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9 Reasons Why Your Pet Is The perfect Company This Valentine’s Day

  There are always plans for the most romantic day of the year, but this year due to the period in which we live we have to reinvent ourselves! There’s

New Year’s Resolutions that will make your Pet (even) Happier!

  Inevitably at the beginning of each year we make a list of New Year’s resolutions, in which new plans are made and new objectives are outlined. For 2021, try

Why is it so important to walk my dog?

Our dogs lead increasingly sedentary lives In recent times, as a result of the current pandemic situation, many of us have spent more time at home. Although dog walks are

7 Benefits of Agility Training for You and Your Dog

You’ve probably seen dog agility before — the sport where dogs zoom around an obstacle course, flying over jumps and through tunnels, side-by-side with their handler. It’s one of the

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 out their responsibilities with indescribable hard work, affection and dedication.

What to pack in my pet’s suitcase for the perfect vacation

Finally August is here, the perfect month for vacations! Vacations are not only for the family, they are also for our pets! There are several solutions to provide an excellent

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

COVID-19 and pets

The disease now known as COVID-19 is caused by the virus SARS-Cov-2, a coronavirus largely responsible for respiratory symptoms. Even before COVID-19 was considered a pandemic, the question whether our pets (namely cats and

The origin of dog breeds

  14.10.2019   Dogs, Pets in society   No comments

A dog is said to be a man’s best friend. Different dog breeds can take on different sizes, coats and temperaments: small, large, short or longhaired, agile or slow, slender or full-bodied, and

Travelling with your Emotional Support Animal

Travelling with Your ESA: Breaking Down Certification, Airline Rules, and More If you have an emotional support animal – or are planning on getting one – travel may be a