Here at Tailster, we love including our four-legged friends in the festive fun, but there are some parts of Christmas that we’re better off keeping to ourselves! Read on to find out all about toxic Christmas food for pets, as well as the safer options to fill your buddy’s Christmas plate with this year.
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“How much should I feed my cat?” is a common question for cat owners. It can seem complicated but feeding your feline companion isn’t complicated, but it is based on a few variables, including the age of your cat, whether you’re feeding wet or dry food and your cat’s activity level.
With some basic tools and DIY know-how anyone can install a catflap in a wood or UPVC door although you may need the services of a glazier for glass doors.
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At tailster, we always recommend arranging a meet and greet with your potential dog walker – we list a range of things you can ask and other helpful tips to get the most of that meet and greet with a new dog walker.
Some dogs are more than happy to sit alone and occupy themselves for hours on end, whilst others will quickly jump up and make it known that they’re wanting a little something more.
We’re providing a few tips that’ll make your pet hair removal seem like a walk in the park. So, grab a seat because these hacks are about to change your life.
Dogs love having their ears scratched – we understand the science behind why they love it so much!
Whilst there’s a lot of advice out there about caring for dogs in the heat, there isn’t all that much about cats and their needs. So, here’s all you need to know about caring for you cat in the summer…
Summer heat can really affect a cat. It’s not uncommon for them to change their behaviour almost entirely during the warmer months. However, this is completely normal, and shouldn’t be a cause for concern. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure that your kitty is comfortable throughout the hot season.
How to take care of your dogs paws? Here are some tips and advice on how to look after your dogs paws.