With the recent tragic deaths of children by dog attacks, it’s vitaly important that as a pet owner, parent, or both, you’re responsible for your dog and your children’s safety. That means ensuring your children behave appropriately around dogs, as a dog owner you’re in full control of your animal and that as a human
Pet care and safety
Christmas is a time for indulgence. That turkey dinner with all the trimmings is often so huge you can barely move out of your armchair for the rest of the day. And then there are the mince pies, the Christmas Cake, the drinks and a certain degree of apathy towards anything remotely energetic. The indulgence
Help when you can’t afford vets fee’s There is a considerable amount of responsibility associated with getting a pet and it is always sensible to ensure you can afford to take care of them before you commit. Yet, there are many circumstances where caring owners find themselves struggling to scrape together the money to pay
The pet owners among you will testify to the fact that your four-legged friends are part of the family. If you’re going on a holiday with no pets allowed you will probably be facing the same problem as millions of other dog lovers out there – which boarding kennels do I choose for my dog?
We’re all probably aware that if a dog is growling, snarling its lips and bearing its teeth, we are being given pretty clear signs the dog is unhappy and warning us to stay away. This can be due to aggression, fear or stressful situations. However, very few of us are aware of the less obvious
December is an expensive time of year and around Christmas we all have cupboards, attics and garages full of toys and gadgets waiting to be eagerly received on Christmas morning. Unfortunately, thieves are well aware of this and burglary levels reach a peak around this time. So what can you do to prevent burglary at