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The myths of dog treats

March 27, 2014 by  
Filed under Pets

Anyone who has ever tried to train a dog will know that it is by no means an easy task. They will also know how much simpler it can become if you have a good supply of dog treats to reward your pet with when they perform the actions you command. However, many of what […]

Tips on Soothing Your Cat’s Sensitive Stomach

March 13, 2014 by  
Filed under Animals

Cats have rather sensitive stomachs at times. This can stem from simply being brought to a new home following adoption or something like a thunderstorm. There are a variety of ways to help soothe your cat’s sensitive stomach, some without having to purchase any special items. Reassurance and lots of love are two key elements […]

How to have an environmentally friendly cat

February 26, 2014 by  
Filed under Pets

http://www.nytstore.com/assets/images/epa/03239258_large.jpg On your cat’s list of priorities, leading an environmentally conscious lifestyle probably comes near the bottom, way below sleeping, eating and inexplicably following you into the bathroom at every possible opportunity. So as a responsible cat owner if you want to do your part to help the environment it’s up to you to make […]

Review of the Jackpot City Birdhouse for the home

December 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Animals, Reviews

Birds are a very important part of the environment and we should all do as much as we can to conserve them. There are over 10,000 different species of birds, but the numbers of birds in many of these species are reducing, in fact some species are in danger of extinction. If you love birds, […]

Eco-Friendly Pet Food

November 7, 2013 by  
Filed under Animals, Pets

Yarrah Organic Petfood was founded by Jan-Jaap Roelevink in Holland in 1992 with the idea of providing 100% organic premium products for dogs and cats that are balanced, tasty and healthy.

The Green Desks Initiative

TGF recently discovered the fantastic ‘Green Desks’ Initiative, which seeks to help protect one of the most bio-diverse and increasingly threatened areas on the planet namely the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve in Mexico.  The Reserve is home to over 800 species of plants, 124 species of fungi, 550 species of vertebrates and many endangered species […]

Guest Post: Greening Your Pets: Making Your Whole Family Happier

July 22, 2013 by  
Filed under Guest Posts, Pets

As we all strive for a healthier, greener lifestyle, we generally focus on ourselves, forgetting that our furry family members can also have a big environmental impact. Just as you transition to a greener lifestyle, your pets can join the adventure too. Here are a few ways in which your pets can reduce their pawprint […]

5 Excessive Ways to Spoil Your Dog

May 21, 2013 by  
Filed under Featured Posts, Pets

Now, we all love our pets very much and often tend to spoil them from time to time, whether it is sneaking them a bit of your steak dinner every now and again, letting them up on the sofa for a cuddle when they have been explicitly banned or picking up a new bone or […]

Urban Chicks – Your Guide to Keeping Chickens in the City

May 2, 2013 by  
Filed under Featured Posts, Home & Garden, Pets

There are now over half a million chicken keepers in Britain today, all offering chickens a loving home with the hope of a tasty supply of eggs in return! This trend has become more and more popular over recent years with thousands of us wanting to get in on the action whether we’re in the […]

BirdCo – our favourites

April 15, 2013 by  
Filed under Pets, Things To Do, Top Picks

I love seeing birds in the garden, although they have to be clever and fast in our garden as our rescue dogs like to chase the birds.  BirdCo have some gorgeous products to help you entice birds to visit your garden and they offer free tips as well from their very well resourced website. Chapelwood […]

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