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Pet advice guide: yours to download for free

Useful kitten and puppy advice for new pet owners. This FREE download is packed full of handy advice for new puppy and kitten owners. This pet advice guide is supplied courtesy of the veterinary staff at Castle Vets in Launceston.

Pet advice guide: yours to download for free

Useful kitten and puppy advice for new pet owners. This FREE download is packed full of handy advice for new puppy and kitten owners. This pet advice guide is supplied courtesy of the veterinary staff at Castle Vets in Launceston

7 Promises you should make to your new puppy or kitten

A free pet advice guide designed for new puppy and kitten owners…

Topics included in this download;

  • Behaviour and training
  • Vaccinations
  • Exercising
  • Nutrition advice
  • Parasite
  • Health advice
  • Grooming

Download your free booklet

Enter your details below and we’ll give you a link so you can download this useful PDF guide for puppy and kitten owners.

Terms and conditions: By downloading this PDF document from our website you are giving us (Castle Veterinary Group Ltd) consent to add you to our customer mailing list. You may unsubscribe at any time. we promise not to send you any unsolicited emails and will never give your information to any other company. You can view the Castle Vets privacy policy here.

What’s inside?

If you have a new puppy or kitten in your household this PDF booklet contains some really useful advice to help your new best friend settle in.

Here’s an extract to get you started;

“Welcoming a new puppy or kitten in to the family is always an exciting time.

You’ve picked your ideal pet, you have all the stuff, you’ve got them insured, so now it’s settling in and enjoying all those cuddles and games as you get to know each other. Much like bringing a human baby home, these are times you’ll never forget.

As wonderful as this time is we know that alongside the cuddles, the responsibility of a new family member can sometimes feel overwhelming. This new fluffy bundle of joy is going to depend on the care you give them for the rest of their lives. Children are very vocal about their needs and let you know when things are wrong, but cats and dogs and not always so good at that!

It’s always a good idea to start the way you mean to go on, so we’ve noted down the 7 most important promises to make to your puppy or kitten as soon as you bring them home. Make these standard practice from the start and you will be able to ensure your pet, and therefore the family they are now part of, stay in the best of health and that you all have the happiest, longest of lives together…

7 Promises you should make to your new puppy or kitten

A free pet advice guide designed for new puppy and kitten owners…

Download your free booklet

Enter your details below and we’ll give you a link so you can download this useful PDF guide for puppy and kitten owners.

Terms and conditions: By downloading this PDF document from our website you are giving us (Castle Veterinary Group Ltd) to add you to our customer mailing list. You may unsubscribe at any time. we promise not to send you any unsolicited emails and will never give your information to any other company. You can view the Castle Vets privacy policy here.

Topics included in this download;

  • Behaviour and training
  • Vaccinations
  • Exercising
  • Nutrition advice
  • Parasite
  • Health advice
  • Grooming

What’s inside?

If you have a new puppy or kitten in your household this PDF booklet contains some really useful advice to help your new best friend settle in.

Here’s an extract to get you started;

“Welcoming a new puppy or kitten in to the family is always an exciting time.

You’ve picked your ideal pet, you have all the stuff, you’ve got them insured, so now it’s settling in and enjoying all those cuddles and games as you get to know each other. Much like bringing a human baby home, these are times you’ll never forget.

As wonderful as this time is we know that alongside the cuddles, the responsibility of a new family member can sometimes feel overwhelming. This new fluffy bundle of joy is going to depend on the care you give them for the rest of their lives. Children are very vocal about their needs and let you know when things are wrong, but cats and dogs and not always so good at that!

It’s always a good idea to start the way you mean to go on, so we’ve noted down the 7 most important promises to make to your puppy or kitten as soon as you bring them home. Make these standard practice from the start and you will be able to ensure your pet, and therefore the family they are now part of, stay in the best of health and that you all have the happiest, longest of lives together…