• Finley
  • Trixie
  • Alfred
  1. Out of curiosity: What's your favourite dog breed?

    Oh, that's a tough one. I have two Cavalier King Charles, and already I love this breed, it's not my favourite. I absolutely adore Bernese Mountain dogs, but don't hav1

  2. Dog nipping

    Dogs that bite are often overly excited and don’t have any self control. I don’t want to sound condescending or anything, but are you sure your dog is getting enough e1

  3. My cat spills water and plays at dipping its paws in it, how can I prevent it?

    Personally I use ceramic bowls with a flat bottom and otherwise my cat drinks a lot from the dog's bowl which is fixed on an over-raised table (its more difficult for my cat t1

  4. What’s the first thing you guys will be doing with your pets once lockdown finally ends??

    Go visit my mum...neither of us have seen her since March 2020 to keep her safe and she’s quite possibly my dog’s favourite person...and mine too obviously!

  5. What type of water for a dog?

    For me it depends, sometimes I give my dogs water from the sink, sometimes mineral water. I don’t know why, but I like to share my water with them lol.

  6. Introducing a dog to my cat

    Hi mathildadawson,  I have two dogs and a cat and they are the bestest of friends. But trust me, it wasn't easy at first. We got Finley when he was a pup and he would al1

  7. Looking for a pet sitter

    Hello Harry,  I totally understand your concern, I was the same when I had to go away for a week and decided to leave my babies with a pet sitter. But it turned out fine, th1

  8. Fostering

    Hello, In essence I think this is a good idea, but I'm not sure any shelter would be willing to let you take in a rescue cat or kitten when you have a dog that you're not1

  9. Just wondering: What's your favourite cat breed?

    Oh that's a good question, I don't really have a favourite cat breed. My cat is a moggy, but he's beautiful!  I think the Sphynx is a really interesting breed an1

  10. How do I get my dog to cooperate when brushing her teeth?

    Have you tried teaching your dog the “leave it” command? It can be really useful for bite inhibition. You can start training with treats and then move on to objects an1