A new study from Confused.com analysed the UK's most populated cities to find the safest and most dangerous areas to live in the UK. The price comparison site also ran a consumer survey to 2,000 UK homeowners and renters to gauge how Brits view home safety. As part of this, 1 in 5 Brits admitted to owning a dog to protect their home from potential burglaries.
According to Peta, at any given time, there are an estimated 100,000 dogs (and countless cats) without homes in the UK. When people buy dogs on a whim or give them as gifts, they sometimes don’t consider the lifelong commitment that is involved. Not only this, but they also don’t realise how much time, money and patience it takes to look after a pet.
Leading Leicestershire pet business, Vale Pet Foods, has launched a number of new dog food products, including dry and raw food and a selection of treats.
With the temperature dropping, many of us have the health, safety, and warmth of our pets at the forefront of our minds. But what lengths do you go to, to keep your beloved animals cosy?
New research from the Kennel Club shows a quarter of new owners admit buying a puppy during the coronavirus pandemic with little research