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How do your pets see the world?

Wed 25th February, 2015

As animal lovers, we can’t help but wonder what our pets are thinking throughout the day. They may be our best friends, but it definitely can give them that mysterious streak! We’ve done some research to try and give you a further insight into what it would be like to be a cat or a…

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Keep your cats away from lilies

Mon 23rd February, 2015

Can you remember what day is coming up…? Mother’s Day is almost upon us! On March 15th we’ll take the time to really appreciate all that our mothers have done for us. Flowers are a classic gift most people opt for at this time of year, when spring is (hopefully) gradually starting to appear. A…

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13 sacrifices that all cat owners have to make

Tue 17th February, 2015

  1. Losing your seat every time you get up to go to the bathroom     2. Spending half your wage on toys that will never be played with     3. Never having a full night’s sleep again for the rest of your life     4. The inability to use your laptop…

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Do you own the most popular dog breed?

Thu 12th February, 2015

With the dog population in the UK standing at a whopping 8.5 million, we can easily say that a lot of people love to adopt our four legged friends. All dogs deserve a loving home and family, no matter what the breed. But that’s the interesting point – there are so many breeds out there!…

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19 Reasons why dog people are crazy

Tue 10th February, 2015

If you are a dog owner then you will understand that your life tends to revolve completely around your four legged friend. You may not even release it but you could be displaying some pretty strange behaviours….   1. Your floor is covered in toys, treats, and remnants of god-knows-what   2. You’re used to…

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What You Need to Know about Neutering Your Cats

Sat 7th February, 2015

What, When, and Where Neutering is the process of removing the reproductive organs of a cat (or another animal) so that they are unable to procreate. In males, it means the removal of the testes which, whilst it’s a fairly simple procedure, still requires a general anaesthetic. For female cats, spaying involves the removal of…

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Taking Your Dog to the Vet

Sat 7th February, 2015

When Should You Take Your Dog to the Vet? There are a few times when your dog needs to go to the vet When you adopt him or her; a preliminary checkup is suggested to make sure there’s nothing you need to watch for. Annual, scheduled checkups which usually involve necessary vaccinations Scheduled surgery, such…

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How to Check Your Rabbits’ Teeth

Sat 7th February, 2015

A Weekly Dental Check for Your Rabbit Sit on the ground with your rabbit in the space between your legs, so that both your faces are looking in the same direction. Gently feel around the jaw and mouth area. You’re looking for swelling, lumps or unevenness as any of these might suggest a problem. And,…

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Home Made Rabbit Enrichment Ideas

Sat 7th February, 2015

Super Easy Home Made Rabbit Enrichment Toy Hay is probably the most important enrichment feature you can give your pet rabbit. Apart from getting great nutritional energy and value, they’ll also spend plenty of time using it for other activities such as playing, nesting and sleeping. Cardboard boxes are one of the most useful objects…

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