What’s your company’s pet policy? Does the boss allow furry friends in the office? If not, why is this the case? With ‘’Dog on the Job day’’ coming up, now is the perfect opportunity to raise this issue with
Wouldn’t it be great if we could take our best friend to work with us? Workplace culture is changing on this issue, more people are taking their pets to work with them, and employers are seeing surprising results. Many
Before you bring in your dog to the workplace, it is important to establish some ground rules and general expectations surrounding the topic. Here are some things to consider: Liability – What happens if your dog gets
The most visible indicator of a pet’s health is their fur. Shiny and soft to touch shows that your pet is well nourished with essential fatty acids. Even though all breeds have different fur, you can always spot a good
We often visit our local GP for a check-up, and this should serve as a reminder to take our pets to the vet for their own check-up. They are necessary as a vet will ensure that your dog or cat is in the best possible sha
The cost of veterinary treatment is steadily on the rise, with many pet owners having to make the devastating decision of how much is too much to save their pet. As many owners see their four legged friend as a major par
Every pet owner wants to take their four legged friend with them on holidays, however this cannot always be possible. Whether it is too expensive to bring them along; you’re going somewhere they’re not allowed; or th
We often see our pets scratch and itch themselves thinking that they are just getting at a little niggle. However, your dog could be trying to tell you that there is a serious problem. From fleas and mites to shampoos an
Most people will agree that moving house is one of the most stressful events one can be put through. However, you will not be the only one feeling the pressure, your pet will notice some major changes and may become a bi
As your beloved pet gets older, more care must be taken to ensure that your furry friend stays healthy. Just like elderly humans, elderly pets need a bit more specialised attention. The first signs of aging are a greying
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