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Fact or fiction? Dog myths dispelled!

1. Dogs can only see in black and white Although they can’t see the world in full technicolour like we can, dogs can see some colours. Their eyes detect fewer colours than ours, so their perception is similar to humans with colour blindness. They can tell the difference between blue and yellow, but see green and red as shades ...Full Article

How to keep cats cool in the summer heat

Pale-coloured cats are vulnerable to sun burn; particularly on their ears, noses and sparsely haired areas. Sun damage can lead to skin cancer which may require extensive surgery, even ...Full Article

Choosing a chinchilla as a pet

Before choosing a chinchilla as a pet, you need to consider that they can live for up to 15 years. They are lively animals and mostly nocturnal so they ...Full Article

Home comforts for your rabbit

Outdoor rabbits need plenty of room with a hutch large enough to be able to stand on their hind legs, have the opportunity to stretch out, and hop around. ...Full Article

Pets and humans: what illnesses could you pick up?

Owning a pet is one of life’s pleasures and, unlike some of them, pets are positively good for children and adults alike. Pet owners have a reduced risk of ...Full Article

Heatstroke: first aid for dogs

If you see a dog in a hot car displaying any signs of heatstroke, phone the police immediately as the dog could soon lose consciousness and experience internal organ ...Full Article

Handle with care but ferrets make lovely pets

Cats and dogs are obviously very popular pets but so are ferrets and increasingly so in Spain They make for lively, curious and fun-loving companions but there are lots ...Full Article

Is your garden pet friendly?

Pets can be a challenge for keen gardeners but there are great opportunities to watch your cat climbing or your dog searching for hidden treats with no dug-up flowerbeds. ...Full Article

Dog chewing and how to control it

Adolescent chewing (or exploratory chewing as it is also known) commonly occurs in dogs between puppyhood and adulthood at seven to 12 months of age, and can last for ...Full Article

How to house train an adult dog

Although it is quite easy to house-train a puppy, things can and do go wrong with this process if it isn’t done correctly. Not everyone tries to house-train their ...Full Article
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