This March, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Mind Matters Initiative (MMI) is offering veterinary professionals the opportunity to become Mental Health First Aiders by providing in-person training in Nottingham.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
The bond between pet owners and their pets has always been special, and in recent times, this connection has manifested in new, heartwarming ways.
- Family & Relationship
As Valentine’s Day approaches, the affection between UK pet owners and their beloved companions is undeniable, as revealed by the latest survey from Jollyes.
Siamese Fighting Fish, or Betta Fish, is among the most captivating and popular aquarium species.
The findings come at a time when dog attacks are at an all-time high, having risen more than a third in the last five years.
Including our beloved dogs at weddings is not a new trend, but is certainly one that continues to gain in popularity within the wedding planning community.
With the darker evenings and colder weather creeping in, everywhere is starting to feel a little bit autumnal.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
A study recently conducted in Ireland is shedding new light on the significant benefits of utilising autism assistance canines in educational settings.
Cats, with their capricious nature and independent demeanour, have long held a treasured place in our hearts and homes.
Veterinary medicine is a gratifying career that gives you the opportunity to improve the lives of animals and their loved ones.
- Health & Wellness
With temperatures set to rise to 40 degrees, many will start to take their furry friends out more than ever to explore and exercise their legs.
A new study conducted in Spain has revealed that wolves, the closest wild relatives of domestic dogs, possess the ability to discriminate between familiar and unfamiliar human voices.
The theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week (15th–21st of May), centres around anxiety and the effects it has on our day-to-day lives.
Dementia is not exclusive to humans; our furry companions, particularly dogs, can also suffer from this debilitating condition.
Your lovable pet dog or cat may lead to you having more restless nights than those graced with long periods of peaceful sleep.