Dog Breeding Regulations and Lucy’s Law On 1st October 2018, new regulations came into effect concerning pet animals in England. These include; dog breeding, dog and cat boarding, selling animals as pets and keeping or training animals for exhibition. The
Rabbits as Pets Rabbits can make a nice alternative to a dog or cat – they are usually not aggressive, do not have to be walked and may learn to use a litter tray. Their average lifespan is 6-10 years.
Selecting Your Guinea Pig Although guinea pigs may easily be obtained from pet shops there are also many available from rescue shelters. Rescue guinea pigs are often already bonded with a companion and already being mature their future temperament is
Choosing a Ferret Ferrets come in several different colour schemes: the polecat ferret is the most popular. polecat ferrets have a buff coloured coat with black markings on the face, feet, and tails. Albino ferrets are white with pink eyes.
Chickens as Pets Chickens really can make wonderful pets, they are intelligent and entertaining, quick to make friends with their human carers and the vast majority of hens are very gentle. Not only do they make rewarding companions but they
There are 5 species of hamster that are kept as pets – Syrian, Chinese, and three Dwarf Russians: Winter White, Campbell’s and Roborovski. All five have slightly varying care requirements. Most species are available in at least a few different
Mice are kept for many reasons, from being children’s pets to prize show animals. They may not seem to be ideal pets but are easy to keep in captivity and many people find them enjoyable to have around. Most captive