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They might be turning grey, but their last years can be golden

Whilst their love and loyalty doesn’t age, our pets certainly do, and often quicker than some pet parents realise. Cats and dogs are considered ‘seniors’ by seven years of age, and even as young as five for large breed dogs, like Labradors. And whilst ageing isn’t a...

How Cats Instinctively Adapt to Seasonal Changes

By Barbara George Each cat is unique and will deal with winter based on a number of factors; their age and state of health, sufficient food and clean water, adequate shelter, their environment and the number of hours of daylight. These factors can change rapidly at...

Autumn indoor activities for your dog

We’ve come up with six ideas for active games you can play with your dog that will engage and stimulate him, physically and mentally; making days spent indoors as a result of bad weather, every bit as fun as being outdoors. Sniffer Dog Teaching your dog to discover...

Do certain dog breeds feel the cold more than others?

As with humans, not all dogs are created equal in the hair department. This begs the questions: do some dogs feel the cold more than others? The answer’s, yes, of course. We’ve put together a list of dogs who are less likely to safely tolerate dropping temperatures....

Autumn contraptions for cats

Autumn’s the perfect time to take your cuddles with your catkids to a whole new level. The rise and rise of popularity across the globe in cat furniture design, purchase, DIY and gifting tells us that cat lovers love to give and get creative. Autumn 2017 cat home...

Autumn doodads for dogs

One of the best things about a change of season is that you and the furkids get to shake things up and turn the boring old routine that was summer into brand new activities and goodies that make for a whole new set of memories. To get you started, we’ve put together a...