Spring is a glorious time of year, and there's no better way to enjoy it than being outdoors with your pet. Following on from our first blog about spring-cleaning for you and your pet, here we remind you of the importance of lifestyle changes and springtime dangers to be aware of.Grooming galore
Just as you pack away the winter wardrobe, and lay off the gloves and hats, your pets have lifestyle changes too, to accommodate the change in seasons.
Roses, hearts and cuddly toys fill shop windows as the celebration of St. Valentine's Day approaches. Our four-legged friends provide us with unconditional love every day of the year, so who better to spend this Valentine's Day with? Why not pamper them with their favourite things. And if you are looking for Cupid's bow to strike, you could find a soul mate in another pet lover with online dating sites created for likeminded people.Date nightIn order to spoil your cat, dog or rabbit, set some playtime aside. For cats and rabbits, toys – whether homemade or newly bought – are a fantastic way to spend time together.
There are many exciting pet events taking place in the UK this year, whether you want to show off your prize pooch, raise money for pet charities, or just find out more about your four-legged friends - there's something for everyone. As we don't want you to miss out, we've selected our top five for you to pop into your diary:
1. National Pet Month1 April-5 May, throughout the UKSpread the word about responsible pet ownership and celebrate life with your pets by taking part in National Pet Month.
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