How to Be an Environmentally Friendly Pet Owner

We are all aware of the negative impact that the human race has on the natural world. Whether its polluting the sea or the air, urban expansion, deforestation, or reducing biodiversity, humans need to act now in order to support and protect the world around us. When it comes to reducing our carbon footprint, many people don’t think about the global impact of owning a pet. Caring for our pets can produce a lot of waste, noise, and environmental disturbances. {Read More}

4 Things Your Pupper Cannot Do Without!

*collaborative post* Before you bring a dog into the family home, it is incredibly important that you know you can provide everything it needs. Both in terms of the physical things they require like equipment and food, and time and attention as well. In fact, if you cannot offer such an environment, you may not be ready for a dog right now. Luckily, you can use the list of things your pupper cannot do without below to check if you {Read More}

Things to Know Before Adopting a Puppy

What’s not to love about puppies? They are your best friends! It true, they are even known to be more loyal than humans. But adopting and keeping dogs can be challenging for yours. You might have convinced your parents to let you bring a dog, or you probably have checked websites from where you can adopt a dog. These cute little adorable fur balls are hard to resist, maybe that is why you want to adopt them. There are several {Read More}

How to Look After A Cat Properly

Cats are the ideal solution if you’d like to have a pet, but you feel a little intimidated by the responsibility of a dog or anything bigger! Cats are very independent creatures, but they still enjoy playing and being affectionate from time to time. Here, we provide all the information you need if you’re thinking of getting a cat or you’re about to introduce one into your home. Medical First of all, there are a number of medical responsibilities to {Read More}

The Costs of Owning a Dog That You Should Consider

*Collaborative Post* Are you thinking about introducing a dog into your family? Perhaps you saw a cute puppy or an adult dog at your local animal shelter, or maybe your kids have been begging you to let them get a dog? No matter what your reason is, it’s important to think about the costs that are associated with owning a dog before getting one. A few of the major costs are listed below to help you make the right choice. {Read More}

Healthy Ways to feed Your Horse

    There is more than one way to feed your horse, it doesn’t necessarily mean you have to stack it with hay everyday.  It is important to keep your horse at their best working weight, and if you have trained your horse well, they should be able to maintain a steady weight on their own. Just like the constant nagging I get from my personal trainer to eat the right kinds of food and preserve a healthy lifestyle balance.  {Read More}

How Much Exercise Does a Large Dog Need?

If you have a Greyhound, Boxer, Great Dane or any other large breed of dog, there is nothing you can both enjoy more than going outside and getting some exercise together. Exercising together not only helps you in keeping yourself healthy but also allows you to build a good relationship with each other. Exercise for Large Dogs: It won’t be a surprise for you to know how much exercise your large dog needs would depend on its breed. Medium to {Read More}

Scruffy’s 6 months old

So, a few months on and Scruffy the kitten has well and truly made himself at home. In fact, he seems to have taken over the house a little. It’s like we’ve always had him with us. We’ve cut a hole in the door to the cupboard under the stairs so he has his own space away from the children to eat. He  has his own corner of the dining room with his climbing tree and scratch post and a {Read More}

Introducing the newest member of the family!

For a long time now we have wanted to get a kitten and knowing that we weren’t going to have any more children, we decided that now was as good a time as any to add some more chaos into the house. We originally started looking at adopting a cat but quickly came to the realisation that with Benjamin being 2, it was unlikely that we would be able to adopt due to the fact that lots of the cats {Read More}