Your dog's communication ladder
The communication ladder is a tool designed to help us to stay safe around dogs.
Are cat harnesses and leads okay to use?
If you’ve ever felt worried about letting your cat outside, you might be considering a cat harness or lead, but wondering if they’re okay to use. Here we’ll talk all about harnesses and leads, and how your cat might feel about wearing one.
How to train your cat to enter a carrier
All cats need to go in a carrier at certain times in their lives. It could be a routine trip to the vets, an emergency, or travelling to a new home.
How to introduce your cat to a new cat
Bringing a new cat into your home can be a stressful time, for them, for you and for and existing cats you have.
How to handle your cat
When you rehome a new cat or kitten, it’s important that you handle them correctly from the beginning – this will help you build a strong bond for the future.
Getting your dog used to their collar and harness
As owners, we often take for granted the fact that we can handle our dogs collar.
How to tell if your dog has a behaviour problem
What is a behaviour problem? Often, that totally depends on when the behaviour occurs.
Rehoming dogs from abroad
Whether you've seen a dog online, or met one abroad and you're thinking about adopting, here are a few things to consider before you make an informed decision.
How many guinea pigs should you keep?
Guinea pigs are naturally sociable creatures – they should always be kept in pairs or small groups. If you find yourself with a lone guinea pig of any age, contact your local rescue centre to help find your piggy a companion.
Getting a puppy: what you need to know
We want to help people find the right puppy for them, so more pets stay well cared for and in loving homes for life.
Getting a kitten: what you need to know
On average, cats live for 14 years, but can go on into their early twenties, and so how you choose your kitten can impact on the rest of its life and your enjoyment of owning a cat.