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We all want the best for our pets, right? Often, the first place to start is with their diet. To be complete and balanced, pet foods must contain all the essential nutrients required by the animal they are designed for, in the correct amounts for the life stage of the pet. The WALTHAM® Centre for Pet Nutrition is the global science centre for Mars Petcare, focused on investigating the nutrition and care needs of dogs and cats. The expert research carried out at WALTHAM® underpins the Mars Petcare product range, including Pedigree® and Whiskas®. As a result Pedigree® and Whiskas® have continuously developed pet food that tastes delicious and is tailored to your pets needs at every life stage.

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Caring for your pet is such a rewarding experience. Paws up if you just can’t get enough of bonding time with your best pal? And the healthier they are, the happier they are! Beyond the basics of making sure your pets are warm and fed, there are lots of ways to care for your pet, whether it’s rewarding them with treats, pet-proofing your home or checking their paws and coat. It’s so important to bond and socialise with your pet, and it is great fun too.

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Exercise and mental well-being is just as important for your pet as it is for you, and play is a simple yet effective way to get active together! Play is also an essential part of development for almost every animal. It teaches them coordination, social rules and structures.

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Did you know DentaStix is recommended by Irish Vets? DentaStix are scientifically proven to reduce tartar build-up by up to 80%. Start your dog's oral care routine today. ...

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It's a new year, which means new resolutions. Make 2017 the year that your dog adopts a daily dental routine. Check out Pete the Vet's tips on how to look after your dog's teeth. ...

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Weekend squad goals. Thanks Bridget Clifford for sharing this cute pic. ...

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Exercise is so important for a dog's health, both body and mind. Be sure to get out and about with your pup every day. Where's their favourite spot for a runaround?
Thanks Karen O'Donnell for sharing your photo of Shanti.
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Sometimes a little treat is just what's needed to get you through the slow start of the week. What's your dog's favourite Pedigree treat?
We love this cute pic of Molly, thanks for sharing Janet Rogan!
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We love rescue stories, when cat’s are brought into a loving home and raised to be big, healthy, happy cats! Check out this gorgeous guy, Teddy here, adopted by Arlene! Have you rescued a cat or kitten recently, we’d love to hear your stories! ...

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A lot of people worry about introducing new kittens to existing pets! Take your time and be patient, older pets may feel territorial over your house and you! And remember, hissing, arching backs and bushy tails are all just instincts when out of their comfort zone. With a little time cats, dogs and all other pets will learn to live with each other, maybe even love each other like Dottie and Ellie here! ...

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Has your cat tried Dentabites? Dentabites is the treat that keeps on giving! Not only will your cat love the taste but the benefits for her teeth and gums will keep her healthy and hygienic! Dentabites break down tartar on the teeth and gums and the soft texture moulds to your cat’s teeth, reaching all those stubborn areas! Smiles all round! ...

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Anyone else dreaming of some snow this winter? Just because we may not have snow or ice doesn’t mean our pet pals can’t feel the cold. Make sure your cat has a place outside where he or she can pop into for a midday nap, ensure there’s plenty of warm blankets, old clothes even pillows to keep them secure and warm! ...

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