New Years Resolutions For Cats If cats could make New Years Resolutions, what would they be? They may not want to give up some of these behaviours, but realise maybe they should if they want to be a better cat in 2016. Some of these things get cats into trouble, but remain an important part […]
Don’t Forget Your Dog On New Year’s Eve We are often so excited and busy making plans for New Year’s Eve that we forget about our beloved dogs, who sometimes suffer while we celebrate. It’s important that we plan the day and evening for our dogs too. Here are some helpful tips for dog owners […]
The weatherman has forecast a rather chilly winter this year. There’s rumours of the coldest winter for years, however, it hasn’t arrived yet and we are entering December. Whether or not the forecast for freezing weather turns out to be correct, you need to make sure your pets are warm enough during the colder months. […]
Walking a Dog in the Snow Walking your dog in the snow can be both challenging and hazardous. If it snows this winter, you need to take extra care when out on dog walks. All dog owners should be aware of the difficulties that snow presents, and how to prepare properly for walking a dog […]
How Dogs See Christmas Day Us humans understand exactly what’s going on at Christmas, but dogs don’t have a clue. It’s a time when their owners put new things up around the home, return homewith shopping bags regularly and there’s always a lot of food in the house.
Festive Hazards For Pets A lot of pet owners don’t realise just how many hazards there are for pets during the festive season. You need to be aware of some of the things that could cause accidents, or objects that your pet might try and eat/chew.
How Drones are Saving American Ferrets The black-footed ferret is a native species of North America which is listed as endangered. The animals were first discovered by Audubon and Bachman in 1851. But the species declined severely during the 20th century. The ferrets’ diet is principally prairie dogs but the prairie dog population had been […]
Why Drunken Pets are No Laughing Matter Tipsy revellers are nothing new at Christmas. Across the land, people will be drinking to excess during the festive season and ending up the worse for wear. But they may not realise that their seasonal treats pose a threat to their pets.
How To Make A Christmas Cracker For Your Dog Want to surprise your pooch with an extra special present this Christmas? Get them their very own Christmas cracker. If you can’t be bothered to make your own cracker then buy them a squeaky toy cracker that they can play with.
The Pet Slimmer of the Year A Cavalier King Charles spaniel called Oscar has become The PDSA’s pet slimmer of the year. The dog had become morbidly obese after being fed roast dinners by his owner.