Christmas Raffle


Congratulations to all four of our lucky winners we hope you all enjoyed the hampers. We would like to thank everyone that bought a ticket and helping us to raise vital funds for our charity. The first prize was ticket number 00564 – Zoe Thomas The second prize was ticket number 00866 – Joanne The […]

Understanding dog behaviour


Just like us, dogs can experience a range of emotions, the problem is, they can’t tell us. Instead, dogs communicate using mostly body language. They use all different parts of their body, including their tails, ears and eyes to tell us how they’re feeling. As pet owners it’s important to understand your dog’s behaviour and take […]

Understanding cat behaviour


Just like us, cats can experience a range of emotions – the problem is, they can’t tell us. Therefore, as owners we need to understand cat behaviour as a way to understand if we have a happy cat, a scared cat, or an angry cat. It’s essential to understand the body language of our pets […]

Lost, found and stray dogs


If you’ve lost your dog, or found a lost dog, follow our advice to help reunite pets with their owners. Top tips to help find your lost dog: Your dog’s microchip – phone the database they’re registered with and report them as missing. Contact your local dog warden. Notify your local vets, animal hospitals and […]

Microchipping dogs in England


Every dog owner in England will have to microchip their animal from 2016 under plans intended to cut a rise in strays. The microchips will be coded with owners’ details, and owners who do not comply could face fines of up to £500. Government figures reveal that more than 100,000 dogs are dumped or lost each year, at a […]

Neutering your pet


Neutering can help prevent illnesses and some unwanted behaviours. If you wish to get your pet neutered the best thing to do is speak to your vet. They will be able to advise you about the cost and the best time to neuter your pet, you do not need to let an animal have one litter […]

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