Is your pet’s name making you vulnerable to cyber-criminals?

April 14th, 2021
With such a technology and online–focused world, passwords have become an annoying necessity in life.  We are always forgetting them, we are being constantly asked to change them, and worse; we are now bei

Easter safety tips for pet parents

April 1st, 2021
Easter Safety Tips for Pet Parents As we get excited about an Easter weekend full of family, friends, and fun, remember to keep an eye on your furry friends. Many common treats and traditions that we enjoy over the Easte

January is Walk Your Dog Month!

January 16th, 2021
January is Walk Your Dog Month and what better way to kick start your New Year Resolutions by walking off some of that festive food and drink? We’re lucky Walk Your Dog Month falls in summer, the perfect time for you a

Top 10 tips on how to keep your pets calm this New Years Eve

December 30th, 2020
Did you know that firework scares can have a long lasting effect on your pet? There’s nothing more spectacular than a fireworks display to bring in the New Year. We may love them, but many of our pets don’t. For our

How can I keep my pets safe over the Christmas Period

December 11th, 2020
Everyone loves the holiday season – the traditions, the decorations, the get-togethers, the food! At Petcover we want to ensure the holidays are a great time for everyone in your family – including your pet. If you h

What are the signs of a snake bite in pets

December 9th, 2020
The warmer weather sees an increase in snake sightings, meaning our cats and dogs are more at risk than any other time of the year. Due to snakes being much more active, pet owners need to be more cautious and put in saf

How to keep your dog cool in the heat?

December 4th, 2020
  We all know how dangerous too much heat can be for dogs but it’s important to understand exactly how heat affects your dog’s body and the healthiest ways of keeping them cool. When is it too hot for my dog? Ex
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Black Cat Awareness Month

October 28th, 2020
Over the years black cats have become a symbol of bad luck, especially for those who are superstitious. It is believed that superstition began around the Middle Ages in Europe and spread to America. People started to see

How to determine your Horse’s fair market value and why it is important?

June 9th, 2020
Every horse owner would say that they could not put a price tag on their horse’s life. However, when taking out an insurance policy for your horse, it is imperative to firstly understand the type of insurance policy yo

How do I Care for my Pet during COVID-19?

April 16th, 2020
We are living in unprecedented times; the Coronavirus/Covid-19 crisis is having an impact on all of us and now more than ever we have to mindful of one another and support each other as best as we can. The situation is e