We Love Pets News

Written by Angelina Hart

Jun 27, '2022

Keeping Rabbits Cool in Summer Months

Rabbits are unable to regulate their body temperature and can experience heat stress and heatstroke which can be fatal. As they struggle with unexpected changes to the temperature it is our responsibility to help them cool and prevent heat stroke.  

Look out for these signs and symptoms if you think your rabbit is experiencing heat stroke:  

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Jun 13, '2022

Bringing my Puppy Home - How to Prepare

Having a new puppy in your home is an exciting thing but it can also be unnerving for both you and your new pet. Before brining your pet home ensure to research the breed specific needs. This guide will help you prepare for the arrival of your new pet and ensure it has the best start in life!


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Mar 21, '2022

Best Hypoallergenic Pets

What causes allergies to pets? 

The main cause of allergies to pets is dander, which are dead skin cells shed by your pet, other sources of allergens include proteins found in your pet's saliva, urine and faeces. All of these sources of allergens are airborne and can easily stick to bedding, fabrics and furniture and without proper air quality in your home, exposure can trigger your allergens.  

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Feb 23, '2022

Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day

The 23rd of February is Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day and although no one knows who created this holiday, we can bet your dogs can’t wait to enjoy a tasty treat!  

Treats come in all shapes, sizes and styles just like our dogs do, so the treats you give your dog should match their age, size and health. By testing a variety of treats you can figure out what is best for them and what makes their tails wag!   

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Feb 21, '2022

Pet Dental Health Month

February is pet dental health month, just like we regularly clean and check our teeth and gums, it is important to do the same for our pets! 

Here are 6 tips to help prevent dental problems and keep your pets' mouth clean and healthy:  

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Dec 9, '2021

Cat Microchipping to be Made Compulsory

The UK government will be going ahead with new rules to ensure cat owners have their cat’s microchipped before they turn 20 weeks old or face a £500 fine.

Under these new rules set by the UK government, cat owners must have their cat’s microchipped before they reach 20 weeks old and their contact details must be stored and kept up to date in a microchip database company. If owners do not have their cat microchipped, they will have 21 days to get it done or face a fine of up to £500.

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