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Can you afford a pet?
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Can you afford a pet?
Perhaps due to an increase in time spent at home, or the desire for company, it is claimed (by Direct Line) that 5.7 million new pets were bought between the beginning of lockdown in March and the start of September.&nbs…
March 1, 2021 • 18 shares
Money-saving ideas for rabbit owners
Rabbits
Money-saving ideas for rabbit owners
Rabbits aren’t the “cheap and cheerful” pet some expect - and the bills can really mount up! However, our vet blogger Laura has uncovered some tips and tricks to help keep the costs down, while still giving your rabbit t…
February 26, 2021 • 153 shares
How much insurance cover do I need for my dog?
Dogs
How much insurance cover do I need for my dog?
Veterinary bills can range widely from hundreds to thousands of pounds and this can be a worrying prospect for many owners. Pet insurance is a safety net, helping cover unexpected veterinary treatment costs when pets are…
February 17, 2021 • 9 shares
5 Thrifty Tips for Caring for your Cat
Cats
5 Thrifty Tips for Caring for your Cat
So, you have found that perfect cat or maybe they have found you. The commitment to bring one or perhaps even multiple cats into your life can seem as simple as pick, name and feed. However, the financial burden of carin…
February 13, 2021 • 431 shares
What Dogs Are Cheapest to Insure?
Dogs
What Dogs Are Cheapest to Insure?
After the excesses of Christmas, January is always a time for penny pinching, and this year especially so! It is also the time when a lot of new dog owners are looking for insurance for their pup, so we thought it might…
January 11, 2021
Why does my vet always want to do expensive tests?
Life and Death
Why does my vet always want to do expensive tests?
Have you ever wondered about the differences between human and veterinary medicine? A GP or pre-operative consultation will usually involve questions about your symptoms rather than a ‘nose to tail’ examination. Human me…
December 6, 2020 • 633 shares
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