Fellow pet owners, look away now. This infographic from Voucherbox tells us FAR too much information about how much our beloved pets cost us over their lifetime. We know pets can get a bit pricey, but we think the happiness and companionship they provide is more than worth the cost. It is worth considering your budget before you get a pet - the happiest pets are well looked after and vet bills and food add up. Don't be fooled into thinking cats and dogs are the most expensive option either - exotic pets can live a long time and cost considerably more!
A study by tailor-made dog food company Tails.com has revealed that over 3.8 million dogs in the UK are overweight or obese, with nearly a quarter of owners (23 per cent) claiming they have tried to put their dog on a diet. Dr Sean McCormack lists the signs to look out for if you're worried your pet is overweight.
What would life be like if you was as cute as your dog? Could you get everything you ever wanted with those puppy-dog eyes? Or is a dog’s life just not suited to us humans?
I thought I’d share my thoughts with you, fellow pet lovers.
Enjoy the rest of the summer by attending some of the many dog-friendly events across the country. Here’s a list of some of the great events taking place this August...
Some dogs are just comfortable doing their own thing and there’s not much you can do to convince them to do what you think they should be doing. You know your dog will never take to all these game suggestions on the Internet. They will just carry on doing their own thing. Your dog knows best, so we’ve come up with a list of fun games to play with your independent dog (on their terms of course).
How do you justify spending that extra money on something to move your pet around? It can be a little difficult, no matter how tempting the pet carrier. However, if you decide that only the best will do for your pet, then we’re here to help you feel a bit better about splashing out.
A handy guide to keeping your pet safe containing advice from various animal charities and associations, such as Dogs Trust, PFMA and RSPCA, our pets' safety infographic is designed to remind people that our beloved animals deserve the utmost attention and care.