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Archive for the ‘Pets’ Category

Owning a dog can make you more attractive!


Having a dog could increase your chances of finding a love match, according to research conducted by Dogs Trust.

How my pets keep me single…


Read about their plans to keep me at home all to themselves…

Losing a loved one – when it’s your pet


When a person you love dies, it’s natural to feel sorrow, express grief, and expect friends and family to provide understanding and comfort.

The psychological benefits of having a pet


Animals are widely known for their mental healing abilities, especially relieving stress. Wetnose Animal Aid (non-profit organisation) talks about the different benefits pets give us psychologically and why it is important to give them support in return.

Men would chose a new partner over their pet


A new survey looking at the relationships of pet owners has found that men can behave towards pets like they behave towards women, committing emotionally much more quickly than women do, but more likely to trade them in favour of a new model.

Worcestershire top county for pampered pooches


If you ever fancy a long weekend break in some of the finest countryside and want to take your dog along with you, look no further than Worcestershire – one of the top dog friendly counties in the UK.

Wetnose Burgess Animal Aid Awards 4th March 2011 London


The Wetnose Burgess Animal Aid Awards proved to be a parade of some of the UK’s beloved TV faces as well as a ceremony recognising the amazing work done by animal rescue centres and the working dogs that protect the people and ports of this country.

Dog foster carers still needed to help families flee Domestic Violence


Domestic violence (DV) affects one in four women at some time in their life and research shows there are definite links between the abuse of adults, children and animals.

Often a pet is the only source of affection for a victim of DV, yet refuges and temporary accommodation facilities frequently cannot allow pets.

Read on to see how you could help…

Pets or Pawns


Do you use your dog to control your partner?

Dog training expert, Debbie Connolly, gives her advice on why your pets should never be used as a pawn in your relationships.