Pet industry defies general economic hardship, report suggests. In other words we are not spending less on our furbabies! A national survey of pet owners found that 75% haven't reduced spending on their pets
Ok, so yesterday the prettiest Lisa from Lisa Runs for Cupcakes (don’t you just love her already?! – my kind of girl) posted an article on running with dogs this summer on my facebook page. It reminded me that way back in the beginning days of RwS that I had done a similar post.
It is imperative to keep in mind that most pet care health insurances available in the market do not pay for routine check ups like worming, flea control nor is it likely to cover the pre-existing medical conditions that your pet has ...
Given the importance of pets in many peoples’ lives, perhaps GPs should ask their patients if they have companion animals, and how they might be able to help improve their humans’ physical and mental health.
For pet owners, there are few things more exciting than bringing home a new companion. And while it’s fun to play with that new furry friend during those first months together, there’s also some business to take care of.
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