Sit, stay and fetch… Those are just for dogs, right? No - contrary to popular belief, our feline friends can master these tricks too. You can teach your cat these tricks, both old and young. But, unlike dogs, cats aren’t likely to be motivated by praise and require patience, practice and a lot of rewards
Keeping an eye on your bunny's weight will make sure he doesn't pile on the pounds or become too thin – both can be a sign of health problems as well as dietary issues. Petplan takes a look into maintaining a healthy weight for your rabbit, and how to tell if your bunny is overweight or underweight.
A common myth that we’ve all heard is that cats have nine lives. But where does this fiction of feline immortality actually come from? And why is it the number nine? Petplan unravels the myth of a cat’s nine lives, exploring how the phrase came about and giving you the real facts behind it!
It's hard to resist those big brown eyes staring up at you, but can a little reward from the table really be that bad for your dog? Well, that depends on what it is and what's in it. Some foods are just incredibly bad for our furry friends and can lead to all sorts of health problems. Being a good parent for your fur baby is knowing when to say, 'No'.
During winter, temperature drops, weather worsens and keeping warm becomes top of our agenda. Hot chocolate, blankets, getting warm by the fire – you name it, we’ll do anything to keep toasty during the chilly months! However, how do you keep your pets warm in the winter? Despite their fur coats which act as a layer of warmth and protection, all pets can suffer from the cold. From hypothermia to frostbite, your pets are at risk during the winter. Petplan looks at ways to keep your dogs, cats and rabbits warm in the cold weather and why it’s so important…
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