Stay Tick Safe in 2019

Stay Tick Safe in 2019

While peak tick season usually kicks off around September, these dangerous parasites can be a cause of concern all year around, especially as we experience an unseasonably long Summer this year.  Paralysis ticks pose a major risk to your pets’ health, with symptoms...
Involving Children in Looking After Pets

Involving Children in Looking After Pets

Whether your much loved pet is of the furry, feathered or scaly variety, there is no doubt that animals can bring a whole lot of love, AND a whole lot of work into your household. One of the best ways you can introduce your children to the world of pet ownership is to...
Where to Turn If Your Pet Is Missing 

Where to Turn If Your Pet Is Missing 

Whether you’ve felt the terrifying feeling in the pit of your stomach when realising a pet may be lost before or not, we all know the importance of keeping our fur-babies protected and safe from harm.  We immunise, we reinforce fencing, we have neighbours keep an eye...
Curious Cats Climb – How to Stop Your Cat from Climbing

Curious Cats Climb – How to Stop Your Cat from Climbing

Whether you are the proud owner of a cute new kitten, or the servant of a gorgeous well-established old puss-in-boots, all cats love to climb. From curtain railings, to neighbour’s fences and your pristinely clean kitchen and bathroom benchtops, most cats will let...
Excessive Barking – Why It’s Caused and What To Do

Excessive Barking – Why It’s Caused and What To Do

So, you have just welcomed a new fur-baby into your home, and what an exciting time this is! But for many, this time can be overshadowed by one drawback in particular – excessive barking. Barking is a normal response from dogs – an important means of communication...