Maine Coon cats are known for their handsome looks and are often referred to as the 'dog of the cat world' due to their loyalty, making them a family favourite. But what are the key breed features you need to be aware of before adopting a Maine Coon cat?
Could your pet be our February #PetoftheMonth like Lincoln last month? Post your photos of your pet on our wall or the post below with why they should be this month's star by 11:59 on 27/02 and we'll choose our favourite to win a £50 Pets at Home voucher! Good luck! T&C's: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#didyouknow Sir Isaac Newton not only discovered gravity, but is also credited with inventing the cat flap after being annoyed with his cats continually opening the door whilst he was experimenting with light!
A kitten is an exciting addition to the family, however there is always the risk of furniture damage as they explore their new home! A scratching post can be a great tool to introduce to help combat this & we've put together our top tips on how to do so below.
As the UK’s No.1 pet insurance provider, Petplan are helping to gather data on the most popular dog breeds in Britain for a new ITV programme to be shown later this year. Get involved and complete the short survey! Plus if you have an extraordinary story - you and your dog could also take part in the programme!
Today is your last chance to enter our #PetplanValentine competition to win a photoshoot for you and your pet with prints worth up to £200! To enter post a photo below of you & your pet valentine before 23.59 on the 14/2 and we'll pick our favourite to win! Good luck! Terms & conditions: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The most noticeable features of this breed are their unusual curly coats and large ears! A fan of the West Country, this breed keeps its kitten-like tendancies throughout its life meaning they are loveable, people-pleasing pets! Can you #GuessTheBreed?
Chilly days can be hard on senior pets’ joints, as arthritis can be aggravated by the cold. Help prevent pets’ discomfort by keeping your dog warm with a thermal coat, or using a microwaveable heat pad for cats and rabbits.
Calling all pet lovers! Petplan behaviourist Inga will be answering your pet related questions for FREE from 12-2pm TODAY, so come back prepared then. Tag a friend in this post or share it with them if you think they'd like to join too!