With our ever-changing, eclectic British weather we have to be on the ball when it comes to looking after our dogs. What is an ideal environment in the morning can have changed completely by the afternoon so we have to be mindful of making sure our pets are going to be comfortable – whatever the weather.
This year’s summer holiday period is quite unlike any other as many families choose to holiday right here in the UK as we continue to face travel limitations and concerns about venturing abroad. Also our dogs have become quite used to having us around 24/7 so you might feel less able to leave them behind this year. So if you are looking to enjoy a break in the UK with your dogs, what are your options and considerations?
In this instalment of our blog, we are going to be discussing the very exciting prospect of your first dog! The shelves are lined with lots of helpful books and there are some excellent websites providing advice on various aspects of dog ownership but...
For nearly a year now, this country has been living in, and adjusting to, a different way of life during the pandemic, but what has this meant for our pets, and our canine companions in particular?
In this blog, we will explore the often uncomfortable and increasingly worryingly subject of pet obesity. For your and your pet’s benefit this article covers:
The ‘size’ of the issue, How to tell if your pet is in good shape, How to get back on track to a healthy weight, Suggested and related products and Useful tools
Winter is a lovely time of year for most pets, lots of warm cuddles, scenic walks, and a few extra seasonal treats, but winter can bring its own unique challenges to our furry companions.
Pets are lovely creatures. Cats and dogs are the most commonly kept pet animals around the globe because they easily develop strong emotional bonds with human beings.
In this article, we will discuss separation anxiety in dogs along with all related facts and figures under the light of scientific literature. Dogs are members of our families, so it is our utmost responsibility to take care of the emotional and psychological needs of our beloved canine friends, as well as their everyday requirements.
Cats are lovable and beautiful creatures. They have an instinct to groom themselves and, as a result, they can swallow hair. In the vast majority of instances, the cat will pass the ingested hair naturally and harmlessly through their stools or by coughing. More rarely, and most likely....
Pets are the most precious creatures. They make our lives lively and enchanting with their entertaining and affectionate behaviours. They are a source of unconditional love and adoration. Our pets are part of our family and they need the same care as we offer our other family members.
Cats are the most amazing creatures. They form such a special part of our lives. Charles Dickens’ famous quote “What greater gift than the love of a cat?” will resonate with so many of us.
In our follow-up to our How best to feed mum during and after pregnancy blog and by your request, here is part two of our ‘nurturing-nutrition’ series.