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The latest from NAWT
Post-operative care in rabbits – RAW23
Day 4 of Rabbit Awareness Week 2023 is focusing on the pre-operative care in rabbits, and making sure they recover well after surgery.
Introduction to rabbit castration – RAW23
Day 3 of Rabbit Awareness Week 2023 is giving an introduction to castration, what the operation entails, and the health benefits it incurs.
Introduction to spaying rabbits – RAW23
Day 2 of Rabbit Awareness Week 2023 is giving an introduction to spaying, what the operation entails, and the health benefits it incurs.
Introduction to neutering rabbits – RAW23
Day 1 of Rabbit Awareness Week 2023 is giving an introduction to neutering, what the operation entails, and the health benefits it incurs.
“Silent Killer”: Walking dogs in hot weather as ‘deadly as a hot car’.
With temperatures set to reach around 29 degrees today, and throughout the rest of the week, it is important to understand the dangers when it comes to our pets.
Keeping our pets safe at Christmas
Christmas is a wonderful time of the year, full of festivities and yummy treats. However, it's important to understand this time of year can be dangerous for our pets.
Keeping pets safe during Halloween & Bonfire night
Read our advice on how to keep your pets safe during Halloween and Bonfire night
Pet water safety - what to look out for
Although the summer holidays are slowly coming to an end, there is still time for those last minute get aways, and days out in the sunshine.
7 DIY Canine Enrichment Ideas
Dogs are smart animals and it is crucial that we provide them with plenty of mental stimulation to exercise their brains!
Adolescence in Dogs - Surviving the Teenage Years
It is often a shock for many pet owners when their cute, well-behaved puppy suddenly turns into Kevin the Teenager with a ‘talk to the paw ‘cos the face ain’t listening’ attitude.
Choosing a Kennel or Cattery
Some of our NAWT centres are now offering pet boarding services as a way to raise additional funds, so we thought it would be helpful to give some advice on finding the right boarding establishment for your pet.
Advice on Lyme Disease
As part of Lyme Disease Awareness Month in May, we created a useful infographic that contains symptoms, prevention, and more.
What to do if you find a cat
Cats do not have the same legal status as dogs do, meaning that they have very little protection in the eyes of the law. This means that local councils and authorities do not have a responsibility to deal with lost or stray cats.
Safely Walk Your Dog Around Cows
Walking with your dog through a field of cows can be an intimidating and nerve-wracking experience, so here are some tips to help keep you and your dog safe.
Pet Theft Awareness Pack
As part of Pet Theft Awareness Week, we have put together a downloadable pet theft pack, to help you avoid finding yourself victim of this awful crime, and also to help any owner who does find themselves on the search for their beloved pet.
Keeping your Dog and Livestock Safe
This guide offers you an overview of the law as well as some practical tips and suggestions to help you ensure you keep both your dog and livestock safe.
Come Back! Training the Recall
Letting a dog off lead requires a reliable recall because not only is the dog likely to be at a distance from you, but also he or she is likely to be distracted by interesting smells, cats, dogs, people or fast moving wildlife.
Your Dog and The Law
As a responsible dog owner you need to know about dog legislation in order to protect you, your dog and the wider community.
On the Road with Your Dog
With thousands of people expected to take to the roads this summer, we are reminding people of the ways they can ensure both they and their dogs can remain safe on the road.
The Puppy Buyer's Checklist
We understand that sometimes it is the right choice for a family to decide to get a puppy rather than a rescue dog. With that in mind, we have advice for people who have decided to purchase a puppy.
Keeping Pets Safe in Summer
As the weather heats up take a look at our top tips to ensure your pet stays safe and happy during warm temperatures.
Pets and Fireworks
The Firework season seems to be getting longer each year and can be a stressful time for all pets. Read on to find out how planning ahead can help keep them safe and less stressed through this time of year.
Keeping Pets Safe in Autumn
The arrival of autumn brings a new set of challenges to pet owners, especially when the clocks go back, so here are some tips for keeping you and your pet safe and well as the nights draw in.
Keeping Pets Safe in Spring
Here are some tips to help you keep your pets safe and healthy as you start spending more time in the great outdoors.
Caring for your rabbit
Rabbits make lovely pets but do need plenty of care to keep them healthy. This advice sheet will help you keep your rabbits a happy as possible.
How to prevent your dog from being stolen
Discovering your dog has been stolen and never knowing what happened to him has to be an owner’s worst nightmare.
Compulsory Microchipping - Information for owners
From 6 April 2016 all dogs in England and Wales have to be microchipped.