Fur-ry congratulations to 9 Lives Orphanage Kitten & Cat Charity!

November 5th, 2020
  Petplan invited nominations of local cat & dog charities and shelters that are working hard to protect vulnerable animals which often goes unrecognised. The top five nominated Charity/Shelters would each recei

Did you know? October is Black Cat Awareness Month

October 28th, 2020
Over the years black cats have become a symbol of bad luck, especially for those who are superstitious. It is believed that superstition began around the Middle Ages in Europe and spread to America. People started to see

What Are Some Common Dog Illnesses and When To Call a Vet?

July 21st, 2020
Nothing causes pet parents to panic like a sick dog, especially when you aren’t completely sure what’s wrong. We all know how dogs are – they like to take chances, dive headfirst into trash cans or roll into an

Dangers of Easter Time

April 8th, 2020
With Easter around the corner, chocolate is everywhere in the office at Petplan HQ. We can’t get enough of it! However, we are always mindful that chocolate isn’t so tasty for our canine and feline friends. Many pet

3 Reasons your Cat’s in a Mood

March 18th, 2020
Cats can be very temperamental at times. But often there is a reason. If you notice a change in your cat’s mood, try to determine why and switch things up to improve their happiness. Your Cat is Bored! Cats, particular

Angle Load Horse Float vs Straight Load Horse Float

March 15th, 2020
Buying a horse trailer is one of the toughest choices for any horse owner. With all the different options and combinations available, it is no wonder the decision can be pondered upon for many weeks. One of the greatest

Is your dog eating too quickly?

March 12th, 2020
Some dogs are notoriously fast eaters, barely having time to breathe as they scoff down their meals. This can make mealtime even harder if there are multiple dogs that eat at a different pace, allowing for competition co

7 Signs You’ve Found the Perfect Dog Name

March 9th, 2020
Picking the best name for your new pooch is a stressful challenge to take on for new pet owners and experienced ones alike. Unlike human children, you don’t run the risk of them being bullied for their names (as far as