For most cats and their owners, a trip to the vet is a stressful event. Here are some tips to help make it a more tolerable, even pleasant, occasion.
Thinking of travelling to the UK with your pet? Following is an update of the current status for exporting cats and dogs under the UK PETS Travel Scheme.
The mayhem of moving is a hectic time for all. Some pets cope well – others find moving house very disturbing.
Being prepared for everyday accidents can mean reducing the extent of treatment required or even saving your pet’s life.
Many cats are kept inside by necessity or to protect wildlife and themselves from injury. Make sure your inside cat doesn't get bored.
Skin tumours are some of the most common tumours seen in dogs and cats. There are many diifferent types of skin tumours along with different causes and treatments.
The birth of your first child is an unforgettable experience - for the family pet! What preparations will help your perplexed pet and what is the risk of your pet causing disease in, or injury to, your baby?
To control the uncontrollable, to manage the unmanageable, to fight where all hope is hopeless - that's what training cats is all about!
Wondering what type of pet would best suit you and your lifestyle? Let’s look at some options.
A sad fact of pet ownership is that, when you take a pet into your life, you are likely to have to face the eventual death of that pet. Commonly, you will have to face the decision that your pet has to be ‘put to sleep’.