Blogs

Keeping boredom at bay through play

With the summer sun causing many dog owners to postpone or even cancel their walks to keep their dogs safe from the heat, it can be common for some dogs to start showing signs of boredom. Luckily, there are plenty of ways you can keep dogs having fun away from the heat. Signs of boredom…

Lead the way

We devote a large amount of our time to exercising our pets, and so therefore it is within our best interests to provide them with comfort when doing so. Leads, collars and harnesses can be used for a variety of animals, including dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets. Most animals need to be exercised for a…

Lighten up your garden

Now the weather has warmed up, you may find that you want to spend more time outdoors. The garden is a fantastic place in the late evening and at night, but it is sometimes quite hard to see anything at the far end of a long garden. Living in a traditional terraced house with a…

Targeting thirst

Now the temperatures are starting to rise, making sure our pets have constant access to clean, fresh water is more important than ever. When it comes to dehydration, it is best to avoid it at all costs, and with this simple guide, you can encourage your cats and dogs to drink up and stay healthy!…

Top tips for feeding rabbits

Many health problems that affect rabbits, such as obesity, dental disease and gut problems, can by caused by a poor diet, so it is vital you know what you should and shouldn’t be feeding to keep your rabbit happy and healthy. The main bulk of your rabbit’s diet (around 80%) should be made up of…

Tips for beautiful baskets

Hanging baskets give a pop of vibrancy wherever you use them – from your garden, balcony, walkway or front door! With baskets hanging at eye level, you can mix and match, create seasonal displays, create a miniature herb patch or even use them to grow fruit and veg out of reach of children or pets!…

Make the most of grow bags

Grow bags provide valuable growing space for those with limited room and productive soil for those of you with problem soil – or the incorrect soil to grown specific plants. With grow bags, you needn’t dig soil over, add fertiliser or nutrients, spend time moving heavy pots and most importantly, you don’t need lots of…

Seeing your pond into spring

With spring here to stay, it’s time to give your pond some attention and ready it for the warmer weather ahead. The following maintenance jobs will not only help encourage pond life and plants to flourish but also set your pond up for the year ahead. The first step is to de-winterise your pond. All…

Worry free worming

Controlling the worm burdens inside your dogs and cats is so important to ensure they remain happy and healthy. High worm burdens can have disastrous consequences – from suffering and illness, to even death. Even healthy-looking pets can be carrying worms so it is crucial to have a control program in place, which specifically targets…

Tips for perfecting your lawn

Sun, moisture, drainage – all three of these are essential if you want your lawn looking great for summer, which means spring is the perfect time to make a start. After winter weather, your grass will start to recover and grow, so by providing the best care at this early stage, you can ensure you…