“THINK before leaving them in a car on a sunny day, even with a bit of air – a bit of air sometimes isn’t enough.”
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.
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.
Thousands of pet owners give their dogs chocolate. Often dogs discover chocolate hidden away or not put away carefully enough.
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.
People keen to have a dachshund as a pet dog after seeing one take the top spot at Crufts on 8th of March, are being advised of the serious health problems this breed can suffer from.
Bobby, a Border Collie from Sheddocksley in Aberdeen, ended up missing for over 24 hours after being spooked by fireworks when out walking.
Latest findings from leading vet charity PDSA reveal a record decline in the number of young pets receiving their vaccinations