Cat litter disposal is one of the not-so-pleasant aspects of owning a cat, but it’s an important one. Not only is cat waste messy and smelly, it can cause health issues too so finding the best way to dispose of cat litter is important for your own health, and also the environment.
Here we look at the best ways to dispose of cat litter, and also how not to get rid of it. Continue reading
Getting rid of your cat’s waste every day can become a chore, and although it might seem like a convenient way to get rid of cat litter, you should not flush it down the toilet. This can cause blockages in your plumbing, damage your septic system and can even cause disease in humans and aquatic life.
However, with several cat litters being advertised as being safe to flush down a toilet, why is this a bad idea? There are several main reasons for this.
As we’ve just returned from our two-month road trip, a welcoming escape from lockdown and taking advantage of safely following government guidelines, it got me thinking just how dog friendly each country was when we visited. If, like us, your dog is a core member of your family, you might be considering taking them on holiday. If you’re happy to take the extra baggage and make the extra payments, taking your dog along with you makes the adventure all the more fun. Believe us. Continue reading
Last updated: October 12th, 2020
Everyone knows that cats like to sleep (find out more in our blog post about why cats like to sleep). In fact, they spend an average of 16 hours a day sleeping so if anyone needs a good bed, it is our furry feline friends. However finding a cat bed that they like is easier said than done! There are so many different cat beds available to buy, with a wide range of styles, sizes and prices. Although cats seem quite happy to sleep anywhere, they will always appreciate having a comfortable cat bed they can call their own, so it’s well worth spending some time trying to find the right bed.
To help you in this search for the purr-fect bed for your pet, we have put together this review of the best cat beds available to buy online in the UK at suppliers such as Amazon, Pets at Home and zooplus. Even the most fussy cat will find it hard to resist one of the fantastic cat beds that we have found – check them out, and see what you think! Continue reading
and how you can bring the fever down.
We recently had an emergency trip to the vet with Rio and although all was well in the end, the process was nothing short of scary. There’s one thing knowing something is wrong with your dog, but it’s worse knowing something is wrong, but not knowing what. As our pets can’t tell us what’s wrong or where hurts, seeing them so subdued is a pet owners nightmare. Had we have known the signs and symptoms of fever, how to treat them and what might have caused it, we would have been able to treat Rio much quicker, without the lengthy uncertainty. Continue reading
Last updated: August 31st, 2020
Let’s face it, what better accounts to follow on social media than the wholesome daily uploads from Instagram dogs? Personally, I’ve grown tired of being force-fed advert after advert on social media, whether that’s from an Instagram Influencer or last year’s reality show star. I grew tired of seeing the same over-exposed young woman standing in front of the same cafe across London or the same monument in the next big hyped travel destination. It all felt like a drag. Continue reading
Last updated: August 17th, 2020
Let’s face it, dogs are expensive. They come with expenses just like having a child but the good news is, they might not be costing as much as the internet likes to tell you they do. Continue reading
Last updated: August 25th, 2020
If you’re considering getting a dog and, like many people these days, you live in an apartment, you’re probably wondering how on earth you’re going to train a puppy. For people with birds, fish and guinea pigs, living in an apartment is absolutely perfect, but for those with a dog, it does pose a problem or two. But, the good news is, don’t rule it out yet, because it’s absolutely possible to have a dog comfortably living in an apartment, you just have to train them right. Continue reading
Dear reader of my diary,
Day 1,068 and finally the humans have caved into my demands and listened to my prayers. The humans, my world, have finally stayed at home and stopped going out for unnecessary trips without me. You’re probably wondering who I am and what I’m all about and why I’m on PetMoneySaver.co.uk, the pet price comparison site so get yourself comfy while I find somebody with opposable thumbs to write about me and my experience. Continue reading
Article by Lauren Bate (diaryofaspanglishgirl.com)
After the summer sun has fizzled away, the leaves start to fall off the trees and the autumnal wind settles in, most dog owners and their dog’s find that this time of year is the perfect time for adventures, long walks and more quality time to enjoy together. Let’s face it, the long summer days might be perfect for a beach day or two, but when it all comes down to it, most dogs hate being too hot. Whereas Autumn, autumn weather is a dream.
When it comes to Autumn, lots of us have tons of ideas of what we want to do, but what about extending some of that fun to the dogs in our lives? A Dog’s Autumn Bucket List could be the answer to ticking off all the fun activities that you can do together before the winter nights draw in and we find ourselves cuddling our dogs on the sofa watching Netflix with a cup of hot chocolate every night. Continue reading