Welcome

November 28, 2012
General

Apparently owners don’t just look like their dogs, they share personality traits as well. Although the same probably can’t be said of cats, it’s easy to see why both furry friends make great pets. This pet blog is all about celebrating cats and dogs, whether they are playing with their favourite squeaky pet toy or hoping for a treat. Looking after a pet doesn’t come …Read the Rest

Cat Pain Signs

May 8, 2015
Cat Health

Cats are beautiful, independent and don’t tend to complain very much, and it is these latter two traits that can make it very difficult to know that your pet is in pain. Unlike dogs who will life a paw if it hurts, or whimper, the strength of character of cats means that they just tend to struggle on with things, and rarely give their owners …Read the Rest

Cat Neutering

May 8, 2015
Cat Health

Although the idea of breeding cats, or simply looking after a litter of babies from your household pet, may seem like a good one, cute fluffy kittens also come with a lot of responsibility. The sad fact is, many kittens get put to sleep or end up in adoption centres each year. Over population of cats can be a big problem. The number of cats …Read the Rest

Cat Vaccinations

May 8, 2015
General

Vaccinations may not be 100% foolproof, in cases of maximum exposure, but even if they don’t prevent infection, they can reduce the effects, and help prevent the spread of infection to other felines. A cat’s vaccination schedule normally begins when they are a young kitten, to help stimulate a strong immune system. Two injections at 9 weeks of age, and a second vaccination 4 weeks …Read the Rest

UK charity helping stray dogs in Borneo wins animal welfare award

UK charity helping stray dogs in Borneo wins animal welfare award
April 21, 2015
Dog Care

International Aid for the Protection & Welfare of Animals (IAPWA), a charity based in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom (UK), has been chosen as the winner of the ‘Charity Team of the Year’ Ceva Animal Welfare Award 2015 in recognition of its work helping stray dogs in Borneo, Malaysia. Borneo, the third largest island in the world, is known for its beautiful, yet endangered orangutans and pygmy …Read the Rest

New research on why man allows his best friend to poop in public

April 10, 2015
Dog Behaviour

Generally, Western societies maintain high standards of everyday hygiene. When it comes to man’s best friend, however, it seems we turn a blind eye! New research published in Environmental Sociology this month explores the reasons behind this relaxed attitude to canine excrement and the strategies employed by dog-owners to deal with it. The author of the research, Matthias Gross, began his study by observing the …Read the Rest

Hill’s 10-Week Weight Challenge Campaign helping pets back to perfect weight

Hill’s 10-Week Weight Challenge Campaign helping pets back to perfect weight
February 24, 2015
General

To help pets reach their ideal weight and live a healthy and happy life, Hill’s Pet Nutrition is launching the “10 Weeks Challenge” campaign. Pet owners across Europe will gain a better understanding of how excess weight can make day-to-day activities difficult for their pet. They will also be able to see the difference Hill’s™ Science Plan™ Perfect Weight can make to their pet’s health …Read the Rest

Clive Hemsley live portrait service from emailing your pets

Clive Hemsley live portrait service from emailing your pets
February 17, 2015
General

Whether you are a corporate company or a private individual, everybody loves to capture that special split second on canvas. Well now you can enjoy this magic moment using mixed media. You don’t have to be a professional photographer to get an exceptional effect.     Clive Hemsley has spent a lifetime as a creative director in advertising and is now offering a limited number …Read the Rest