Making Sure Your Pet is Happy
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Making Sure Your Pet is Happy

There is no greater feeling than seeing your pet content and happy. On this blog, our number one aim is to provide you with all of the info and tools you need to make sure your pet is safe and happy. We will be looking at all kinds of different pets such as dogs, cats, rabbits, and hamsters. We will also look at more exotic pets such as snakes and tropical fish. Everything you read here is the result of hours of research by pet owners just like you. We aren't experts but we are guided by our love of animals.


Making Sure Your Pet Is Happy

  • Gerbil Care: Obstructive Ear Disease

    15 January 2021

    Obstructive ear disease, also known as aural cholesteatoma, is a relatively common condition experienced by adult gerbils. It typically develops alongside or after an ear infection and is characterised by an overgrowth of epithelial skin cells caused by excess keratin in the middle ear. Obstructive ear disease can cause your gerbil to experience significant ear pain, so it's important to be aware of the signs of this condition and how it's treated.

  • Going on Vacation? Here are Tips for Boarding a Cat with Special Needs

    17 December 2019

    Are you thinking of boarding your cat with special needs as you go on vacation? If so, it's essential to know that pets with special needs require extra care and attention in the new environment. Whether your furry friend was born with a disability or they suffered one due to an injury or sickness, it's possible to make boarding easy and bearable for them. Below are some useful tips to ease the process while making boarding comfortable for your cat.

  • An Unfortunate Feline Theft: How to Prevent Your Neighbours From Stealing Your Cat

    22 April 2019

    According to research, cats don't need their owners. And while that doesn't mean that your cat will just up and leave one day, it does mean that there is a higher likelihood of them being stolen. That's not to say that all cat thefts are intentional. If your cat takes a liking to a neighbour down the road, for example, that neighbour may not even realise the cat belongs to you.