Pet Lifestyle

  • Cake

    By | March 23, 2017 | Blog

    We all know how quickly dog years go by, so it makes remembering their birthday all that more important! There are plenty of recipes and treats that you can come up with for your pooch's special day but how do you know which ones to choose. Avoid any recipes that

  • Leash train your cat

    By | March 22, 2017 | Blog

    Leashes are for dogs right? While cats tend to go wherever they want, sometimes you may want to take your cat for a walk and show them off, like the dog people do. It is possible to train some cats to walk on a leash but it is not an easy process, and its

  • cats

    By | January 13, 2017 | Blog

    When your cat urinates anywhere in the home except the litter box, the smell can become nearly impossible to get rid of. It is important to neutralise the odour as soon as possible to prevent your cat from returning to the spot once again to urinate. The longer

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    By | January 3, 2017 | Blog

    A cat that is lonely, bored, ignored or ill may become depressed. Continued depression without treatment may compromise your cat’s immune system which may lead to other health problems. When depression is mild sometimes just a little extra attention is all

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    By | November 9, 2016 | Blog

    Many pretty, lovely smelling plants and flowers can be deadly to our pets. Puppies and kittens are most at risk due to their small size and playful nature. Once a toxic plant is eaten by a pet, the symptoms can range from a mild tummy ache, damage to the kidneys

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    By | September 23, 2016 | Blog

    Our pets are at risk to incur serious injury or even death from smoke inhalation or flames when a fire breaks out. It is a little known fact that pets can also start fires accidentally! Here are some basic fire prevention and safety tips to protect your

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    By | June 21, 2016 | Blog

    The Boys Scouts' motto of “Be Prepared” is a great idea, but most of us are not prepared when injury or illness strikes anyone in our family, including our pets. Any unplanned and unexpected medical bill can be stressful, more so when it involves your

  • Yorkshire Terrier on leash

    By | May 10, 2016 | Blog

    Dog theft is a worldwide problem and is unfortunately on the rise. Why do people steal our beloved dogs? There are many reasons, but all involve money.  Many dogs are stolen to be used in illegal fighting rings, some just for re-sale and others are used for

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    By | March 17, 2016 | Blog

    We live in a busy world full of many different sights, smells and sounds. Some of these can negatively affect your dog or cat’s stress levels. Sights Too many bright lights and moving images can be overwhelming and stressful for cats and dogs alike.