We've all seen those cute videos of toddlers and pets on the internet, watching as they play together and display genuine affection for one another. Their shared joy found in simple activities such as rolling around the floor can be a sight to behold. However, did you know that their connection goes beyond these viral moments and pets and toddlers have an incredible rate of attachment?
'Tis the season, and Christmas is well and truly here. You've no doubt already decorated your house to your exact specifications, but have you thought about your pets? Whilst everyone loves setting up the house with tinsel and candles, it's easy to get carried away and forget that there are a few things in your home that may not be perfect for your pets. Petplan takes a look at how to have a pet safe Christmas in your home this year.
Christmas is a fun-filled time of year. With all the food, festivities and decorations it's easy to see why we get so excited about it - and you should be able to include your four-legged friends in the festive fun. Petplan explores how we can safely involve our pets in our Christmas celebrations.
Rabbits are one of the nation’s most beloved pets, their sociable nature and undeniable cuteness makes them a perfect addition to a household. Generally, they enjoy interaction and are extremely rewarding for their owners, yet much like human’s, pets have their own unique personalities. We have broken down some of the key behaviours that tell you what your rabbit is trying to say.
As winter draws closer, we spend a lot more time indoors with the central heating on, safe from the wind and rain. But how do outdoor pets like rabbits cope when it’s cold outside? Petplan takes a look at how you can ensure your rabbit is prepared for winter.
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