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How do my pet’s senses work?

A nose, ears, eyes and a tongue: our four-legged friends have the same senses as we do. Yet dogs and cats experience the world differently. They see and feel differently, and have a much keener sense of smell, for example. Why is this? Time to explore the world of the senses.

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Seven ways having a pet helps you to relax and de-stress

At the beginning of each new year, lots of people resolve to reduce the stress levels in their lives. But in today’s busy world, that can be a bit of a challenge! Fortunately for us pet lovers, people with pets have a head start in this area. Several studies show that people with pets are generally calmer and healthier. But how exactly does a pet help you relax?

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How do I help my pet to lose weight?

Do you like to spoil your pet with little treats? Make sure they don’t overeat, though. Before you know it, they’ve gotten a bit chubby, and obesity is as unhealthy for pets as it is for their humans. So are you finding it hard to resist those big begging eyes? Do you cave in and tend to give them snacks a little too often? Read on, and we’ll tell you how to help your pet to shed those few extra pounds and regain their waistline.

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The dog that didn’t love Christmas

December is a time of tales: from the Nativity and traditional carols all the way to the modern Christmas movies made for tv. That’s why this Christmas, we’ll tell you the tale of Bailey, the dog that didn’t love Christmas. Could he have a change of heart? Read on to find out.


Tips for an entertaining Christmas with your cat or dog

During the Christmas period, many people are spending at least a few days at home. In between the hustle and bustle of the Christmas holidays, our cats and dogs will be getting lots of extra attention! Here are some tips on how to spend quality time with your pet!

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How does your dog change through the years?

As your dog matures and grows older, they don’t just change physically. Their personalities can also change over the years. Your dog will grow with you, and you will get more and more in tune with each other. Let’s take a look at the life of our four-legged pets.

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Why every kid should grow up with pets

It’s a lot of fun for kids to grow up with an animal. What are the benefits of having a family pet? And how do you ensure the situation is safe for both pet and kids?


4 Tips for healthy fur for dogs and cats

This wet weather will give anyone the occasional bad hair day, even our pets. Every breed has its own hairdo. Some people will regularly take their pet to the groomer to give them a new fancy do. Others are a bit more practical and will use a scrunchy to keep the hair out of their pups eyes. Of course our pets couldn’t care less about their looks, but fur maintenance is an important part of pet care. The condition of their coat is a key indicator of your pet’s health. That’s why we will give you some tips that will help you keep your pet’s fur in tip-top shape.

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5 Tips for carefree autumn walkies with your dog

Summer is well and truly over, and the days are rapidly getting shorter. Goodbyes are always a little sad, but happily, autumn is the perfect season for taking long walks. You and your dog, roaming the forest while the red leaves are falling. Autumn is the ideal time to enjoy the great outdoors. But, you should be aware there may be some dangers hiding among the fallen leaves. With these tips, you’ll be well prepared for carefree autumn walkies.

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Why dogs are easier to train than cats

“Cats are untrainable; they are much too wilful and independent.” You have probably heard that old chestnut before. People often presume you can’t train a cat because unlike dogs, cats are deeply unbothered about pleasing their humans. And they are much too stubborn! But is there any truth to this story? Why are cats and dogs the way they are and can you use that knowledge in their training?

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