Trick or Treat?


Should you dress up your pet?

Dressing up your pet for Halloween can seem funny, but is it kind? Here’s 3 questions to check in with whenever you put clothes on your cat or dog.

1. Can they move properly?

2. Can they still communicate? Dogs need at least ears, eyes and tails in view and free to move to ‘talk’ to other dogs.

3. Is your pet stressed? Signs of stress in cats include grooming themselves and making more noise than usual. Signs in dogs include licking their lips, yawning or panting.


Most pets will not enjoy being dressed up, so this Halloween keep the costumes on you!


dog and owner on sofa

Pet Health series

We are launching a new Pet Health series, covering all the useful things to know for keeping your pet cats and dogs healthy and happy. 

Pet health, Welfare

Chocolate sweets

Chocolate and pets

Chocolate is very toxic to both cats and dogs – find out why and what symptoms to watch for.


Labrador dog underneath a Christmas tree

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