• 5 Tips To Keep Your Home Together When You Have A Dog

    When you have a dog, life is different. Even if you were someone that had a ton of pets when you were little, actually getting your own dog when you’re an adult is life-changing. If you get a dog before you have children, then you will often find that it’s a kind of stepping stone between just being you and then having a family. And you’re going to learn a lot. One of those things is that you will learn that dogs can mess up your house a little a lot. But they don’t have to. And you don’t have to let them. Instead, you can make sure that your…

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    Pets Acting Crazy And How To Fix It

    While we all love our pets to bits, it’s no doubt that they can exhibit some strange behaviours! From tearing your home apart to keeping the neighbours up and chasing their own tail – why do they act so strange and what do we do when it gets out of control? Your pet may not be able to keep a particularly deep conversation with you, but they’re surely able to communicate with us in their own way. When you know the signs, it’s also going to be a lot easier to correct unwanted pet behaviour and get to the bottom of what’s causing them to bark through all hours of…

  • Preparing Your Dog For The Great Outdoors

    As any dog owner will tell you, dogs can’t get enough of the outside world! Whenever you take your furry friend on a walk, they feel as though they are going on a big hunt, with their favourite pack members in tow! Of course though, while they may act tough, your dog is going to need some preparation if they’re going to be able to stay safe in the great outdoors. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the best ways to get your pooch ready for their first outing or two. A Lead: Being responsible for keeping your dog by your side, the…

  • Beautiful Bunnies: Is Owning a Rabbit Right For You?

    Rabbits are the third most popular pet in the UK, however their needs and requirements are still largely misunderstood by owners. Unfortunately, a lot of rabbits that are adopted go on to be left in hutches at the bottom of gardens, largely forgotten about. Unlike dogs or cats, rabbits can’t pester you for food or attention when they’re locked away – and for many, once the novelty has worn off they leave their rabbits to lead bored, lonely and miserable lives. If you’re considering getting a pet bunny, be sure to think long and hard about it. Pet rabbits can live for a decade and so you’re making a serious commitment.…

  • Dog Nutrition 101

    Whilst dogs do require a lot of energy and financial expenditure they also give us a lot back in terms of love, affection, support, warmth and happiness. For this reason, it’s important we keep our dogs in the best shape possible and the best way to do this is to focus on their nutrition, as ultimately just like we are what we eat, our pets are what they eat too. Whilst cats are a little more refined in their taste, their canine counterparts are by no means the fussiest of diners, and in many households across the world you will find a dog patiently waiting to lick the plate of…

  • Is Your Pet Bankrupting You?

    There are a lot of things you need to think about when you are getting a pet, but one of the most important is your financial life. You need to be aware that your pet is likely to cost you a fair amount of money, and in more ways than one. The more aware you are of the actual costs, the more likely it is that it won’t be such a shock to the system! Of course, it is often true that pets cost more than people initially think they will, and this can mean that you end up with the stressful situation of not really knowing what to do…

  • Meet Our New Addition – Bear The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog!

    I’m so happy to announce that our family has grown by an extra member! We are now owners of such a sweet Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog. Everyone meet Bear! He’s a big 12 weeks old and we collected him on Saturday. He had his first appointment at the vet yesterday. He was checked over and given a clean bill of health, the only concern the vet has is that he has a slight under bite and we’ve been told to watch for his top teeth piercing the bottom of his mouth. Join the Pets at Home VIP Club to enjoy a bundle of loyalty benefits He had his first bunch…

  • Gift Ideas For Cat Lovers and Crazy Cat Ladies

    1. 6 Pack Cute Roller Ball Gel Pens With 0.38mm Extra Fine Point – Black – £3.95 2. Cat String Lights – £10.95 3. Cat Design Glasses Tray – £10.99 4. Umbra Zoola Cat Ring Holder – Chrome – £8.75 5. PyroPet Candle Company 17 x 7.5 x 11.5 cm Solid Wax Aluminium “Skeleton” Kisa Candle, Grey – £25.00 6. Our Name Is Mud Cat Hair Mug – £7.53 7. JJMax Women’s Cute Kitty Cat Paws Socks with Paw Prints on Toes – £12.88 8. Toamen I’m a Cat Women’s Cute Cat Ear Hoodie – £4.99 9. Kikkerland Cat Butt Magnets, Set Of 6 – £11.99 10. Honeymall Women’s Summer…