Pet care and safety

Make sure your cat has a happy and safe Christmas

Make sure your cat has a happy and safe Christmas

If you have a feline in the family then you’ll want to make sure they are included in your festive celebrations. As most cats will be mystified by twinkling lights and sparkling tinsel, it’s important that the trimmings of the season don’t pose a hazard to your pet. Here are some tips to bear in

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presents for your pooch at christmas

Presents for your pooch at Christmas

Dogs quickly become part of the family so of course they will play a part in your festive celebrations. However, human treats can be harmful to dogs so it’s important to be careful about what you allow your furry friend to eat and drink over the Christmas season. Whether you’re planning to splash out on

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alternative ways to spend Christmas Day

Alternative ways to spend Christmas Day

Maybe you can’t face a traditional Christmas Day with the family. Maybe you’re a stay-at-home parent and want to get out and about. Maybe you just want to work off that huge Christmas dinner. Maybe you’ve lost a loved one and Christmas doesn’t seem quite the same. There are many reasons why families like to

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Is pet insurance worth the money

Is pet Insurance worth the money

Vet bills can be expensive. And if they arrive unexpectedly then you may find yourself struggling to pay them. It’s for this reason that millions of animal lovers fork out cash every month for pet insurance. But is pet insurance worth the money? Why take out pet insurance? Most people taking out a pet insurance

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firework safety

Firework safety

With bonfire night fast approaching, now is a great time to familiarise yourself with firework safety. When used incorrectly, fireworks can pose a serious safety threat. Whether you’re planning a small fireworks display in your garden or setting up a large community bonfire night display; there are certain rules you need to follow to ensure

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Planning a bonfire party

Planning a bonfire party

When I was a kid, Bonfire Night was defined by Dad coming home with a box of Brocks fireworks that were carefully placed in an old biscuit tin before we all trooped out into the chilly night to ooh and aah at tiny roman candles and stuttering Catherine wheels. And my brother and I trying

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