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Charity campaigns for landlords to allow cats in rental properties


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21 Nov 2018

Charity Campaigns For Landlords To Allow Cats In Rental Properties

 

Pets are rarely welcome tenants for landlords. Whatever their personal feelings towards animals, a third of landlords won’t allow furry friends - including cats - to live in their rental properties....

First aid for pets


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7 Nov 2018

First Aid For Pets 2

 

First aid is an invaluable skill that could save the life of your pet. Here are some basic procedures for common pet injuries and illnesses that could make all the difference for you and your pet.

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More than a quarter of private renters keep their pet a secret from their landlord!


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31 Jul 2017

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In recent years, the number of people living in private rented accommodation has been on the rise. This has created an unexpected number of victims: pets that buy-to-let landlords are refusing to permit into their properties.

 

A number of landlords are refusing to accept prospective tenants if they have a furry friend, meaning many tenants are finding it difficult to secure accommodation. So perhaps it is unsurprising that several tenants with pets find it easier to simply hide the fact they own a pet in order to get a property....

More than a third of kids in the UK are scared of dogs!


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29 Jul 2016

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More than a third of children in the UK are scared of dogs, a survey has revealed.

 

Dogs Trust has launched a “Managing Fear of Dogs” campaign, to provide advice on how children can feel comfortable and act safely around the popular pet....

Genes of dead Cincinnati gorilla to live on


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3 Jun 2016

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Harambe, a 17-year-old silverback gorilla, was shot dead on Saturday at Cincinnati Zoo by zookeepers who feared for the child’s safety.

 

After the incident, zoo officials said they had collected a sample of his sperm, raising hopes among distraught fans that Harambe could sire offspring even in death....