What are the best chew toys for dogs?


When it comes to chew toys for your four-pawed friends, there are a lot of great choices out on the market. So many in fact, it might be difficult to choose exactly which toy is best suited to your beloved dog. In this blog post, we’re detailing some of our top picks from our extensive […]

February 23, 2019

Pooches the size of grizzly’s used to pounce on their prey


How prehistoric dogs hunted – their hunting methods revealed If you’re a fur-parent to a majestic Great Dane or big fluffy Newfoundland, you might think you know all there is to know about large dogs. But, imagine a pup the size of a grizzly bear bounding through your living room; no, seriously. Scientists are sure […]

February 20, 2019

Pet shops banned from selling puppies


It’s hi-fives all around for furry paws, as 2019 sees a brand, spanking new government law coming into effect, introducing a ban on any pet shop puppy sale. The announcement of this law came bounding in at an extremely relevant time of year, with animal welfare minister David Rutley making the declaration in December 2018 […]

February 18, 2019

What Does a Rabbit Need?

Small Pets

Rabbits play a huge part in the lives of many, from fond memories of our childhood raising Flopsy, to watching our own children melt over their first experience around little bunnies. However, as small and sweet as they appear, they do require a fair bit of TLC (not that it’s hard to love their fluffy […]

February 12, 2019

How To Keep Your Bored Bunny Entertained

Small Pets

Now is the time to tell you, that yes, Bunny does get bored, like every other mammal out there. While rabbits are the perfect little athletes, sometimes they need something a little extra to keep them happy and hoppy through the day. Bored bunnies can develop bad habits such as overeating and overgrooming, which are […]

February 10, 2019

Domestic cats have grown in size since the viking age

Small Pets

House cats have come a long way from the Near Eastern wildcat that continues to prowl the deserts in the Middle East. Evidence suggests that humans were domesticating cats in Cyprus as long as 9500 years ago, but it was likely the Ancient Egyptians who put in the work to cultivate the endearing personalities of […]

February 6, 2019