Results from the 2011 Petplan Pet Census were released today, and it's given us some fascinating insights into how we pet owners and our pets 'tick'. Here are some of the big figures from the census - and for more, just visit www.petplan.co.uk/petcensus* 37% of respondents have mixed up pet names with the name of their partner or children* 65% feel their pet is more reliable than their spouse
Here's a lovely story we received from a Petplan customer whose "pet family" has lived to a ripe old age - and still brings her joy I just wanted to say a big thank you to Petplan for helping my geriatric family live to a ripe old age. My "pet family" consists of a 17-year-old shorthaired tabby Pandora, the matriarch; her 16-year-old sidekick
Your new pet has arrived and is just starting to settle into its new home. And then it hits you - you're allergic to this beautiful bundle of joy. What do you do? We examine the options for people allergic to their pets. From the PetPeople magazine archive Pet allergies are, at best, a nuisance. At worst, they can cause a great deal of pain and discomfort. If you plan to get a pet, you might be frustrated to learn that some dogs can make you itch and cats make you sneeze. But can allergy sufferers live with pets?
Q: We've been advised to clean our puppy's teeth. Is it really necessary? How can we train him to tolerate it?
A: Yes - not only will it reinforce his position within the family pack (at the bottom!) but it will also improve his overall health. Allowing plaque to accumulate can lead to tooth and more general infections. But it is
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