Summertime is officially here, so for both you and your dog, it’s time to get outside and enjoy some quality time together in the sunshine. However, with the rising temperatures and extra time outside, there are a few things to be aware of to ensure that you and your pet have a fun, and ultimately safe, summer time.
As with many commonly accepted theories that turn out to be false, there is some grain of truth to these ‘facts’ but a lot of this information is not without its inaccuracies. If we want to give our cats the best chance at a healthy and happy lifestyle, then it’s important that we have all the facts available to us. With the help of Nick Jones, Pet Behaviourist and Brian Faulkner, Veterinary Expert, Petplan investigates some of the most common cat facts and myths, helping us find out the truth and get some advice from the experts.
We all want to give the best care and attention to our canine companions, and therefore wouldn’t hesitate to try and find out the reason for certain behaviours. Every dog is different, but over the years of dog ownership certain theories have emerged which are often accepted as fact, without being examined further. So what is true and what is just a common dog myth?
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