Waltham Petcare Science Institute | A Better World For Pets
We're on a mission to improve the lives of pets by understanding their needs through science. Find out how we're advancing pet health research to deliver our Purpose: A BETTER WORLD FOR PETS.
Posted: Tuesday Nov 24, 2020
Our Pets | Cats | Dogs | WALTHAM Petcare Science
Posted: (11 days ago) At the pet centre, we will occasionally change the dog breeds we have on site. This happened in 2015 when we rehomed all our Miniature Schnauzers. Topic was in the last litter of Schnauzers we had, which meant that Su rehomed ‘Toppy’ when he was 18 months old. Now 5 years old, he is enjoying being the focus of attention for Su.
Waltham Petcare Science Institute | A Better World for Pets
Posted: (2 days ago) The WALTHAM Petcare Science Institute is Mars Petcare's pet research centre. Our work focuses on the nutritional and behavioural needs of pets, as well as on preventive health. We use this knowledge to support development of innovative products and services, advancing science to deliver our Purpose: A BETTER WORLD FOR PETS™.
Pets and the coronavirus | WALTHAM
Posted: (2 days ago) • Learn about pet behaviour. Take time to understand body language and facial expressions that might indicate happiness or stress. If pets feel they can rely on their owner for protection, they’ll feel closer to their human. • Each pet is an individual. Become familiar with their likes and dislikes. • Communicate clearly. Cats and dogs ...
Pet Nutrition and Weight | Veterinary & Pet Science | WALTHAM
Posted: (7 days ago) Pet obesity is a major health concern: more than half of all cats and dogs around the world are overweight or obese. An increasing issue, pet obesity is linked to other serious diseases like arthritis, diabetes, or cardiovascular problems. Thanks to our research, we now know the impact this disease can have on pets.
The Pet Microbiome | Veterinary & Pet Science | WALTHAM
Posted: (3 days ago) Understanding the pet microbiome . The millions of microbes in the human body, many of which located in our digestive system, have an important role in keeping us healthy. This microscopic community and all the genes within it make up the microbiome. Pets have their unique microbiome too.
WALTHAM and Mars Petcare | WALTHAM Petcare Science Institute
Posted: (2 days ago) WALTHAM and Mars Petcare. We partner with key scientific and academic organisations globally in order to advance pet care research, share knowledge and support the education of scientists, veterinarians, and human-animal interaction researchers to deliver our Purpose: A BETTER WORLD FOR PETS™.We have a number of funding and award opportunities available.
The benefits of adopting a rescue pet | WALTHAM
Posted: (11 days ago) Adopting the pet that's the right breed and age for you and your family. Adoptable pets - of all ages and sizes - have so much to offer. To make sure both you and your new pet can make the most of the bond you’re building together, choose a pet that is the right age and breed for you and your family. The right age
About Us | Petcare Science & Nutrition | waltham
Posted: (2 days ago) We have been advancing research into the nutrition and health of pets for over 50 years, and now we are leading breakthrough research in preventive health to advance pet wellness. WALTHAM is the fundamental science centre for Mars Petcare. Our research teams work across multiple disciplines such as nutrient requirements for pets, the dog and ...
Grants & Awards | Petcare Science & Research | WALTHAM
Posted: (2 days ago) Grants & awards. We partner with key scientific and academic organisations globally in order to advance pet care research, share knowledge and support the education of scientists, veterinarians, and human-animal interaction researchers to deliver our Purpose: A BETTER WORLD FOR PETS™.