From meditation to cooking, we're all looking for new ways to give our brains a boost. Did you know that having a pet benefits your mental health? To celebrate World Mental Health Day on 10th October we're going to take a look at some of the perks of having a pet.
Pet cemeteries are not a common sight nowadays, and even human graveyards are becoming a rarity. Here in the UK, we are fast running out of space for human burials, which is why many are turning instead to cremation – for both ourselves and our companion animals. However, in the early 1900s burial was the
Guest post by Lisa Howe RVN, A1, Cert. Pet Bereavement (BC) Losing a beloved animal at any time can be traumatic and distressing, but these feelings along with helplessness and isolation can be heightened, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I am seeing an increasing number of clients struggling at this difficult time and wanted to
Photo by Leo Rivas on Unsplash Whether you’re 5 or 50, you have created a connection with your pet that’s extremely special. Suddenly your companion is gone, and that’s a lot to deal with at any age. Today we’re focussing on how children deal with the death of a pet and we’ve put together these
Singer Imelda May has toured the world, performing everywhere from Glastonbury festival to the Royal Albert Hall. Her beloved dog, Alfie, has been alongside her for these performances for over 13 years – even gaining his very own access all areas pass to many venues that had previously not allowed dogs. When Alfie passed away
As the number of infected with COVID-19 continues to rise, the RSPCA have advised pet owners to create an emergency pet care plan should the worst happen. But what exactly is an emergency pet care plan and how do you go about creating one? We’re going to go through it in this blog so that