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guinea pig care

Training your guinea pigs

Mon 30th March, 2015

Did you know that it can be pretty easy to train your guinea pigs to do tricks? Guinea pigs can’t really be trained in the same way as a dog can but, with a bit of patience, time and a couple of treats your guinea pig will be able to carry out tricks at a…

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dog on holiday

Pet friendly holidays in Europe

Fri 27th March, 2015

Now that we’re officially in spring we can’t help but dream of better weather… If you’re starting to plan your holidays for this summer, you don’t have to be restricted within the UK if you’re bringing your dogs with you. Bringing your dogs with you to Europe doesn’t have to be an ordeal. All it…

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Happy Pet

15 reasons our pets make us happy

Fri 20th March, 2015

Today is officially the International Day of Happiness! We couldn’t help but take a quick vote in the office to see how our pets make each of us happy. Tell us if you agree with any of these… 1. They teach us that you should always be yourself! 2. Caring for a pet can improve…

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Enrichment for Small Pets

Playing with small pets

Wed 18th March, 2015

No matter what size our pets are, like any human they can get bored. It’s important to provide them with plenty of enrichment activities to keep them entertained as well as the added bonus of strengthening your bond with them! Whatever you decide to play with them, make sure it’s fun for the both of…

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Protecting your animals from theft

Mon 16th March, 2015

Sadly, we’re hearing about more horror stories in the news and social media where pets that have been stole by thieves. Many people are under the assumption that only small purebreeds are common targets, but this is not the case. All dogs are potential targets no matter how big or what breed they are. To…

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How to prevent your dog from chewing your belongings

Thu 12th March, 2015

If your dog feels the need to chew everything is sight then this could leave your space looking rather threadbare. For most dogs this issue can be temporary and it doesn’t need to last forever. Chewing is a natural behaviour which tends to occur between 7 and 12 months and can last around 6 months….

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How much do you know about lungworm in dogs?

Wed 11th March, 2015

You may be aware that it is lungworm awareness month so you may already know a little about this nasty disease, which can fatal to dogs. This article will give you a bit of an insight into this disease, and will hopefully help people from all over the UK to become a bit more aware….

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Win 3 months of free pet food

Wed 11th March, 2015

Take our 2-minute survey> Would you like to win 3 months of free food for your pet? This month we have a competition involving a short survey aimed to help us understand a bit more about the foods you choose and how it relates to your pet’s behaviour. Take our 2 minute survey> This event will…

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14 reasons why you should foster an animal

Mon 9th March, 2015

1. Fostering keeps animals out of rescue homes 2. You’ll free up a spot in the shelter for an animal that is in need 3. You’ll be saving a life 4. You’re giving a fur baby a happy and safe home 5. They will able to socialise with humans and other animals in a way…

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