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September, the month to acknowledge the work of Service Dogs

SEPTEMBER, THE MONTH TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE WORK OF SERVICE DOGS September is a month dedicated to Service Dogs. The month to honour and thank them for their work. They carry

Coming out of lockdown and pets – what now?

Our reality has changed a lot over the last few months, we live in this situation that has never been experienced before and it has changed our lives. But how are

The causes behind your cat peeing outside the litter box

  14.11.2019   Cats, Pet behaviour, Pet health   No comments

If you find your cat peeing in inappropriate places, you are not alone. This is the most common behavioural complaint of cat tutors. Causes for this behaviour can be attributed to different stimuli in the cat environment.

Distractions For a Lonely Dog: Entertain Your Pup While You’re Away

  14.09.2019   Dogs, Pet behaviour   No comments

Dogs are social creatures; most possessing the ability to become instant friends with any animal or human they come across. This is one of the most enduring and heartwarming characteristics

Cat Behaviour – What Is My Cat Trying To Tell Me?

  23.10.2018   Cats, Pet behaviour   2 Comments

Lately, there has been an increase in the number of people that choose to have a cat as a pet. Cats are chosen as pets due to their more independent behaviour

7 Things Your Puppy Hates About You

Puppies are adorable furballs that you would love to cuddle, and pat all day. But, new pet parents have to understand the likes and dislikes of their adorable pooch before

How to Turn Your Dog More Sociable

To turn your dog more sociable you’ll want to do some training with the dog. This can be done easily with a few tips on how to turn your dog

The fast and the furriness

If you couldn’t tell by the title, this post is about driving cars and taking your pets along with you. Who doesn’t love to take their pets on a road

Kiron’s Method – Equine Assisted Therapy

Anyone who has daily contact with pets doesn’t need any kind of scientific study as proof for their ability to become our therapists.However, something is missing, as Renée Lubersac (founder

Equine – Assisted Psychotherapy

The notion that contact with animals has several benefits for human beings is becoming widespread. When used as therapy,it can take several forms: physical, cognitive and even social and emotional.