How to protect your pets in winter 

How to protect your pets in winter 

Autumn has officially arrived, which means winter is just a few short months away. If you have pets, there are certain things you’ll need to consider to keep them safe, especially as the nights grow darker and the weather becomes chillier. From Bonfire Night to howling thunderstorms, winter…

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The Top 3 Ways to Take Care of a Newly Adopted Pet

The Top 3 Ways to Take Care of a Newly Adopted Pet

If you are due to adopt or have very recently adopted or rescued an animal from one of the numerous animal shelters across the United Kingdom or from a private home thatcannot look after the animal properly anymore, you will already be aware…

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5 Must-Haves for Your New Family Dog

5 Must-Haves for Your New Family Dog

Introducing a new family pet to your household is an exciting time, but if you’ve never had a dog before, you may be feeling overwhelmed about all the items you need to plan for immediately to make sure your dog has a happy and…

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Why galvanised chicken feeders are better than plastic chicken feeders

Why galvanised chicken feeders are better than plastic chicken feeders

When it comes to selecting the right chicken feeder for your farm, there are a number of factors that need to be considered. You must take into account how many chickens it will feed, which food you intend to feed your chickens and the environment…

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Tips About Dog Walking

Tips About Dog Walking

One of the most pleasurable sides to owning a dog is when you get to take it for a walk. It is a wonderful experience to walk them in the fresh air and know that your dog is enjoying being outdoors as much as…

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Anxiety in Pets: How to Calm a Stressed Dog

Anxiety in Pets: How to Calm a Stressed Dog

Pets don’t always show obvious signs of distress, and they definitely cannot tell you why they feel stressed. Nevertheless, just like humans, dogs can suffer from anxiety and fear. Signs of stress include excessively salivating, scratching the door, and consistent whining.…

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