Owning a pet makes us happier, reduces loneliness and keeps us fit too, but unfortunately, not all of us are in a position to raise and care for a furry friend. Long hours at work, tight budgets, small homes and city centre living all mean that owning a pet just isn’t feasible. But don’t worry,
Litter box training can be a frustrating time for a new cat owner, especially for those owners who have never had one before. Cats’ brains are wired very differently to dogs’, and all other household pets, for that matter, so it can take a little while getting used to new way of training and communication.
Shedding is arguably one of the biggest nuisances faced by pet owners in their homes, so much so that owners will often opt for specific breeds simply to avoid this problem. However, we don’t think you should avoid getting that Chow Chow you’ve always wanted just so you don’t have to deal with shedding; there
Although we tend to categorise dogs as either puppies or adults, there are in fact numerous different development stages which your dog will go through before they reach adulthood. From the little fluff ball who can barely open her eyes, to the cheeky bundle of energy that can’t sit still, in this article we’ll cover
Although they might be at their cutest, puppy ownership can be stressful business at times, especially during house training. But don’t let this get you down or put you off – house training forms the building blocks of your relationship with your pup and, done properly, will help you form a proper bond with your