Got a dog that barks too much? An old cat that needs pampering? Fish that keep eating their offspring? From farmyard horses to apartment Chihuahuas, animals form an important part of many lives. Learn how to look after them with the Yellow® How To guide on Pets & Animals.
For most pet owners, finding someone who is willing to look pet sit is usually preferable to sending him their dog or cat to a kennel or cattery.
Canine skin conditions can be a challenge. For the best results a comprehensive external and internal approach is recommended, including the use of homeopathics. Diet & Causes It is important that your dog has a good diet so introduce raw foods like carrots, zucchini and raw meat (beef is a good option). Chemicals in their …
Toilet training your puppy successfully is a matter of patience, the right technique and perseverance. Our tips will show you how to do it successfully.
Got a flea infestation that’s driving you nuts? Learn how you can control it without calling the pest company. Flea bomb those critters out of existence.
When you go on holiday your four-legged friend needs somewhere to stay. Use our useful tips to find a kennel or cattery where your pet will be safe and happy.
A flea infestation can be an alarming event – everywhere you turn you see bugs. Getting rid of them takes a little work, but it can be done. Find out how with this easy to follow guide.
When your pet is sick and dying, sometimes the kindest thing is to have it put to sleep. But this can be a heartbreaking decision. Find comfort with this supportive article.
Often, the reality is that many pups purchased on impulse wind up in shelters or banned to a chain in the garden because they didn’t measure up to the dream. This is written to help you consider the answers to the questions you should ask before buying that cute little puppy.
The reason for excessive barking in one word is fear, and it is frightened because it has not been socialized. It is nervous of every sound it hears and barks in a futile attempt to send the perceived threat away. The solution is socialization through obedience classes and home management.
Jumps, hurdles, long jumps, weaving poles and a three metre ‘A’ frame. No agility course would be complete without the tyre hoop, the famous tunnel and seesaw. You and your dog can have fun with agility training.