Anxiety caused by loud noises is common in pets. In fact, 45% of dog owners said their pooches were afraid of fireworks. There are steps you can take to help your pet get through this noisy season. We will look at ways that you can prepare your pet and help them overcome their fear of loud noises.
Paws up, who’s ‘egg-cited’ about the bank holiday weekend? We are! But with this in mind, we wanted to discuss some of the potential dangers to pets at this time of year, and how you can keep them safe and healthy over the Easter period.
Insuring your pet with Direct Line means that you also receive access to complimentary text and video consultations from vets at PawSquad. This service gives you 24/7 access to video and text consultations, making the delivery of veterinary care more convenient for pets and their owners.
So we got off to a good start in 2016 with our first 4 home visit vets, meaning lots of happy pets and owners in London, Edinburgh, Saffron Walden and Staffordshire Moorlands. Well dear friends, we’re now excited to introduce you to our 4 new vets; Kara (Devon), Ana (Bournemouth), David (Southampton) and Emelie (SW London)
In this article we’re going to discuss three pregnancy related topics including recognising signs of heat, identifying pregnancy and looking after your dog and her pups while she’s giving birth.
Cats with outdoor access have plenty of opportunities to exhibit natural behaviours like climbing, exploring, roaming their territory and communicating with other cats in the area.
Many owners report that their pets display unwanted, unhygienic or even dangerous behaviours but are often unaware that there are treatments available to them.
While you probably see your pet like a member of your family, some seemingly innocuous treats we enjoy can present serious hazards for your best friend.
While your New Year’s resolutions are still fresh in your mind we thought it would be a good time to consider some pawesome resolutions for your favourite furry friend.
According to a newspaper article, British pet owners spent a whopping £47 million on Christmas presents for their pets in 2014. So if you are going to splash out on gifts for your pet read on to find out which presents are most suitable for your canine companion.