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Anybody who has ever been reunited with a lost pet because of it’s microchip will tell you what a great idea they are, but, for dogs at least, there will soon no longer be a choice, as all dogs will have to be microchipped and registered to an approved database by the time they are […]

Can you tell when your cat or dog is in pain? The fact that animals don’t always vocalise their pain leads many people to think they don’t feel pain like humans do, or at least that they don’t feel it as much. Unfortunately, cats and dogs do indeed suffer from pain in nearly exactly the […]

A recent campaign from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons has been highlighting the plight of Greyhounds in the UK. Their report estimates that 10,000 ex-racing greyhounds are ‘unaccounted’ for. Under existing UK legislation, any person can use a bolt gun to destroy a greyhound, if they are the legal owner. Many of these unaccounted […]

Our increasingly busy lifestyles and more and more demands on our time mean that our pets are spending more time alone. As pack animals by nature, dogs need company. Having more than one dog may help them cope without their humans for longer, but in one dog households, too much alone time may cause distress. […]

One of the things that most puts off potential pet owners is their fears about toilet training, a requirement for cats, dogs and house rabbits. It can be a daunting process, particularly for new owners, but in most cases it is very straightforward. Kittens quickly learn how to use a litter tray as their natural […]