Dogs are just like us; they get bored. Here are five fun games your dog can play, some with you and some when you are out.
As energetic and loving as your dog may seem, it may not be spritely and playful all the time. Find out how to identify the signs that your dog may not be feeling his usual happy self...
When you receive your renewal letter your price might have increased. We’re here to help you understand the reasons behind a price change and the importance of continuing cover for your pet:
If you’ve got children you will know that baby-proofing your home is a necessary endeavour in order to prevent accidents, but as a dog owner, did you know that dog-proofing your home is just as important?
There’s nothing worse than finding the perfect holiday location, only to see a ‘No Pets Allowed’ notice next to the property details. We’ve looked into the best pet-friendly options for you to help make that booking a little easier.
We wanted to find out more about the relationship between humans and their canine best friend, so asked more than 1,000 dog owners a series of questions. Here are the results...
The poisoning of your dog can be incredibly upsetting for the owner and hugely distressing for the animal. We run through the plants and flowers poisonous to dogs and what to look out for if you think your animal has been poisoned.
Many dog owners baulk at the idea of having their pet cooped up in kennels while they’re on holiday. The solution to getting time away and leaving a happy pet at home might be dog-sitting.
Discover the top tech on the market for pets, from GPS trackers for dogs to pretend prey for cats, there are new and exciting gadgets to make everyone’s life easier.
Take your dog to the beach with our recommendations of best dog friendly beaches in the UK. Whatever the weather, enjoy a stroll along the seaside with your four-legged friend.
It's now a legal requirement for all dog owners in England, Scotland and Wales to microchip their pet. We’ve put together a guide on what it means for you and how it works.
Adding a few plants and features to your garden can create a whole new environment for your pet to discover. We've created a downloadable sensory garden map that you can create for your dog.
Discovering the world and relaxing with your family are what holidays are all about, but having to leave your pet at home can dampen your holiday spirit. If you decide to travel with your pet, check out our top tips for travelling in Europe.
Whether you’re looking to rehome a cat for a friend, or you’d like to adopt from a local rehoming centre, here’s all you need to know about cat adoption.
Adding a few plants and features to your garden can create a whole new environment for your pet to discover. We've created a downloadable sensory garden map that you can create for your cat.
If you've decided to adopt or buy a cat, you probably think that you've considered all the pros and cons. But here are a few things about owning a cat that you might not have thought of…
Pets, just like their owners, need a change of scenery from time to time. So why wait for a dog friendly holiday? Pack your dog’s toys, put your suitcases in the car boot and hit the road! We’ve picked our favourite dog-friendly hotels to stay in the UK and some fun activities to do while you're there.
Cats need the right food to fuel their metabolism and keep them in tip-top condition. Meat is essential to fulfill their dietary requirements, but they can eat a broad range of other things too. We've put together some recipes for some tasty treats you can make at home.
If you’re thinking about bringing a new kitten or young cat into your home, there are a few things you need to consider and prepare for in advance of their arrival.
Spring is a great time to get out in the garden or take those long walks which you've missed out on during the dark and cold winter. However, there are some hidden dangers for your dog which you may not be aware of. We've compiled a list of things to look out for in your four-legged friend.
A daily walk is an important part of maintaining a happy, healthy lifestyle for your dog. But like any routine, doing the same things and going to the same places every day can become a little dull. Follow our five tips for making walkies even more fun for you both.
Spring is in the air, and with the winter behind us it's time to look forward to better weather (we hope!). Here are a few tips and reminders to help you have happy dogs and cats through the warmer months.
Dogs can eat meat, vegetables and starchy food but like us and need a balanced diet in order to stay healthy. However, that’s not to say you can’t treat them every now and then, so we’ve created some tasty recipes for your dog to enjoy.
If you're considering rehoming, we've pulled together all you need to know here. Before you take a rescue dog into your home there's a few points you should consider:
Both dogs and cats are being targeted by opportunist thieves and organised gangs causing heartache for owners. With pet thefts in the UK on the rise, we share a few tips to help you keep your pet safe and, hopefully, recover your pet should thieves strike.
Cats' moods can change rapidly – it can be hard to know what to do, and when! But don’t worry. We’re here to help you understand what’s going on inside that little feline head. It’s not just about the meowing, it’s also about body language. Pay attention to the ears, tail, eyes and body posture and you'll be closer to understanding cats.
Travelling can be stressful for the whole family, but for animals that may not be used to long journeys, it can be especially traumatic. Here are a few tips on how to make travelling with pets as smooth and safe as possible.
We've developed a revolutionary way to let you know when your dog is getting too hot with the MORE TH>N Thermocollar and provided some top tips to help keep your pet cool.
Every dog has its day - or at least they should have 50 essential doggy must-dos under their collar in their lifetime. We've worked with TV vet Marc Abraham and Visit Britain to compile a "Bucket List" for our canine friends.
Firework displays might be wonderful to us but they can be absolutely terrifying for dogs. Follow our tips to help your dog deal with fireworks without becoming overly anxious and distressed.
Floods and storms can often hit without much warning, so it pays to be prepared if you have pets. We’ve put together some practical steps you can take to protect your pets.
Winter can be a dangerous time for pets, especially when the weather turns to ice and snow. We've prepared some cold weather tips to keep your pets happy when the weather turns nasty.
It's the least favourite time of the year for cats and dogs as bonfires blaze and a flurry of fireworks are blasted into the skies. But we're trying to make things more bearable for your pets this Bonfire Night with the world’s first films for cats and dogs, created to help them relax around loud noises.
Our vet takes us through the list of what you can and can’t feed your dog from your Christmas dinner and other dangers to watch out for around the house this December.
Discover great dog-friendly days out and weekends away - use our tool to unlock the perfect countryside corners and city secrets for you and your four-legged friend.