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COVID-19 Update 1st June 2020

Here we are, almost 10 weeks into Covid-19 Lockdown. So much has happened and so much has changed in the last 10 weeks that it is hard to keep up and even harder to keep focus on what we are doing and why we are doing it. At the start...

Socialising & habituating your puppy and keeping adult dogs entertained during Covid_19 outbreak

During these difficult times we need to get a bit ingenious with how we occupy, train, socialise and habituate our puppies \ dogs. Enrichment at home We can't take our dogs for nice long exploratory walks currently, so we need to make their life at home that bit more interesting! Firstly, if...

Fireworks Awareness

Fireworks Awareness

The firework season is fast approaching and whilst, for most of us humans, this can be a fun and exciting time of the year, for many of our pets, it can be a very scary time indeed. Dogs particularly can be very badly affected by the bangs and other noises...

Update on Parasite Treatments for Dogs

Update on Parasite Treatments for Dogs

There have been some changes to the products we are recommending for routine parasite treatment in dogs and we wanted to explain why: Ticks are becoming more common and can transmit serious diseases which affect dogs, cats and people Lungworm remains a risk in our area, but many standard wormers do...

AlphaPet News Summer 2019

AlphaPet News Summer 2019

The new edition of AlphaPet News has just been published. Click here to read online or here to download a PDF copy

The AlphaPet Charity Animal Fun Day & Dog Show 2019

This year, our annual show will take place on Sunday 11th August 2019 12:30pm – 4.30pmon The Queens Field, West Meads, Bognor Regis PO21 5SB What to expect:- Spirit FM!- Charity Stalls- Homemade Cakes- 2nd Hand Pet Accessories- Tombola- Pets Corner- Bouncy Castle- Dog...

Woody Update

Woody Update

Woody is the cat that we were called out to by the RSPCA on 26th September 2017. Here is the original post about him He'd been hit by a car and had a horribly fractured pelvis as well as being hypothermic and with multiple leg wounds. As a charity, the...

The Importance of Microchipping your pet

The Importance of Microchipping your pet

Recently we have seen several animals brought into us as strays that either didn’t have a microchip, or had one, but the owners contact details were out of date. Sadly this means that we are either unable to locate their owner, or we have to use other means of...