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Coping with Car Rides

Jun 14, 2021

Travelling in the car can be stressful for our canines, especially for puppies adapting to the process. With changing visual stimuli, potential motion sickness and confinement, the car can often not be our pet's favoured place to be! Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look at management of canine car travel in our latest blog...  It is important to try and associate cars and car journeys ...

Why Electrolytes are an essential part of Kit

Jun 14, 2021

Electrolytes with MSM & Vitamins  should be an essential part of your equine kit; crucial for your horse's recovery after hard exercise. The action of sweating allows the horse to reduce their body temperature as the sweat is absorbed by the atmosphere, cooling the body. However as equine sweat is isotonic the sweat contains salts, known as minerals, including sodium, potassium, magnesium a...

A Furry Problem: Coping with Coat-Shedding!

Apr 14, 2021

The Spring months are upon us and for many pet owners that brings with it the season of coat shedding, and our canine friends are common culprits of cloaking our homes in hair!  Dogs have three types of hair: primary, secondary and tactile hairs. Shedding sees the drop of the secondary hairs, which are soft and fluffy, often coating our furniture, carpet and clothing. Shedding is a natural mean...

Box Clever for Stress-Free Travel!

Apr 14, 2021

If you are an avid competitor or simply want to box your horse to sponsored rides or hacking sites elsewhere, an equine which becomes stressed whilst loading or travelling can act as an unwelcome stopper to your plans. Now the clocks have changed and with longer days, the opportunity and desire to 'get out and about' is ever increasing,  Scientific Nutritional Products take a look at travel and...

Advice for New Dog Owners

Mar 10, 2021

Purchasing or adopting a new puppy or older canine is often quite simply love at first sight.  So once you’ve fallen hook, line and sinker for your new canine friend as well as taking them home to meet the family it is vital to embrace the full commitment to the animal which will last their lifetime. Dogs can live for up to around 15 years old and sometimes even older.  Please ask yourself if y...

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