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So you have taken the decision to welcome a pet into your family for the first time, so what pet is best for you?  Little four-year-old Peter is desperate for that beautiful fluffy bunny he fell in love with in the pet store window, while five ...read more...

When I was training my German Shepherd Dog Luika, these biscuits were recommended to me by my trainer.  Being a vegetarian, they were not the easiest biscuits I had ever made, but trust me, your dog will love them and they make training a whole ...read more...

    Our pet sitters were warned to be vigilant about this awful disease when first reported in 2012. The symptoms of Alabama Rot are skin lesions, ulcers and or sores, which can appear on a dog’s legs, body, mouth or tongue and within ...read more...

Last night I received an email from a client with a little blind Poodle. It wasn’t a long email and I have included it for your perusal, but it meant so much to both me and the sitter who cared for him that it prompted me to include it in my ...read more...

In the eighteen years that I have worked in the pet care industry, some clients never fail to amaze me. Only recently, while chatting to a new client about her newly adopted cat, she proceeded to inform me how it was imperative that the sitter ...read more...

  With Christmas and New Year fast approaching, it is time for pet owners to focus their attention to the safety and well-being of their pets over the New Year celebrations. We continue to be appalled by the bombing atrocities caused by ...read more...

We all know that dogs and cats are happiest and healthiest kept indoors, but even cats who have access to outside require protection from extreme weather conditions such as cold, wind and extreme heat.  With the temperatures set to plummet this ...read more...

We may still only be in November, but already Christmas trees and decorations are being hauled from the loft and with them come potential dangers to our pets. Last Christmas, within 24 hours of publishing my vlog about the dangers of chocolate, ...read more...

There is a hidden side to greyhound racing which race goers will never see. This includes painful injuries; kennels not fit for purpose, lack of socialisation and wanton neglect to name but a few! This money driven industry, with its poorly ...read more...

In my eighteen years working in the pet care industry, I have seen a massive increase in the puppy farming industry.  As demand for cheaper, pure bred and designer puppies increases, this despicable trade booms and the last year we have cared ...read more...