Guide To Clipping Your House Rabbit's Claws

Posted on: 28 February 2017

If you own a house rabbit, you will need to have his claws clipped regularly. You can either do this yourself or hire a mobile pet washing company to do the job for you. Rabbits that live outside are able to wear down their claws naturally by digging, but house rabbits are not able to do this. Keeping your bunny's claws at the right length is very important as long nails can curl inwards where they can cut into your rabbit's paw, causing pain and discomfort. [Read More]

Cat Boarding Versus Cat Sitting: Which is Best for Your Pet?

Posted on: 17 January 2017

If you're going on holiday, you'll want to be confident that your beloved cat will be well cared for while you're away. You have two options: cat boarding or cat sitting. So, which is best? Read on for a helpful comparison. The Cattery Catteries come in different sizes. Some are large, taking up to 50 cats, whereas others are much smaller with room for only a dozen or so. Very large catteries may work out slightly cheaper than small ones, but your pet won't receive the same amount of one to one attention, which could be an important consideration, depending on your cat's temperament. [Read More]

The Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of Cataracts in Dogs

Posted on: 29 November 2016

Cataracts can affect dogs in the same way they affect humans, leading to reduced vision. However, the condition is well understood by veterinary medicine and can be treated easily. Below is a guide to the causes, symptoms and treatment options for cataracts in dogs. The Causes of Cataracts Cataracts develop when proteins within the lens the eye begin to thicken. These proteins obscure the passage of light, meaning that your dog will experience reduced and cloudy vision. [Read More]

Why is my cat being so clingy?

Posted on: 18 August 2016

As much as pet owners love their animals, it can be frustrating if they are extra clingy and won't let you complete the tasks that you need to do. Here are some of the causes of clinginess and some things that you can do to help these issues.  Early separation from mum When kittens are taken away too early from their mother, they can become overly attached to their owners as a replacement. [Read More]