When to Put Your Dog Down

It can be one of the most difficult things to determine when to put your dog down as a dog owner. You build such a strong relationship with your furry friend that you can never think of yourself separating from him. But, as an owner, you have an obligation to always do the right thing … Continued

The Stages of Grief after Losing a Pet

Pets hold a special place in our lives and in our houses. They are no less than a family member. If you have ever had a pet, you understand how close to the heart, pets can be. The mere thought of losing a pet is disheartening. But, life is a cycle and sooner or later … Continued

Pets Grieve Too

When a pet passes, it can be heartbreaking, but not just for the owner. If you have more than one pet, the loss of one can really affect the other – especially if they are brother sister, lovers or close friends. Pets that live together, especially if it’s for most of their lives, become extremely … Continued

5 Tips to Stop your Cat from Demand-Meowing

There comes a point when you might realise your cat is meowing for a little more than just a chat… It’s hard to know though, what your cat is ever really meowing for. But you will definitely recognise when they are meowing for food.   Signs your Cat is Meowing for Food:  When they meow, … Continued

5 Tips to Deal with Loss

Losing a pet is just like bidding goodbye to your family member which fills your heart with sorrow and grief. If you are someone trying to deal with the heartbreak of losing a pet, here are a few tips that can help you deal with the loss. 1. Try to Switch Your Mind to Other … Continued

4 Ways to Keep your Dog Healthy

It’s extremely important to keep your dog/s healthy and happy throughout their life. Many people don’t actively take action towards their pets’ health, but there are certain things that you need to ensure you’re doing for your dog to keep their health maintained. This article will outline a few steps you can take towards your … Continued

When Should You Get Another Dog After Your Dog Dies?

Losing your companion is never easy. We are often filled with feelings of grief, irritation, and loneliness after the loss of a pet. These kinds of feelings may affect our decision-making power. Some dog owners struggle with the thought of getting another dog after their dog dies. The question is, how long should one wait … Continued

How to Welcome a New Kitten/Cat into Your Home

Cats are extremely territorial animals so change can be quite disturbing for them; both change in territory and in owner. If you’re getting a kitten, the experience of leaving their mum will be very scary and overwhelming. Similarly, changing a cats’ home can be as equally as scary. So, to ensure the transition is as … Continued

How to Explain Pet Cremation to Your Children

Pet Cremation can be a difficult thing for any of us to wrap our heads around, however, this is especially true for children. Cremating a pet is a difficult experience and can put strain on your family. Therefore, it’s important to know how to deal with it before it presents itself, especially for your children’ … Continued

How to Avoid Dental Disease in Dogs

Dental Disease is becoming increasingly prevalent in dogs which can lead to a variety of issues. Most predominantly though, dental disease can affect the overall health of a dog. Due to dogs’ mouths being far more alkaline than ours, they’re able to form much more plaque than we do. Bacteria lives in Plaque which can … Continued

How to Help Your Child Cope with Losing a Pet

No matter how old you are, losing a pet can be a huge shock; pet funerals are an overwhelming realisation that make your stomach sink and your heart hurt. While we all grieve loss in different ways, children in particular can really struggle. They’re not yet equipped with the emotional intelligence to process loss maturely. Therefore, it’s … Continued

5 Tips to keep your Dog Healthy and Living for Longer

While we all want our pets to live longer, we can sometimes disregard the things that help them to do so. As owners, we have a responsibility to ensure our pets maintain a healthy weight and exercise regularly. There are simple steps you can take to increase your pets’ lifespan and avoid pet cremation for … Continued

Distracting yourself after cremating your pet

The bereavement process starts even before you lose your companion, because you know what’s coming. After cremating your pet the sense of loss and all the overwhelming emotions that come with it will hit you HARD. Of course you can wallow, but only to a point. And that’s why we made this list of things … Continued