During these difficult and challenging times we need to keep ourselves busy and happy. We have created a small little kind guide for you to download for free.
In these very uncertain, challenging times our feline friends need our love and companionship more then ever.
It is often said that animals have no voice and so we should be their voice – well, here is an opportunity for us to speak loud and clearly.
Guest Blog by Jacquie Cozens, the Founder of OSPA in Cabo Verde
Our canine friends can love their outdoor walks but be aware of wasps and bee stings
Our feline friends need regular dental health check-ups to keep them happy and well.
Guest blog by Dr Julia Mewes MRCVS, Director for The Mewes Vets explains what your first actions should be in an emergency.
Elderly people form wonderful life-long bonds with their companion animals
If you are thinking about bringing a feline animal companion into the family, you need to make your home kitty-friendly.
As our older feline companion animal friends age you may start seeing changes to their behaviour, as they too can develop dementia and start to show signs of decreased cognitive function like disorientation.