Preventative healthcare in companion animals: understanding owner triggers and changing behaviours

Donal Murphy
Saturday, February 1, 2014

Britain is a nation of pet lovers, with 53% of all households having a pet. People are very much aware of the benefits pets bring to society. Hardly a day goes by without new statistics or a news story being published about how much pets benefit people, and how people would do ‘anything’ for their pets. Yet this love is not always transposed into knowledge, and there remains a lack of understanding of what our pets need to remain healthy.

Preventative healthcare in companion animals: understanding owner triggers and changing behaviours
Preventative healthcare in companion animals: understanding owner triggers and changing behaviours

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