There are many theories as to why cats and dogs eat grass, the most common being that it is medicinal to help them vomit. However, statistics show that less than 25% of cats and dogs that eat grass are actually sick! Most cat and dog owners have ...read more...

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...

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

As the temperatures soared in late July, so did cases of dogs left in hot cars and one poor dog was left to fry on the hottest day of the year!  Sadly he died, despite the best efforts of those people who tried to save him. The RSPCA and other ...read more...

Christmas may be a wonderful time for us, but there are hidden dangers around every corner for our pets. In this video I offer some useful tips for keeping your pets safe over the festive period. ...read more...

As the heat wave approaches please remember that pets dehydrate extremely quickly in hot weather. We love to spend sunny days outside with friends and family enjoying outside activities, but some of our activities such as ball games etc. can be ...read more...