• NEW Frontline Wormer
    2nd Nov 2022
    Recently launched Frontline Wormer for dogs and cats provides a worming solution for your pet from the brand you trust to protect them from fleas and ticks. A broad-spectrum wormer, Frontlin… read more
  • Puppy & Kitten Development
    8th Sep 2022
    It is essential for any owner to be aware of how best to support the rapid changes which puppies and kittens go through in the early stages of their lives. Development from a blind, defenceless neon… read more
  • Dogs, Cats & Obesity
    24th Aug 2022
    As with humans, being overweight can cause animals similar health issues and with recent research from the PFMA suggesting that half of all cats and dogs in the UK are overweight, this is a an incre… read more
  • 8th Aug 2022
    Hyperdrug is proud to be the chosen supplier of medicines and surgical products to very many animal charities - ranging from small, local groups to national organisations. Our pharmacists provide a po… read more
  • Benefits of Brewers Yeast
    11th Jul 2022
    DOGS OF ALL BREEDS EAT BREWERS YEAST TABLETS LIKE A TREATBUT WHAT ARE THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF FEEDING IT ?Brewer's Yeast is a natural feed supplement and by-product of the brewing industry which has be… read more
  • Top Tips For Grooming Your Dog At Home
    28th Jun 2022
    Just like with humans, proper bathing and grooming is vital for their health and well-being.Grooming your dog at home can be a cost-effective way to keep them looking and feeling their best.Brush Th… read more
  • Staying Safe In The Darker Hours
    12th Nov 2021
    High visibility clothing should be worn no matter what time of day at this time of year – after all the better you can be seen by others the safer you are likely to beNow that the clocks have gone bac… read more
  • Fireworks & Pets - Helping Them Cope
    26th Oct 2021
    Animals hearing, generally speaking is far more acute than humans. Loud noises such as those produced by fireworks – bangs and whistles, can cause actual pain in the ears of animals. It is for this re… read more
  • Probiotics For Dogs
    15th Oct 2021
    Probiotics – or good bacteria – are live organisms which live in your dogs gut. These beneficial bacteria play a number or roles which support your dogs’ general digestive health. This includes assist… read more
  • How to Take Care of Your Dogs Teeth
    25th Aug 2021
    How to Take Care of Your Dogs TeethOral hygiene is just as important for your pet as it is for you. Just the same as humans, if your dog’s teeth are not cleaned regularly, plaque will build up on the… read more
  • Separation anxiety with dogs post covid
    19th Aug 2021
    Back to work post Covid? Helping your pet cope with separation anxiety.Separation related behaviour – often known as separation anxiety – is behaviour which only happens when the pet is separated from… read more
  • Keeping dogs cool in the summer
    28th Jun 2019
    Dogs can quickly and fatally overheat not only are most of them covered in thick hair they also cannot sweat so to keep cool they must rely on panting and releasing heat through the pads on their paws… read more
  • Killer Dog Disease Hits UK
    18th Apr 2016
    Browse all flea treatments for dogs or flea treatments for cats and rabbits.An outbreak of Babesiosis in Harlow Essex has dog owners throughout the country concerned for well being of their dogs and h… read more
  • Joint Pain In Dogs & Cats
    25th Feb 2016
    How to ease joint pain in dogs and catsSigns that your pet is experiencing increased stiffness and joint pain include:Reluctance to walk, jump, or playLimpingLagging behind on walksDifficulty rising f… read more
  • Hurtta Owners Size Chart
    22nd Feb 2016
    Hurtta Size GuideMEASURING THE DOG1. The back length should be measured from the withers (not the collar) to the base of the tail, while the dog is standing in normal position.Hurtta Size GuideMEASURI… read more
  • Arthritis In Dogs
    18th Feb 2016
    ARTHRITIS AND LOSS OF MOBILITY IN DOGSCanine arthritis is similar to osteo-arthritis in humans and can affect both mature and younger dogs. Joints become inflamed and painful which in turn leads to re… read more
  • Zylkene Fireworks and Pets Video
    18th Feb 2016
    From building dens to not scolding your pets. Loads of helpful advice for pet owners.Zylkene pet advice for fireworks. From building dens to not scolding your pets. Loads of helpful advice for pet own… read more
  • Understanding Cushings Disease
    18th Feb 2016
    UNDERSTANDING CUSHINGS DISEASE & SYNDROME IN DOGS and HORSES.These are conditions where excessive amounts of glucocorticoids are produced. Strictly speaking Cushing’s Disease is where a pituitary… read more
  • Understanding Thyroid Problems
    18th Feb 2016
    UNDERSTANDING THYROID PROBLEMS IN DOGS & CATSCats may suffer from over production of thyroid hormones (hyperthyroidism) in later life. The signs of this include weight loss plus restlessness and a… read more
  • Solving Flea & Tick Problems
    17th Feb 2016
    Browse all flea treatments for dogs or flea treatments for cats and rabbits.The problem ?Millions of pounds are spent every year on insecticidal drops which apparently do not work although they are me… read more
  • Joint Supplements for Dogs and Horses
    11th Feb 2016
    Supplements are widely used when dogs or horses develop stiffness in their joints and a good supplement will help maintain healthy joints and freedom of movement. It may also delay the need for “presc… read more
  • New Hills Metabolic
    6th Jul 2013
    When dogs or cats are overweight this can lead to health problems such as diabetes and heart disease. Arthritis can also be worsened by the inflammatory effects of obesity.While we control how much do… read more
  • How can I tell if my dog or cat has fleas?
    13th Jun 2013
    Browse all flea treatments for dogs or flea treatments for cats and rabbits.Fleas can cause irritation where they bite and can make your cat or dog itchy. So look for signs of excessive grooming, such… read more
  • My dog does not have fleas
    11th Jun 2013
    Browse all flea treatments for dogs or flea treatments for cats and rabbits.“My dog does not have fleas”This was the indignant reaction from my sister in law when I mildly suggested that the collectio… read more
  • New alert system on twitter for Parvo Virus
    6th Nov 2012
    A new alert system has been launched to inform veterinary professionals and dog owners of reported cases of parvo virus.@parvoalert by Virbac animal health is a twitter feed that displays the outcode… read more
  • Is Chocolate Harmful to Dogs
    5th Nov 2012
    As we approach the festive season Hyperdrug is warning owners against feeding dogs chocolate.It is not obesity that is the concern but one of the ingredients found in chocolate called theobremine whic… read more
  • 1st Sep 2012
    Q. My Vet has never offered me a prescription.A.Unfortunately this is not unusual despite the efforts of the Royal College ofVeterinary Surgeons to ensure Vets obey their legal & professional obli… read more
  • Flea problems and the pupae stage
    1st Aug 2012
    Browse all flea treatments for dogs or flea treatments for cats and rabbits.Allergy to FleasIf your pet is still scratching after using flea drops they may have developed an allergy to flea dust which… read more
  • Worming Pregnant Bitches
    30th Jul 2012
    Browse all dog wormers and cat wormersPuppies are born with roundworms which even regular worming throughout their lives will not eliminate completely. Worms pass across the placenta from the bitch be… read more
  • Frontline Alternative
    27th Jul 2012
    Browse all flea treatments for dogs or flea treatments for cats and rabbits.The way the drug industry works is that when drugs are new, the drug company that developed them has a patent, that means t… read more