Pet Care Hints & Tips
Thinking of getting a new pet?
A new cat or kitten can make for a brilliant pet in the home. They are independent and loving and will settle well into a loving family house. The decision is whether to get a cat or a kitten? Taking on a kitten can prove to be very time consuming as they require lots of love and attention, up to four meals a day, a great deal of playtime and a very watchful eye. Even though an adult cat will require equal love and attention, they will be less demanding.
Can you spare numerous hours playing with a sprightly kitten?
Do you want to fully train your new pet or would you like a pet that has already been trained?
Do you live in a flat? If so you may have to get a housecat, if there is no garden/outdoor area.
Some cats need grooming; is this something you have time to do on a regular basis?
Can you afford the vet's bills in an emergency and the routine healthcare bills?
There are many websites and helpful books available that outline the different breeds available. Once you have decided on a particular breed that you are interested in, make sure that you fully research their temperament and needs.
Whether you are bringing home a playful puppy, mature dog or selecting a breed, we are here to help you with your questions.
Your pet is like part of the family and you want to be able to help them in all eventualities. Taking out pet insurance can ease the financial burden should something happen to your beloved dog or cat
What would you do if you stumbled upon a stray cat or dog, read on for some helpful advice.