April 2020

  1. The Best Boredom Breakers For Small Animals

    The Best Boredom Breakers For Small Animals
    With many of us confined to our residences for the next few weeks, our animals are having a great time! Never before have we been home so much, but hopefully this is something that our pets won’t get used to. Of course, this leaves our furry friends in a particularly unfortunate position; what will they do when we go back... read more
  2. Understanding Your Cat's Body Language

    Understanding Your Cat's Body Language
    Ever wonder what your cat may be thinking? What breadth of wild imaginings pass between its ears? Perhaps how they view you, their owner, and how they feel about you? While many of us may be self-isolating at this time, our cats are certainly wondering why we’re home so much! In any case, we’ve come up with a ‘cheat-sheet’ that’ll... read more
  3. Good Food Keeps a Dog Healthy and Happy!

    Good Food Keeps a Dog Healthy and Happy!
    It can be tempting to become the next canine-friendly chef and there are many benefits to feeding your dog either raw or home-cooked meals. The problem, however, is getting the right balance of nutrients and an imbalance of nutrients can negatively impact your dog’s health. Dogs use protein and fat as their primary energy source but they also use carbohydrates... read more
  4. How To Make Easter Dog Friendly!

    How To Make Easter Dog Friendly!
    Easter is a fun time of year for kids, full of yummy treats primarily made of chocolate. Chocolate eggs and treats should be kept out of reach of dogs though as chocolate contains a substance called theobromine which is poisonous for dogs even in small amounts. Try to keep chocolate treats in a cupboard that is up high and ensure... read more
  5. 5 Great Movies To Watch With Your Pet During Lock-down

    5 Great Movies To Watch With Your Pet During Lock-down
    Many of us will be left stewing over the Weekend as travel restrictions continue. However, this extra time at home is the perfect (and Garda sanctioned) excuse to treat your pet to a movie bonanza! Our resident movie expert, Mr Carney, has put together a list of five titles that you and your pet NEED to see before things return... read more
  6. Helping Your Puppy To Stay Fluffy

    Helping Your Puppy To Stay Fluffy
    It is most likely even if your dog lives predominantly outside that they will be spending more time in the house at the moment. They will be happier inside and having the company of your loyal canine friend will provide you with comfort. Dogs can cause a variety of smells in the home and their hair can end up all... read more
  1. The Best Boredom Breakers For Small Animals

    The Best Boredom Breakers For Small Animals
    With many of us confined to our residences for the next few weeks, our animals are having a great time! Never before have we been home so much, but hopefully this is something that our pets won’t get used to. Of course, this leaves our furry friends in a particularly unfortunate position; what will they do when we go back... read more
  2. Understanding Your Cat's Body Language

    Understanding Your Cat's Body Language
    Ever wonder what your cat may be thinking? What breadth of wild imaginings pass between its ears? Perhaps how they view you, their owner, and how they feel about you? While many of us may be self-isolating at this time, our cats are certainly wondering why we’re home so much! In any case, we’ve come up with a ‘cheat-sheet’ that’ll... read more
  3. Good Food Keeps a Dog Healthy and Happy!

    Good Food Keeps a Dog Healthy and Happy!
    It can be tempting to become the next canine-friendly chef and there are many benefits to feeding your dog either raw or home-cooked meals. The problem, however, is getting the right balance of nutrients and an imbalance of nutrients can negatively impact your dog’s health. Dogs use protein and fat as their primary energy source but they also use carbohydrates... read more
  4. How To Make Easter Dog Friendly!

    How To Make Easter Dog Friendly!
    Easter is a fun time of year for kids, full of yummy treats primarily made of chocolate. Chocolate eggs and treats should be kept out of reach of dogs though as chocolate contains a substance called theobromine which is poisonous for dogs even in small amounts. Try to keep chocolate treats in a cupboard that is up high and ensure... read more
  5. 5 Great Movies To Watch With Your Pet During Lock-down

    5 Great Movies To Watch With Your Pet During Lock-down
    Many of us will be left stewing over the Weekend as travel restrictions continue. However, this extra time at home is the perfect (and Garda sanctioned) excuse to treat your pet to a movie bonanza! Our resident movie expert, Mr Carney, has put together a list of five titles that you and your pet NEED to see before things return... read more
  6. Helping Your Puppy To Stay Fluffy

    Helping Your Puppy To Stay Fluffy
    It is most likely even if your dog lives predominantly outside that they will be spending more time in the house at the moment. They will be happier inside and having the company of your loyal canine friend will provide you with comfort. Dogs can cause a variety of smells in the home and their hair can end up all... read more

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