Is PD Insurance Good for Pet Insurance?

This pup knows PD insurance is good for pet insurance

Is PD Insurance good for pet insurance? Yes! Our insurance is affordable, online, easy to use and claims are turned around lightning quick. The local team are passion pet people and they know insurance back to front, which means they’re as empathetic as they are professional. With Simplicity and Soft Landings at the heart of … Read more

Dogs in Hot Cars: Spring Heat Rising

don't leave dogs in hot cars like this

Just nipping into the store to buy milk? Or popping in to an empty cafe for a takeaway flat white? It may seem harmless leaving dogs in hot cars while running the briefest of errands like these, but is it safe? After all, how long is too long? How hot is too hot and at … Read more

Home Renovations and Pet Safety

Plan home renovations well, so protect your pet.

Home renovations can be loud, dusty, and full of strange smells. However, once they’re done and your bathroom, kitchen, etc has a ‘new look’, it can be well worth the trouble. From your cat’s or dog’s perspective, the reno process may seem much more different. One morning things are hunky-dory, the next strangers are marching … Read more

Are Essential Oils Harmful to Cats and Dogs?

Before you leave these lying around, ask yourself are essential oils harmful to cats and dogs?

Do you sometimes snooze with a few drops of Ylang Ylang oil on your pillow while sleeping with your cat or dog in your bed? If you haven’t ever asked yourself ‘are essential oils harmful to cats and dogs?’ then now’s the time to start. Your aromatherapy kit and diffusers might seem harmless. But they … Read more

Introducing Your Kitten and Cat for the First Time

Only introduce your cats in person once you’ve followed the smell & sight steps.

Kitten and cat first time introductions are crucial to get right. In other words, they form the bedrock of a feline love story (friendship or romance) or of a lifelong rivalry. And for a cat lifelong is anything from 10-15 years. That’s a potential 15 years with two cute felines turned rival gangsters living under one … Read more

COVID-19 in Animals: Pet Safety During Pandemic

COVID 19 in Animals: Pet Safety During Pandemic

COVID-19 in animals is something we’ve all heard about. As pet parents, we may be wondering if this poses a threat to our pet. Could they catch the coronavirus? And is there a vaccine for pets? After all, humans first contracted the virus from an animal (which means it can jump between species). We’re just … Read more

Found a Lost Pet In a Fire or Flood? Here’s What to Do

this dog is a lost pet in fire and flood

Sadly, it isn’t only humans who are badly affected by natural disaster like fires and floods. Animals, both domesticated and wild, often bear the brunt of nature as well. When disaster strikes, we all want to do everything we can to help. Animal shelters often get an influx of queries about what to do if … Read more

Christmas Dangers for Pets – What to Watch Out For

Christmas dangers for pets include tinsel

The tinsel is up and the tree is groaning under the weight of baubles. Your Christmas lunch menu is all planned. What could possibly go wrong? Anyone with a pet will know that brightly wrapped gifts, glittery decorations, and ALL THAT FOOD are serious temptations for furkids. While it’s mostly harmless, there are some Christmas … Read more

Kennels vs Pet Sitters: How to Find the Right Holiday Pet Care

this woman thinks kennels vs pet sitters is an easy question to answer

With the festive season fast approaching, pet parents everywhere are wondering about the best holiday care for their pet. Kennels vs pet sitters, cattery vs a neighbour visiting, small and intimate vs large and social? Or perhaps even a luxury pet hotel. As much as we’d like to take them evvvverywhere with us, sometimes we … Read more

What to Do If You Find an Injured Animal

knowing what to do if you find an injured animal is easier with this guide

If you’ve come across an injured animal, you’ll probably want to do everything you can to help it. If you’re an animal lover, your desire to help is there whether it’s a wild bird or someone’s obviously tame cat that’s in distress. What to do if you find an injured animal? This article is here … Read more