Monthly Archives: May 2013

Millions of pets left ‘exposed’ to diseases

Posted On 2013-05-30 04:05:19

A new study from PDSA and YouGov has claimed that over 11 million pets could die prematurely in the next decade as a result of preventable diseases such as parvovirus and certain forms of cancer. This is because are failing to vaccinate their pets against the illnesses. Indeed, the study... more

Stray cat takes bus trip to safety

Posted On 2013-05-28 04:05:02

The amount of stray animals in the country continues to rise at an alarming rate and local authorities are finding it difficult to locate these all of these creatures to get them into rehoming centres. However, sometimes the job is done for them, but not always by the animals themselves.... more

EFRA committee dog control regulation welcomed

Posted On 2013-05-21 04:05:00

The Kennel Club has welcomed the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee’s report on the Draft Dangerous Dogs Bill, which was published last week (May 16th). It highlights many of the recommendations made by the Kennel Club to strengthen and improve current provisions to protect the public and improve... more

8-year old girl left heartbroken by dog thieves

Posted On 2013-05-15 02:05:58

A family home in Whitworth, Lancashire has recently been burgled with the thieves stealing a variety of items. They stole items you would expect to be stolen such as laptops, wallets, phones, games consoles, digital cameras and tablet computers. However, they also took the family’s BMW X5 and their young... more

Kittens: Pedigree or Moggie?

Posted On 2013-05-15 10:05:59

Getting a Kitten: Pedigree or Moggie? Having made the decision to introduce a kitten into your family, you ll need to consider whether you d like to buy a pedigree or a moggie. If you wish to purchase a moggie – that is, a kitten that isn’t recognised for being... more

Things to Consider Before Adopting a Dog

Posted On 2013-05-15 10:05:26

Adopting a Dog: Is it Right for You? A dog can be a wonderful addition to your family, playing the role of a loyal and devoted companion throughout the years. Many people choose to adopt a dog from a shelter, keen to provide a home for a less fortunate canine.... more

Benefits of Having a Pet

Posted On 2013-05-15 10:05:18

A Constant Source of Happiness The bond between humans and pets can be extremely strong, and there are various emotional and practical benefits to be enjoyed from looking after a pet. Some pets can be part of your family for decades, creating a bond than can last a generation or... more

Endsleigh and Lets with Pets partner up

Posted On 2013-05-09 01:05:44

Pet owners that are struggling to find rented accommodation with their companions have received a boost as part of a partnership with Endsleigh and the Dogs Trust. Endsleigh is offering a specialist landlords insurance policy – in conjunction with the Lets with Pets scheme – is aimed at encouraging more... more

Dogs Are a Mans Best Friend Pet Insurance with www.pet-insurance.co.uk

Posted On 2013-05-08 11:05:30

At pet-insurance.co.uk it is understood that dogs and cats are very much part of family life and value the importance of protecting pets against the unexpected. Most pet owners regard their cat or dog as a member of the family and as such, strive to find the best pet insurance... more

Tend to garden to ‘keep cats safe’

Posted On 2013-05-03 11:05:38

With the summer just around the corner and temperatures set to soar, cats and other pets are bound to be spending plenty more time outside than in the winter. While we are all bound to be excited by the warmer weather, there are precautions that cat insurance customers need to... more