What can you feed your pet?

May 10th, 2018
We all know the face we get from our pet when there is food around, especially dogs. It’s a face that wants to try exactly what we’re having and sometimes irresistible when they give you the puppy dog eyes. However,

Petcover’s tip to keeping your horse healthy

May 9th, 2018
As a horse owner, your main priority is keeping your horse happy and healthy. This can often be hard, especially in winter when exercise isn’t as regular and your horse tends to burn more fat/energy by trying to keep w

Is your Dog’s nose always wet?

May 9th, 2018
  There are a lot of old wives’ tales in the pet world. Take, for instance, the saying that “cats always land on their feet.” That’s just not true. They are really good at landing on their feet if they fal

Got a new kitten?

May 6th, 2018
A new kitten can be an amazing experience for everyone involved. They’re adorable, fluffy and are yet to have sharp claws. These little bundles of joy can put a smile on even the hardest person. Looking after a new kit

Pets and apartments

April 6th, 2018
Apartment living is becoming increasingly popular across the nation, and with this comes the rise of apartment pets. The property that you live in should not determine whether or not you have a pet. By following a few si

Why does my dog eat grass?

April 6th, 2018
Although it is surprisingly common for dogs to eat grass, owners are still baffled by it. There are many people throwing out their theories in to reasoning behind this strange behaviour; however no one is truly certain w

Kitten Health

April 6th, 2018
A new kitten can be an amazing experience for everyone involved. They’re adorable, fluffy and are yet to have sharp claws. These little bundles of joy can put a smile on even the hardest person. Looking after a new kit

Why does my dog chase their tail?

April 6th, 2018
Our canine companions can keep us entertained for hours with all the shenanigans they get up to! One of the most amusing things you pup does is chase their tail, often perplexed why they can never catch it. This behaviou

Dementia in pets

April 6th, 2018
Does dementia exist in animals? In a nutshell, yes. It’s usually known as cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) in animals, and vets are seeing more cases among cats and dogs as pets live longer. Generally, if your pet

Aging Horses

April 6th, 2018
Defining a horses age is an interesting task as age can be classified in different ways. At age 10, a previous racehorse is old but at a dressage is young. Generally, once a horse reaches late 20’s it is then classifie