Are Essential Oils Hazardous to your Pets?

Cats, Dogs

Essential oils have been used for centuries and for many different reasons. Beneficial for enhancing performance, relaxation, lowering blood pressure and reducing anxiety, the oils can deeply impact your senses. You can purchase essential oils in their pure form and in a raft of household and beauty products but are they safe for your animals? […]

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

How Pets Influence House Purchases


A recent survey in America has revealed that more and more people are selecting a home based on how it suits their pets. Dog owners and those who aspire to own a dog are choosing properties with more outside space. The survey also suggests that some people are motivated to move on from the rental […]

Thursday, August 10th, 2017

Do Pets Boost Children’s Health?


There are many ways in which pets enrich our lives. Their positive impact on mental health has been well-publicised. But now a Canadian study has indicated that furry pets can also boost the bacterial health of babies. This could help to reduce allergies and the tendency to gain weight.

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

What Will Happen to Your Pet after You Die?


You probably completely adore your pet and take excellent care of your furry or slithery friend but what will happen to them after you are gone? You may not have given this issue much though unless you are elderly but it would be a good idea to decide who you would like to take responsibility […]

Friday, April 14th, 2017

Fooling Around with New Pet Products


I am always looking for interesting stories to bring you. I am sure that you are keen to hear about the latest innovations in pet care and the amazing animals which have hit the headlines. My eyes always light up when I discover a great story so you can imagine my glee when I heard […]

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

The Social and Economic Impact of Pets?


There are approximately 65 million pets in the UK and roughly half of all households have at least one pet. It isn’t difficult to imagine that our animals have a major impact on the nation’s economy. A new report published by CABI attempts to quantify the costs and benefits of our animals. This report highlights […]

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

Vaping and Pets


Is Vaping Hazardous to Pets? Most smokers wish to kick their habit. Smoking is known to be extremely hazardous to health. So hazardous that half of all smokers will die prematurely as a result of their habit. To make matters worse, passive smoking is also dangerous and it isn’t only people who are affected. Pets […]

Friday, January 13th, 2017

Smoking and Pets


Second-hand Smoke is Killing Pets Not only are smokers risking their own health, they are also having a serious effect on the health of their pets. The chemicals in second-hand smoke are hazardous to the blood and organs of all pets including fish and increase their risk of developing cancer, lung disease and heart trouble. […]

Monday, January 9th, 2017

How to Keep Your Pet Safe This Christmas


How to Keep Your Pet Safe This Christmas Christmas is a wonderful time for the whole family. The festive season is packed with colour, light, yummy treats and any number of other distractions. It is a time when families get together, when friends share a tipple and when pets can run into serious trouble! Here’s […]

Sunday, December 11th, 2016

Charity Runs out of Pets on Black Friday


Charity Runs out of Pets on Black Friday Black Friday is now firmly established as the best day of the year to bag a bargain. Almost every retailer offers special deals and in most cases the offers last for more than the one day. Whether you want to purchase your Christmas gifts or something for […]

Friday, December 9th, 2016

Using Your Pet as an Excuse


Tall Tales of Giant Rabbits How many times have used your pet as an excuse when you have really screwed up? You know the kind of thing – you were late because you tripped over the cat and sprained your ankle. That report that you had every intention of submitting on time got eaten by […]

Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Christmas Dinner for Pets?


Should Your Pet Tuck in to Your Christmas Dinner? Christmas is a wonderful time for the whole family and all that amazing festive food is fundamental to the celebrations. Your pets are part of your family and so It is tempting to treat them to your seasonal fare. But you should exercise caution when it […]

Monday, November 28th, 2016

Diabetes in Cats and Dogs


Diabetes in Cats and Dogs November is National Diabetes Month in the UK. Diabetes is on the increase in this country largely due to poor lifestyle choices. Sugary foods, obesity and a lack of exercise are all causing more people to develop the condition. Unfortunately, the diabetes epidemic is not confined to people. Millions of […]

Sunday, November 27th, 2016