Firework fear is an issue for cats too says Lintbells

Cats may be just as likely as dogs to experience firework fear but their owners are less able to recognise the behaviour.1 Cat owners are also less likely to use common techniques adopted by dog owners, such as distraction, to help calm their cat.1 Making cat owners aware of the help available and suggesting fear […]

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Lintbells gets excited about calming at BVNA Congress

Following on from the launch of YuCALM Cat, Lintbells, the premium natural supplements manufacturer, is making calming the focus on its stand D17 at the BVNA Congress. The newest addition to the Lintbells portfolio is proving very popular, prompting Lintbells to conclude that cat owners are becoming increasingly aware of the signs that their cat […]

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Lintbells says Mobility Matters and the profession agrees

Last year Lintbells launched the Mobility Matters initiative and it has been so successful that it is to be repeated this October, running through to early 2019. The practice support pack, which facilitates the setting up of nurse clinics for pets with stiff joints, will be expanded to accommodate cats. Lintbells’ team of Veterinary Business […]

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Separation anxiety may peak at end of summer

Premium natural supplements company Lintbells says there’s often an increased need for its pet calming supplements in September as children return to school and family routines go back to normal after a summer spent together due to separation anxiety. Up to 30% of dogs1 show obvious signs of anxiety when home alone and many more […]

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Lintbells supports practices with new initiative for calmer pets

‘Don’t Fret Pet ‘ campaign Lintbells is launching a new initiative for practices that will support efforts to keep pets calm – both in the practice, at home and in the wider community. The YuCALM ‘Don’t Fret Pet’ campaign starts in July and practices will be able to benefit from practice support materials including posters, […]

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