Posts Tagged ‘pet insurance’

 
Desex Pets

Should I Have my Pet Desexed?

Thursday, October 18th, 2018
Spaying or Neutering is one of the most important things to consider with a new pet. Desexing can make a significant impact on their healthiness and length of life. Spaying refers to the desexing of a female animal, wher
Pet dreaming

Is My Pet Dreaming?

Monday, October 15th, 2018
We’ve all seen our pets twitching and tails wagging, yet they’re sound asleep. And we’re all convinced of the same thing… they must be dreaming. Ask any pet owner and they’ll say that pets definitely dream. Wel
Cat Pawing

Why is My Cat Scratching the Floor Beneath their Food?

Thursday, October 11th, 2018
Have you ever noticed your cat pawing or scratching the floor around their food and wondered what they were up to? Although it might be weird (yet still adorable) to watch, there is a method to that fur ball’s madness.
Shy Pets

How Do I Help my Shy Pet?

Monday, October 8th, 2018
“Shyness” is a trait found in pets that are highly fearful. This may be a fear of strangers, places, sounds or movements. Nature or Nurture? Genetics play a big part in the temperament of pets. Cats and dogs have a g
Jealousy

Help! My Dog is Acting Jealous

Thursday, October 4th, 2018
Jealousy in dogs can trigger from multiple reasons. Your dog may simply be bored, and may need more exercise and mental stimulation. Sometimes a change in environment can mean dogs find it hard to share us with another p
Meow at People

Why do Cat’s Meow at Humans?

Thursday, September 27th, 2018
Have you ever put on the Discovery Channel, found a programme on big cats in the wild, and watched the tigers meow at each other? Or have you ever noticed cats on the street meow at each other? My guess is that you haven
cat Whiskers

The Truth about Cat Whiskers

Monday, September 24th, 2018
A cat’s whiskers are a well-honed sensory tool. They are used to detect changes in their surroundings, helping them steer clear of threats, even in the dark. These whiskers can pick up on even the slightest change in w
Manx

A History of Cats: Manx

Thursday, September 20th, 2018
  The Manx is a peculiar cat in that it is missing something very obvious… a tail. As you can imagine there are plenty of tales as to why the Manx has no tail (excuse the pun). The Manx has been around for centuri
Aging Dog

Senior Dogs

Monday, September 17th, 2018
To be considered as a senior dog will not just depend on a dog’s age but also their breed. Typically, larger dogs age much quicker, therefore may become seniors by 5-6 years old. Smaller dogs take longer, often conside
Siamese

A History of Cats: Siamese

Thursday, September 13th, 2018
The Siamese cat is thought to have originated from Siam (present day Thailand). It is believed that the cats were sacred and were used as guards of ancient temples. They were exclusive to the Royalty of Siam. It is said