Dognapping: Criminal Charges for Pet Theft

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Dognapping Criminal Charges for Pet Theft

Full article with thanks to: forbes.com/uk/advisor/pet-insurance/pandemic-puppies In March 2020, as the reality of lockdown began to bite and millions of people began to adapt to their new circumstances, the UK saw a huge increase in demand for pets. Dogs in particular were seen as a way to gain companionship and give purpose to daily exercise regimes. According to Pets4Homes, by May 2020 … Read More

6 Benefits for Walking Your Dog

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Full article with thanks to: whiskerstotailspetsitting.com/2020/03/benefits-dog-walking If you’re not walking your dog regularly, there’s a chance you could shorten its life by a year or more. Did you know that according to dog trainer Veronica Stilwell, a recent survey states that only half of dog owners walk their dog at least once per day? Do you question the benefits of dog-walking? You … Read More

How to Identify Your Cat’s Emotions

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Full article with thanks to: cuteness.com/article/figure-out-cats-emotions Cats communicate their feelings through body language and vocalizations. Observing your cat’s body, legs, ear position, tail, fur and whiskers will help you understand what she is feeling. Similarly, identifying different vocalizations, like purring or meowing, will give you insight into her emotions. Recognising Content Cats A content cat is generally relaxed and calm. … Read More

How To Look After Your Dog While On Holiday

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Full article with thanks to: thebarefootnomad.com/info/what-to-do-with-your-pets-when-you-go-on-vacation As the owners of a loving, older cat and former dog owners, we know all too well the hassle of trying to figure out what to do with our pet while we travel. Whether you’re gone a week or six months there are three main options for your pet when you’re on vacation. You … Read More

How To Keep Your Dog Safe On Walks

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Full article with thanks to: topdogtips.com/dog-walking-dangers-safety-tips It cannot be avoided – taking your pooch for walks every day is necessary as an exercise routine, for bathroom breaks and playtime activity. But daily dog walking, especially when you live in a city, can pose its own dangers, something new and even veteran pet owners sometimes forget. Professional dog walkers have noted before about … Read More

What Emotions Does Your Cat Have?

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Full article with thanks to: cuteness.com/13710424/which-emotions-do-cats-have Just as one of your cats saunters up to his food bowl, the other one launches a stealth attack from behind to nose his way into first dibs at the dish. This elicits an angry hiss and a swat from a paw. But just minutes later, your kitty is butting his head against your knee and … Read More

How to Identify Your Dog’s Emotions

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Full article with thanks to: countryliving.com/uk/wildlife/pets/a28407333/dog-body-language Much like humans, a dog’s body language often represents their emotions. Whether they feel angry, anxious, fearful or happy, body language habits can let us know more about their mental state. Your dog could be wagging their tail or bringing over their favourite chew toy – do you know what that body language means? The experts … Read More

7 Reasons to Consider Puppy Socialisation

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Full article with thanks to: pawcastle.com/why-dog-socialization-is-important Good dog owners know that a healthy diet, exercise and lots of love are crucial to the wellness of their pets. However, there’s one important thing to remember when caring for your pup, make sure you’re socialising them properly. You may think this isn’t a big deal, but poorly socialized dogs are risks to … Read More