Is 1 December the best time to put your Christmas tree and decorations up? Not everyone here could agree on the right time to make the effort – especially those with pets!
The Met Office has issued a heatwave alert for England this week. How do you and your pets beat the heat when temperatures rise?
Before I got my first dog, I’d always assumed that I’d be using a collar and lead to walk my future four-legged friend. So why did my boy come with a harness?
Being a pet parent can be hugely rewarding, but if your furry friend becomes ill or requires regular medication, vet bills can hit your wallet hard, as our guest, community member Linda Nicholls explains… (more on vet bills…)
The shops went crazy for pet presents this Christmas. Are special pet drinks a fun way for them to join in with tonight’s New Year’s celebrations or is it just a load of flat fizz?
With the bumper Easter bank holiday weekend now upon us, many of us will be turning our attention to home improvements, but has an animal or pet ever hindered your progress? (more on home improvements and pets…)
While I love Christmas – the bright lights, the music, the general merriment – I’m slightly confused, if not a little disturbed, by the sheer volume of what I can only describe as Christmas-themed tat that I’ve encountered of late. (more on Christmas tat…)
Wearable technology is everywhere and it’s not just for humans. Pets are getting in on the action too, letting you track their fitness, sleep patterns and more.
(more about pet fitness tracking…)
Is it actually worth spending extra cash on premium pet food? Or is money no object when it comes to feeding your canine or feline pals?
(more on pet food…)
Pets are like family for many people, but options are limited if you want to take them abroad.
I come from a family with two major loves: animals and France. Half of my younger years of leisure were spent with numerous creatures. The other half was spent leaving them all behind on countless trips to our house over in western France…
Have pet passports opened up new horizons for holidaying with your cat or dog? Or do you leave them behind? Given the stress my family’s dog suffered from when we left it at home, I don’t think I could any more.
Have you ever thought about what might happen if you bought a puppy that got sick or died soon after? What rights would you have? Here’s Ari Winfield from the RSPCA on why they think there needs to be a ‘Puppy Contract’.
Shhh, don’t tell my dog! According to new research, one in 10 Brits buy their pets a holiday gift and I’m not one of them. Would you buy a holiday pressie for your pooch?