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Lucky in Love: Adopting the Right Dog for Your Family

Thu 5th March, 2015

Are You Ready to Adopt a Dog? The loving loyalty of a dog is something many families dream of. From lazy Saturday morning walks around the park and playful begging in the backyard after lunch to a toasty warm body ready (and happy) to keep your feet warm while you watch some TV, dogs are…

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Cleaning Your Hamster’s Cage

Thu 5th March, 2015

How Often Do You Need to Clean Your Hamster’s Home? Most pets, just like most people, need their homes cleaned about once a week. But that doesn’t mean you can ignore your hamster’s home the other six days of the week. You should take a moment to spot clean the bathroom and do the dishes…

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Tips for Cleaning Your Rabbits’ Living Areas

Thu 5th March, 2015

How Often Should You Clean Your Rabbits’ Home? As with many pets that live in an enclosed area, your rabbits need a visit from housekeeping about once a week. This includes a thorough clean using a pet-safe sanitiser. Typically, you will need to restrict your pets’ movements in one area or another during this time…

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How to Clicker Train Your Rabbit

Thu 5th March, 2015

Why Would You Want to Clicker Train Your Rabbit? Clicker training is a way of getting your rabbits to do what you want them to do – and avoiding anything you don’t want them to do (like chewing on the legs of your tables and chairs). By using a clicking sound, such as a clicker…

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Bonding a Pair of Rabbits

Thu 5th March, 2015

What You Need to Know about Bonding a Pair of Rabbits Rabbits can find a best friend in another rabbit even if there is a huge difference in age or breed. Bonded pairs don’t need to bemale-female, although that’s often the best and easiest pairingas long as they are both neutered. Your rabbit’s best mate…

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A Guide to Vaccinating Your Rabbits

Thu 5th March, 2015

Which Rabbit Diseases Require Vaccinations? There are two fatal rabbit diseases with known vaccinations. These include Myxomatosis and Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (VHD). Because of the severity of these conditions, failure to vaccinate your rabbits places them in grave danger. Myxomatosis – This disease is common in wild rabbits and can be easily spread to…

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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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