Behaviour Related

Page 2 of 5, 49 articles found. Displaying: 11-20
Adding a new feline family member to your home is so exciting. more

58.8% of dog owners are currently using CBD products on their dog, according to a 2016 report published in the Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (JAHVMA). more

Any sudden change to your furry friend’s routine, social structure or environment may cause stress and anxiety. more

When looking for the best professional carers for your pets, it’s important to do plenty of research. more

Buffet for bunnies

27th Aug, 2019
Are you familiar with the saying “you are what you eat”? It applies just as much to rabbits as to people, which means that, to keep them healthy, you need to feed your rabbits on a diet that’s healthy for rabbits. more

You love your cat. So what do you do if you think it might not be well? more

A dog harness is an item used on pets to restrain them in some way, usually on walks. Composed of straps that fit around the chest and forelegs, they snap or buckle together and have somewhere to clip a lead onto. more


26th Feb, 2019
As a child, I grew up with the belief that a dog wagging its tail was a happy dog. These days, however, we’re bolstered by scientific advances that have taught us more about understanding dogs. more

Happy non-hump day!

27th Dec, 2018
It surprises many people to learn that humping is not so much about sexual activity. It’s usually a response to stress, anxiety or excitement. more

Grooming is about much more than looking good and goes beyond just giving them a quick brush every now and again. Here’s why grooming is important and what you should include in your pet’s regular routine. more

Page 2 of 5, 49 articles found. Displaying: 11-20