For many, Halloween is a time of good spooky fun, creative costumes, and tasty treats. But for our pets, it can be a night filled with unfamiliar and sometimes scary experiences. From a constant stream of trick-or-treaters at the door to the tempting, yet potentially toxic treats, there’s a lot for pet owners to consider.
As the days grow shorter and temperatures drop, both pets and their owners tend to retreat indoors. The change in routine, combined with fewer opportunities for outdoor exercise, can sometimes result in restlessness or unruly behaviour from our furry companions. To help make the transition smoother, we’re sharing some essential training tips to ensure your
Pets are more than just animals; they’re members of our families. Just as we strive to make our homes comfortable for our human family members, it’s equally essential to create spaces where our pets can thrive. Here’s a guide to designing the perfect pet-friendly space at home that keeps both comfort and safety in mind.
Our pets are full of quirks and behaviours that can sometimes leave us scratching our heads. As they can’t speak our language, our furry friends use these behaviours (to communicate with us) to demonstrate how they are feeling. In this blog post, we’re going to decode some common dog and cat behaviours to help you better
As the joy of summer fades and the new school year begins, our routines inevitably shift. This transition can be especially challenging for our pets, who’ve spent the sunny days with us at home, and now suddenly find themselves spending more time alone. This abrupt change can lead to separation anxiety in pets. This blog
Summer is a time for holidays, family trips, and fun adventures. But what about your furry family members? Whether you’re planning on bringing them along for the ride or considering entrusting their care to a pet sitter, summer travel requires careful planning when you have pets. In this blog post, we’ll cover everything you need