The weather has been pretty warm lately (and our furry friends are noticing it, too). It's probably a good time to be thinking about ways we can help keep our pets cool.
Pictures of dogs and cats dominate hosting sites like Flikr and social platforms like Instagram. But getting the ideal picture of your dog can be tricky.
Despite what our Nanas might insist, we all know Easter is all about the chocolate. Unfortunately, it can be very dangerous for pets. How much is too much and what should you do if your dog eats chocolate?
It Summer time and we have found a five minute recipe for peanut butter and yoghurt frozen treats that your furry friends will absolutely love.
It’s nice to treat yourself to some dessert every now and again. Who doesn’t love indulging in a little bowl of ice cream? Now you can treat your dog too.
Vets have long known about the risks of those ‘fresh’ meat products sold in supermarkets and pet stores. We share some of those concerns with you here.
Cats use their claws for many things, including using those claws to shred furniture, or in my case doorframes. Here are some tips to make them stop.
After considering whether to buy Jimmy a cat maze, I thought about how simple it would be to make one at home. Here we demonstrate just how easy it was.
So, you have been told your feline friend is a little on the "round" side. Unlike dogs, we can’t just make sure our cat is going for walks. How can we help them lose weight?
If you love to create, why not try making your own cat toys. Felting is a simple technique, with minimal costs. Just follow our easy, step-by-step guide.
An trend is emerging in cat-themed ballet flats. You can make your own by following these simple instructions for making an adorable pair of shoes.
You may not have the fancy medical background but learning how to examine your pet can help you identify changes in their health.