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The Pet Carers philosophy is simple - your pet is our priority
The Pet Carers philosophy is simple - your pet is our priority

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Pet Sitting Franchise Thrives

As a Pet franchise company, not only is it reassuring to hear that the pet industry is growing but also the franchise sector is on the up.

http://www.petcarers.co.uk/news/431-pet-sitting-franchise-thrives/
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Why I chose Pet Carers when searching for a Pet sitting franchise.

Although I wanted a franchise, I also wanted it to be my business with the flexibility to run it the way I wanted and it suiting the market place that we would be operating in.

http://www.petcarers.co.uk/news/432-why-i-chose-pet-carers/

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Keep Your Dog Safe!

When I recently heard the barking of an unhappy dog tied up outside my local supermarket, I thought, not only is that handsome pooch getting my attention, it’s all attracting the attention of a potential thief!!!

Read more... http://www.petcarers.co.uk/news/430-keep-your-dog-safe/
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A fabulous weekend – the weather was so gorgeous – we headed to the Beach for fun and games!!!

Do we ‘Pet Carer Franchisee’ have the BEST job in the world??? Of course we do...

http://www.petcarers.co.uk/
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We hope you enjoy our new Pet Carers website and, as always, would love to hear what you think about it... http://www.petcarers.co.uk/contact/
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Pet Carers are delighted to announce the launch of our fabulous new website; along with a new look we have included some features that we hope will make visiting our site a quicker, easier and a more interactive experience. We hope you enjoy our new Pet Carers website and, as always, would love to hear what you think about it – don’t forget you can let us know here or on Google+ or Twitter. http://www.petcarers.co.uk/
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A fabulous time had by all! Pet Carers visited the coast with our very own water baby – Holly who loves the water… and of course her ball! http://www.petcarers.co.uk/
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Hot, Hot, Hot!

The RSPCA is urging owners to take precautions during this spell of sunshine and make sure all their pets are not suffering in the heat.
Help your pets stay cool in the heat

Exercise your pet at times when it is cooler. Animals still need exercise when it’s hot, but don’t allow pets to exercise too much in hot weather.

It is best to walk dogs early in the morning or later in the evening, when it’s cooler.

The same goes for riding your horse.
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Heat-stroke

The RSPCA is urging owners to take precautions during this spell of sunshine and make sure all their pets are not suffering in the heat.
Help your pets stay cool in the heat

Be aware of the signs of heat-stroke, which can be fatal in pets and you should do everything you can to prevent it.

The Signs
Signs of heat stroke in dogs include excessive panting, heavy salivation, rapid pulse, very red gums/tongue, lethargy (lack of energy), lack of co-ordination, being unable to get up after collapsing, vomiting, diarrhoea.

If you suspect that your pet has heat-stroke
In extreme cases, loss of consciousness can occur. If you suspect that your pet has heat-stroke, it is important to lower their body temperature by moving them to to a shaded, cool area, dousing them with cold water and then contact your vet immediately for advice.
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Staying Cool...

The RSPCA is urging owners to take precautions during this spell of sunshine and make sure all their pets are not suffering in the heat.

Help your pets stay cool in the heat

Clean, fresh drinking water
A golden rule for all animals is to make sure they have a constant supply of clean, fresh drinking water. To keep cool, it’s important that they can replace any water that is lost through sweating and panting, otherwise they could become dehydrated.

Shady
It is also important to keep all pets housed out of direct sunlight and ensure they can get to a cool, shady place to escape from the sun at all times of day. This includes outdoor enclosures where small animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs, as well as birds, are kept. Many caged birds also enjoy being misted with clean fresh water – and it also helps to keep feathers in good con.

Sounds Fishy
Fish tanks should also be kept out of direct sunlight, and their water must be kept clean, well oxygenated and algae free.
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