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HIIT work outs for you and your dog

I stumbled onto the HIIT workout craze a year ago and have been hooked ever since.  HIIT or High Intensity Interval Training is a form of exercise where you blast your body with short bursts of intensive activity to intermittently raise your heart rate.  It’s great at improving your fitness, burning calories and trimming down […]

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Paul Manktelow at Petlife #18

Petlife 2018 and our very own Paul Manktelow As you may know from our last post this coming Sunday something extraordinary is taking place. The PDSA is proud to present Petlife-A dog friendly music festival and all day event will be hosted at Cheltenham Race course in Gloucestershire! As well as live music from some […]

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Meditation For Dogs

Meditation and me I’ve recently returned from a meditation retreat in India where my mind and body was put through an incredibly intense experience in a quest to find inner calmness. There were 50 others on the retreat but interaction through speaking or eye contact was completely prohibited, a practice which was called the Noble […]

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A Tribute To This Man’s Best Friend

Dolly The World’s Greatest Rescue Dog I recently had to say goodbye to Dolly, and like any owner, I truly believed that she was the world’s greatest dog. From her painful and shaky start in life, this amazing girl went on to spread so much joy to so many people’s lives. This article has been […]

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StreetVet-Aiding the pets and their owners on the streets!

Street Vet-A New Initiative In light of World Homeless Day this week we at Vital Pet Health want to tell you about a fantastic new initiative aimed at helping homeless people and their pets. Homelessness is a growing problem in the UK and an increasing number of homeless people have dogs. The bond between many […]

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Being A Doggy Co-Parent

As many of you know I have a great little rescue dog called Dolly. Like most dogs, Dolly chose me and not the other way around. The problem at the time was that my working hours wouldn’t let me commit to a dog full time. I didn’t want to make a promise to a dog […]

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