Vet charity PDSA is urging owners to take preventive action – especially those who took on a pet during the pandemic – in a bid to reduce the extreme distress and suffering that fireworks can cause.
In Road Safety Week (15-21 November 2021) PDSA, a national vet charity is urging pet owners to be aware of the dangers that roads and traffic can pose.
Our pets’ enhanced senses mean they can find the loud noises and bright flashes from fireworks overwhelming, which can lead to severe anxiety and trauma.
The charity PDSA has produced a handy guide for what dog owning gardeners need to be aware of when it comes to some of the harms that there may be in the garden.
Thousands of pet owners give their dogs chocolate. Often dogs discover chocolate hidden away or not put away carefully enough.
The PDSA (People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals) that does so much to support how we care for our pets have some easy steps on simple training techniques to teach your dog ‘to give paw.’
Military working dog Kuno has been awarded the equivalent of the Victoria Cross for his bravery in service.
The PDSA has some excellent ideas that you can get started on making now for the perfect gift for your pet.
In The Orkney News we like to feature recipes but here is one with a difference. Courtesy of the PDSA this recipe is for our pet dogs.
Rabbits are social animals. They need attention, a hutch, food and vet fees will need paid.