Tips on Dog Health

May 23rd, 2019
Here are three tips to keep your dog healthy and happy: Exercise and Diet Just like us humans, to stay healthy dogs need a well balanced diet and regular exercise. Make sure you are feeding your dog a diet that suits the

Four Best Birds for Beginners

May 16th, 2019
Birds come in an array of shapes, sizes, colours and personalities! They make great companions; however there are a lot of responsibilities that come with owning one. Finding the right bird for you may mean having a long

Rabies death in Norway

May 14th, 2019
A young 24-year-old Norwegian woman has died last week due to rabies. She was bitten by a puppy that she attempted to rescue while on holiday in the Philippines.   It is understood that the puppy nipped her while pl

Interpreting a Horse’s Body Language

May 13th, 2019
As you spend more and more time with your horse, you’ll be able to pick up on their body language and understand what they are trying to tell you and how they feel. Horses will often use more than just their vocalisati

Fruits and Vegetables for your Guinea Pig

May 9th, 2019
We have put together a list of the 5 top fruit and vegetables that are not only safe for your guinea pig to eat but super beneficial to their health. Strawberries: Not only are these delicious but they are a great source

Interpreting a Cat’s Meow

May 6th, 2019
Not only do cat’s meow for our attention, each meow is trying to tell us something. So it is important to understand what your cat may be trying to tell you. Learning what your cat is trying to tell you is the key to c

Friendly Reptiles: Blue Tongue Skink

April 29th, 2019
Affectionately known as the Bluey, Blue Tongues are the largest of the skink species. They are also one of the most interactive. Bluey’s will learn to become relaxed and obedient as they grow with their carer. So it is

The Dangers of your Bird Escaping

April 25th, 2019
Birds that have been bred to be domesticated do not have the experience in order for them to have gained any necessary skills to stay safe in the wild. Domesticated birds have never had to find food – which is a skill

Keeping Rabbits at the Right Temperature

April 22nd, 2019
Rabbits can easily overheat, and they can also get too cold. Just like us, it is important to adjust the environment throughout the year to ensure that your pet rabbit is able to stay at a comfortable temperature all yea

Salmonella in Reptiles

April 18th, 2019
It is common for many Reptile pets to carry Salmonella germs in their intestinal tracts. Reptiles can shed these germs in their stool. Your pet may appear to be healthy to you as these germs do not usefully affect the re