If you are reading this blog because you have just found out you are pregnant – congratulations! It’s such an exciting time and there are so many wonderful things to look forward to, but if you are like me, you are probably wondering how your dog (or in my case, dogs) are going to cope…
It is a good idea to have a first aid box ready and prepared in case of emergencies. Here is what you should keep in it.
Rabbits are a prey species. Because of this, they have evolved in a way to hide any symptoms of illness and pain so they are not taken by a predator. If you keep rabbits, spotting any sign of discomfort early increases the chance of their survival. Get in the habit of giving your rabbit a…
White’s Tree Frogs are one of the most popular pet frogs to keep. Here are 10 things you should know before getting some.
Mealworms are the larvae form of the flour beetle Tenebrio Molitor and can go through their lifecycle of an egg to pupae to beetle in a few months. This blog will tell you how to care for your mealworms.
Cat proofing your garden is becoming more and more popular, but is it worth it? Read my experience on having cat proof fencing and if I recommend it.
Calci worms are the larvae of black soldier flies. They look like maggots, but are a rich in calcium and have level calcium to phosphorous ratio meaning they are a good staple.
Leopard geckos are popular lizards and make great companions. Here are 10 things you need to know before owning a Leopard gecko.
Morio worms are sometimes called superworms or Giant mealworms. They are high in protein and fat, so don’t use them as a staple, but they are good as part of a varied diet. Read on to find the best way to keep them.
Waxworms are the larvae of wax moths and get their name from eating bee’s wax in this wild. This blog will explain how to care for waxworms.