 2019

Horse rugs can be quite expensive, therefore keeping the one you have look as brand new as possible for the longest time can be helpful! Check out this simple guide for washing your horse rug and tips on how to store it!

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How to prevent your rabbit from overheating

How to prevent your rabbit from overheating

by Helen Best April 30, 2019

As the weather warms, we see dogs panting, birds bathing, but what about our rabbits? They can't sweat or pant and with the thick fur that they have, puts them at risk of overheating. The only way rabbits release heat is through their ears. If you have a rabbit or know someone with one and are worried about the hot weather approaching, read on...
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All about the Behaviours

All about the Behaviours

by Helen Best April 24, 2019

Animal Behaviour refers to everything an animal does including their movement and mental process. It is the way they interact with animals of the same species and different. Their behaviour can differ depending on their response to a stimulus.
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Pet N Pony Dog Walk

Pet N Pony Dog Walk

by Helen Best April 06, 2019

The dog walk is a free event aimed at those who want to make new friends, stay healthy and have 1 thing in common! A dog...

The walk originally started in February and will continue every month. From the February walk to the March walk, people joining in significantly increased. Most walks will be held on a Saturday morning between 9 am and 12 pm.

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How to Keep your Spring Chicks Entertained

How to Keep your Spring Chicks Entertained

by Helen Best March 29, 2019

It is spring, and what is more fun than hatching your very own chicks! However, the chicks need something to do whilst you can’t be there to prevent them getting bored, they may start to peck each other in the flock, bored chicks won’t be as alert to predators, boredom can lead to stress which can lead to health issues. Don’t worry, there are a variety of things to keep your chicks full of energy and happiness.
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Why you should trim your dogs nails

Why you should trim your dogs nails

by Helen Best March 12, 2019

Many dog owners don’t realise the importance of clipping your dogs’ nails, this can either seem like a pretty basic thing or a pretty impossible task to some people depending on their dog’s personality and reaction to their paws being touched. Read on for reasons why it is important and ways to help you do it.

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Before you buy – Reptile Edition

Before you buy – Reptile Edition

by Helen Best February 20, 2019

Reptiles if correctly cared for are exciting pets to own. However, they are extremely difficult and harder work than your cat or dog. Read on for a guide on things to consider before buying a reptile.
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Benefits of Owning a Dog

Benefits of Owning a Dog

by Helen Best February 13, 2019

People are always sayings dogs are man’s best friend and they are a popular pet to have in the house, but what are the actual benefits of owning a dog? Read on to find out!

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Staff member Lucy Read and her 2nd place at West Park Eventers challenge

Staff member Lucy Read and her 2nd place at West Park Eventers challenge

by Gavin Hughes February 12, 2019

My day started early doing my usual yard jobs and making sure Freddie was nice and clean, I loaded up nice and early as Freddie can sometimes be a little tinker when it comes to loading onto the wagon! We arrived at West Park with plenty of time to walk the course, there were plenty of questions for the pair of us, a few skinny jumps, barrels and a big ski jump, there was also two tricky fences on a dogleg with one stride.
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Stray Aid - The Urgent Heating Upgrade Appeal

Stray Aid - The Urgent Heating Upgrade Appeal

by Helen Best February 04, 2019

Right now, stray aid has an urgent appeal as they need to raise an entire £40,000 to cover the cost of an upgrade to their heating system. The new upgrade will make a massive difference in keeping the dogs as cosy and as comfortable as possible during the freezing cold winter months whilst they wait for new loving homes. They have already raised over half of their target with more than £25,000 in donations.
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Beginners guide to owning a puppy!

Beginners guide to owning a puppy!

by Helen Best January 28, 2019

Bringing a puppy home for the first time can be exciting for all the family but if you’re not prepared it can be very stressful and affect the future and how your puppy grows up. This guide will help put you at ease and be prepared before your new family member is home.

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Have you got the right bit?

Have you got the right bit?

by Helen Best January 24, 2019

There are so many different types of bits in the equestrian world, its easily to be confused! Keep on reading for a simple guide on the different types of bits and how they affect riding.
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Feeding and Caring for Rabbits

Feeding and Caring for Rabbits

by Helen Best January 23, 2019

Rabbits are an excellent pet for the entire family to enjoy, however, when it comes to their diet, it is very important you do your research and know how to cater for their needs.

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Feeding the Wild Birds

Feeding the Wild Birds

by Helen Best January 21, 2019

Winter is a difficult time for the birds, as food becomes hard to find. Some species will even travel extreme miles. However, we can help, read on to find out how you can get involved.
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Mud Fever Season

Mud Fever Season

by Helen Best January 16, 2019

Mud fever is an infection that affects the lower legs of a horse. It can cause cracks on the skin, leaving it sore. Any hair in the affected area will be lost. It is very uncomfortable for your horse and it can easily be caused which is why prevention is very important. Read on for more help and advice.
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Winter Feeding Guide for Horse Owners

Winter Feeding Guide for Horse Owners

by Helen Best January 15, 2019

During this time of year there is little to no nutrition left in the grass. Some horses keep their weight quite well in this weather however, some are poor doers and need extra help. Read on to find out!
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Guide to Flea and Worming

Guide to Flea and Worming

by Helen Best January 10, 2019

It is very common for your dog to get fleas or worms at least once whilst owning them. This can be a long and irritating process for both owner and animal. Therefore, prevention is better than cure. Those few minutes you take to prevent, will help to avoid the extra effort in getting them treated.

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Bathing and Grooming tips for your horse!

Bathing and Grooming tips for your horse!

by Helen Best December 28, 2018

During the year there are different events happening for you and your horse meaning your horse needs to look on top form. This guide will help you to understand the different brushes and how to get your horse competition ready!
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Beginner Mistakes and How to Correct Them

Beginner Mistakes and How to Correct Them

by Megan Balmer August 22, 2018

We compiled a list of the most common and simplest mistakes to make when you begin horseriding and how to correct them.
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Catnip: What do You Know?

Catnip: What do you know?

by Arctic Fox Creative Collaborator August 08, 2018

When someone says catnip, you most likely think of those funny cat videos on youtube, but is this all catnip is?
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5 Summer Essentials for You and Your Pet!

5 Summer Essentials for You and Your Pet! 2018

by Arctic Fox Creative Collaborator July 26, 2018

Summer is in full swing, the sun is beaming and there's nothing better than spending time with your pets! Heres our Summer Essentials:
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