Welcome to the podcast series from petplace. In each episode we will hear from experts and owners as we share advice, inspiration, life hacks and tips to help fellow pet parents.
Our team will help you and your pet understand one another better, and we will share signs you should look for when it comes to caring for your pet. Plus we’ll show how to get the most out of the great outdoors with your pet!
In this episode our guests from across the region offer practical advice, sharing the tools you need to enjoy adventures with our pets in North Wales! We reveal some great places to take your dog and discuss ways to be prepared on a trip into the great outdoors. You’ll also hear experts share their thoughts on etiquette for dog owners, crates, beds, parasites, sunburn and much more!
In this episode our special guests Sarah Holmes (Mochdre Vets), Jim Jones (Go North Wales), and our very own Laura Jones (petplace) join Jo Lloyd to discuss the highs and potential lows of going on holidays with your pets. We share some great advice on pet safety when traveling, what to pack and what to be aware of. You’ll also hear our experts share their thoughts on booster seats, kennel cough, poo bags, and much more!
In this episode we’re talking about getting back on track – We’re coming out of a long period of lockdown and it’s time to help get your dog comfortable around other people and their pets.
Many young pups haven’t known a life without social distancing, and lots of them need to get used to having their pet parents around less often. As things start to change we get advice on spotting the signs of pet anxiety, and we look at ways to help our dogs deal with these seismic shifts in their lives.
In this episode our guests from leading equine brands Perry Equestrian and Baileys Horse Feeds are joined by our own equine specialist to talk about getting ready for Winter.
The key is very much to start early and we will be discussing how to check off those key issues prior to Winter arriving and sharing with you some of our thoughts and top tips on keeping your horse, stable and yard, happy, healthy and in the best condition it can be in to comfortably see through the Winter season.