Currently, rabbits are recommended to have two vaccinations a year, however, the release of a new vaccine is going to change things.
I have kept rabbits since I was 10 years old and over the years have had many different types of accommodation – from indoor setups to traditional rabbit hutches and runs and even chicken coops – I feel like I have tried them all. Having said that, I have never found anything that suits me…
Ah pugs, they’re cute and growing in popularity thanks to several famous pugs on social media. Here are 10 things I wish I knew before owning a pug.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) have reviewed what Veterinary Practices are allowed to provide during the Coronavirus and have changed a few things from the last update. Here is what is now allowed;
Getting a new puppy is an exciting time, however, the Coronavirus outbreak may be putting a dampener on your spirits. But fear not, here are some tips on how to make things work during this unsettling time.
Whilst the world is on lockdown, everyone’s routines have been changed. But how can we keep our pets happy during this unsettled time?
The Prime Minister of the UK has instructed all non-essential businesses close and people stay home where possible during COVID-19, but what does this mean for our pets? What if they need food or vet treatment? Read on for the latest advice.
Rats aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, but these little rodents make great pets. Here are some MythBusters about these critters.
African Clawed Frogs are a type of aquatic frog that can be kept as pets. In order to keep your frogs happy and healthy, it is vital their tank is set up correctly. Follow this blog to find out how.
Tarantulas are like marmite – you either love them or you hate them, but do they make good pets?