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Lyme disease and the importance of parasite control

The weather has finally cooled down and you’re thinking to yourself, great I can stop worrying so much about protecting my pet when we go out – no more sun cream on noses, no more early morning walks before the pavements become too hot for their paws, I can finally relax. But no! Just like being a parent to a child, as a pet-parent there are always concerns about something. As autumn approaches, September brings a new wave of parasite concerns for your fur-baby; ticks and the diseases they carry, in particular Lyme disease. Read on for our top tips on Lyme disease and the importance of parasite control.

Memories shouldn’t cost the earth

At CPC, we want all pet owners to have access to a lasting memory of their pet, especially during these tough financial times. So, in recognition, we have reduced our pricing and our Treasured Paws kits are now available from as little as £15 each, as memories shouldn’t cost the earth.

Keeping your pets safe in summer

With temperatures breaking all records this July, we can expect extremely hot weather going into August, so keeping our pets safe in summer should be our top priority! Being a pet parent, it’s important to be prepared when it comes to providing the best care to your pets during these hotter months, and to know what to do should your pet get into any difficulties.

Planning a Summer Holiday with your pet

The summer holidays are so close we can almost feel the sand between our toes and smell the suncream on our noses! But what are the things you need to consider when planning a summer holiday with your pet? Read on for our top tips and tricks when it comes to holidaying with your furry (or feathered, scaled, or hooved) friend.

Loneliness – is animal companionship enough?

Loneliness is not a new thing, it is a sadness silently carried by many people, but in the last 2 years with the onset of Covid, lockdown and self-isolating requirements, more people are experiencing loneliness than ever before.

According to the British Red Cross, more than 9 million people in the UK say they often, or always feel lonely at some point in their life, and since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, feelings of loneliness have only gotten worse.

How to help your pet live their best life

Pets enrich our lives in so many ways – they are our best friends, our family members, and they’re always there to cheer us up if we’re feeling down. Read on for how to help your pet live their best life, just like they do for you!According to the British Red Cross, more than 9 million people in the UK say they often, or always feel lonely at some point in their life, and since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, feelings of loneliness have only gotten worse.

Keeping your pets safe, happy and healthy this spring

Spring is finally here, the daffodils are out, the blossom trees are blooming, and the weather is (sort of) starting to get warmer. Whilst we’d love to enjoy the change in seasons without a care in the world, Spring can actually bring a whole host of hazards to the world of our pets. Read on for our top tips on keeping your pets safe, happy and healthy this spring.According to the British Red Cross, more than 9 million people in the UK say they often, or always feel lonely at some point in their life, and since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, feelings of loneliness have only gotten worse.

How to be the best pet parent possible

Now, more than ever, we know that the companionship and joy fur babies can bring to people’s lives shouldn’t be underestimated, so how exactly can we make sure that we are the best pet parent possible?

Showing some love for our pets this Valentine’s Day

There are many types of love; platonic love, unrequited love, but maybe the best love of all, is unconditional love from our fur babies. Whether they’re old or young, still with us or have crossed the Rainbow Bridge, join us in showing some love for our pets this Valentine’s Day.
According to the British Red Cross, more than 9 million people in the UK say they often, or always feel lonely at some point in their life, and since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, feelings of loneliness have only gotten worse.

Keeping Pets Safe, Healthy and Warm This Winter

The first couple of months of the New Year can be long, dark, and dreary, so keeping yourself motivated is important. When you start to look around, there are quite a few things to do this January that will benefit you and your pets.