Aging Horses

March 23rd, 2020
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

Five Ways to Bond with your Bird

March 19th, 2020
The biggest mistake owners can make is leaving their bird in it’s cage. Birds are not meant to be part of the furniture, left to sit in their cage for the rest of their lives. It is important to let your bird out a

Kitten Health

March 16th, 2020
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

4 Things to Consider Before you Buy a Pet Turtle

March 12th, 2020
For all the apartment-dwellers out there who dream of owning a pet but have heartless landlords who won’t allow them to keep a dog or cat, I have a solution for you: a turtle! Although it might not bear much resemblanc

7 Signs You’ve Found The Perfect Dog Name

March 9th, 2020
Picking the best name for your new pooch is a stressful challenge to take on for new pet owners and experienced ones alike. Unlike human children, you don’t run the risk of them being bullied for their names (as far as

Teaching your Pup to Swim

March 5th, 2020
Not all dogs take to water so easily, many have to be taught a few basic lessons before they dive on in and paddle around. Petcover will take you through some tips and lessons that you can do with your pup to get them re

How Do Horses Eyes Work?

March 2nd, 2020
You may think that horses see the same as us; however they don’t see the world like we do. It will forever be a mystery as to exactly what horses see, although scientists have studied the components of their eye and ha

A Closer look at our Superior Plans

February 27th, 2020
Choosing the right plan for you and your pet can be overwhelming with the number of options now available. It is important to remember that not all pet insurance policies provide the same cover. Petcover’s Superior Pla

Bunny Proof Your Home

February 24th, 2020
Rabbits are a joy to have in the home. But they love to chew, dig, and get into tiny dark spaces. It is still possible to let your bunny roam around freely and be a part of the family. You just need to do some prep work

A Closer look at our Safety-Net Plans

February 20th, 2020
Choosing the right plan for you and your pet can be overwhelming with the number of options now available. It is important to remember that not all pet insurance policies provide the same cover. Accidents can happen, to