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  • Sep 04

    Struggling to name your pup? Here are our tips

    Choosing a dog name is a big deal. And it’s not always something that you’ll find easy to agree on, particularly if you’re trying to please a whole family. One person might like names such as fluffy and someone else might prefer names like Sam.

  • Aug 20

    Keeping your pup happy and safe when you’re not home

    We can’t be with our pups all day every day, but leaving your pet at home alone can be heartbreaking. Being prepared and making arrangements to ensure your dog is well taken care of when you’re not around will help put your mind at ease.

    Here are our top tips for keeping your dog happy and safe when you’re not home:

  • Aug 16

    5 Steps to Litter Training your Cat

    Toilet training can be a challenge for a lot of pet parents, but it’s one of the most important tasks you will need to tackle with your new cat.

    Accidents are inevitable in the beginning, but if you make your new kitty feel comfortable and safe, it won’t be long until she’s trained.

    Here are our top tips for speedy litter training:

  • Aug 07

    Why you should be feeding a protein-rich diet

    Naturally, we want our pets to consume a diet which resembles the kind they would eat in the wild. But there are lots of mixed messages online when it comes to the kind of foods you should be feeding your dog or cat to ensure they are getting the right nutrition. 

  • Jul 30

    Building Trust With a New Dog or Cat

    Moving house is a stressful process for your pet. New sights and smells can be overwhelming, never mind the new humans or other pet siblings he or she will need to get used to.

  • Jul 24

    Three Ways to Help Your Anxious Cat

    It can be difficult to imagine a stressed or anxious cat. Amidst eating their weight in cat food and napping the day away, what exactly do they have to worry about? Let’s be honest, there are times we all wish we had the life of a cat – no need to worry about paying the bills or getting up at the crack of dawn to go to work. In the most part, they have it pretty easy.

  • Jul 17

    How to Care For a Malnourished Dog

    Malnutrition in dogs happens when their body suffers from a nutrient deficiency. This is common in homeless dogs, but sometimes even domesticated dogs can experience it. If your dog isn’t getting the required essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, he will become thin and weak.

  • Jul 11

    6 Essential Dog Training Gears to Ensure Success

    There are plenty of dog training supplies that will make teaching your canine commands a lot easier. Be aware that the right dog training gear can be a lifesaver if you want to train your dog efficiently and quickly.

  • Jul 03

    Dealing with Your Cat’s Excessive Shedding

    As much as you love your cat, you probably do not enjoy the fact that you find cat fur pretty much everywhere around your home, and on you. Sometimes, you even find it in your mouth, somehow giving you a taste of what it’s like to gag out a hairball.

    You may think that your cat is shedding excessively, but it’s probably just the usual amount because cats do have a shedding cycle. It is natural for them to shed more at times. But if you are convinced that your cat is shedding so much more than normal, here are the different factors that could possibly be causing that.

  • Jun 25

    Family Trip with the Dog - What to Pack

    Taking Spot along for the family trip? You’ll need to pack his holiday things as well. Find out what the trip essentials for your dog are. Read the complete list of what to pack for your canine family member and use this as a checklist.