There’s no denying that puppies have an amazing appeal. They are invariably cute and demand to be cuddled. You’d have to have a heart of stone not to tempted to take one home if you’re in the market for a
Having a pet that chews or scratches your furniture is no laughing matter. Repairs, if they can be done at all, can be costly and some items just can’t be replaced if they were unique or of sentimental value. That
Say hello to Sarah! She’s the latest puppy to join the army of Guide Dogs for the Blind that have been sponsored thanks to the kind generosity of Just for Pets customers.
With more than 1.3million of them kept in the UK, the rabbit remains the most popular domestic pet after dogs and cats.
With the first of the May Bank Holidays out of the way, your thoughts might be turning to a week or two’s holiday in the summer months. If you’re planning a break without your pet, sorting out alternative care will
Dogs have 42, cats have 30, and even iguanas have them – and they’re very sharp! We’re talking teeth of course.
Once upon a time, Rover, Lassie or Rex was about as adventurous as our pet names got. But in the last few years there’s been a new trend in the monikers we give our pets, with more human names featuring
The old adage ‘you are what you eat’ isn’t just something that applies to us humans – it’s equally important for our pets!
With the lighter nights and warmer weather, there’s no excuse for not getting out and about a bit more with your dog.
Very soon – from April 6 in fact – it will become law for all dogs in the UK to be microchipped. The idea behind the compulsory scheme is that you can be reunited quickly if your dog gets lost