After the holidays, it’s normal to feel a little overweight and out of shape. This is also true for the canines that have spent the holidays with us. If during these family dinners, you have allowed the spirit of the holiday season get the better of you, and gave an extra snack or a treat to Fido as well, it is now best to take a step back and try to get him back in line. You don’t want him to become too chubby, do you?!
The Chinese New Year is typically in the months of January or February. As you are sure to know, the sign of the Chinese zodiac changes from year to year. Each sign is represented by a different animal. Hear ye, hear ye, 2018 will be the year of the Dog!
Time flies and before we knew it, it was time to sum up this fantastic 2017! This month, our “The Best of Instagram” column just had to include an album with a selection of the best photos of our furry friends sent in by you over the last twelve months.
Pets, whether they are cats or dogs, have an aversion to firecrackers and firework displays. Seeing as we are nearing the end of the year, we need to pay plenty of attention to our furry buddies – they could have a bad reaction to all the hoopla. Here’s why they are so afraid of fireworks.
2017 is coming to an end and once again it’s time for holiday cheer! It has been a year rich with novelties and adventures for all of us here at Ferplast, and there is no better moment than this to stop and reflect on all the wonderful things that have happened over the past 12 months.