Our vision is a world where pets are cared for in a loving home. To achieve this vision we aim to support anyone who needs help in caring for their pets. Over the years we have built up a vast amount of knowledge and experience in dealing with pets and we want to provide you with advice that will make life easy for you and your pet.
On the following pages you will find advice on everything from training tips to dealing with the sad loss of a pet. If you can’t find what you’re looking for then please contact us using our online enquiry form.
With a combined experience of over 70 years, our ‘BaTS’ are all set to offer support and guidance with any of your canine or feline queries. Our specialists; Wendy Kruger, Sue Ketland and Juliette Jones, want to share their passion and expertise in order to try to keep pets in their homes with their loving families.
We have created this service so that pet owners have someone to turn to, either when problems arise or if you just want to know more about how to keep your dog or cat mentally stimulated and, therefore, emotionally satisfied. Read more about them, and how they can help you, here.
"Field animal" pet advice:
Cold weather tips
There's a definite chill in the air, and winter is on its way - read our top tips for keeping your pets happy and healthy!
Settling in field animals
Here is some advice to help you settle in your new field animal.
Find out more about the rehoming of one of our field animals.
Ownership of a pet brings huge rewards, but also brings responsibilities. One of these responsibilities is to provide healthcare for your pet.
Vaccinations are an important part of a preventative healthcare regime for your pets.
Financial implications of owning a horse
Before rehoming a horse you should consider the financial implications.
Financial implications of owning sheep
Before rehoming sheep you should consider the financial implications.
Giving up your pet
If you feel you are no longer able to care for your pet, please read our advice.
Goats are a long term commitment as they can live up to 16 years. Are you committed?
Before rehoming a goat you should consider the financial implications.