Sometimes we just cannot even express how important our pets are in our lives
There are times in our lives when our pets and our love for them goes beyond something we can even begin to imagine.
There are the pets who are the lifeline of a loved relative – there are the guide dogs, the hearing dogs for the deaf, the therapy pets, and there are our own beloved pets who were cherished by a loved one who may recently have passed away. With the intensity of lockdown and illness, our ever-present and loving pets carry all the pain we may be experiencing as they are natural empaths.
Our pets carry all the memories and all the happy and sad times associated with our loved and much missed relative. Pets left behind when our elderly parents pass away deserve to be pampered and fed and treated so we do allow them maybe that bit too much extra.
Our pets with a purpose that goes beyond love, deserve everything they get and it is too easy to reward them with those treats they love. We understand and we are here to support you as we have been there too!
We have a few interesting latest articles to share
Sleep is more important than diet and exercise combined as described in humans
The heavier your pet, the more pain it will be in
How many of you tell your pets everything?
Why do ‘those eyes’ draw us in so much?
We regard our pets in the UK as valued members of our family
We consider our pets to be our best friends
Is your pet having steroids, phenobarbitone or a prescription diet?
Our biggest concern for our pets is how to help them when we return to work and have to leave them alone again after lockdown
Researchers have warned that obesity increases the risk of dying of the virus by 37%!