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Easter is coming up. Have you got plans already for the long weekend? Celebrate the holidays and indulge with quality time with your precious companions. Here are some great ideas for you and your dog!
When feeding puppies and kittens, you’ll find that they get hungry throughout the day. It’s natural to want the best for your new best buddy, and it’s essential to be aware of how much food your puppy or kitten needs, and what kinds of products to buy.
Dogs are extremely energetic creatures, and over the years it’s becoming more and more apparent that they simply aren’t getting the exercise and activity required for them to remain their happiest and healthiest.
With over 200 dog breeds in the world - you might be wondering where to start when it comes to choosing the perfect one for you!
Have you ever had the same meal for an entire week? A month? A year? What if you had to eat the exact same meal for your whole life? This is essentially what most of us do to our dogs - we choose a product and stick with it!
When it comes to feeding our dogs, one size most certainly does not fit all; after all, consider the difference between a Great Dane and a Chihuahua.
Just like little kids, puppies need constant attention and entertainment, and don’t take boredom well. Luckily for you, we’ve got you sorted. Here are our official top tips on how to keep your puppy entertained.
Pups are a lot like people; young’uns are full of beans, energy and excitement, and as they get older, they slowly begin to slow down and need a different kind of care.
Dog-friendly holidays are on the rise and it’s easy to see why, with record numbers of pet owners taking their four-legged friend away with them, and more and more people flat-out refusing to leave their dogs behind.
Obesity is a real issue for pets; it can cause a whole bunch of nasty health conditions that really ruin the quality of their lives. It’s important to nip this in the bud, so we have compiled a handy guide to getting your pet back in shape.
Now that Christmas is well on its way, it’s time to get planning to ensure a merry Christmas and a happy New Year for every member of the family - even those with four legs. Here are our top tips