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Protect Your Pet During Cold Weather

How to Keep Your Pet Safe During Cold Weather

Keeping Your Pet Safe During Cold Weather A temperatures plummet during the winter, here at Petmania we want to help you to keep your pet safe from the elements. Despite their furry exterior, just like us humans, our pets can really feel the cold so it's really important that we protect them during cold, frosty and snowy weather. Using our top-tips, you can make sure that your family pet is safe during colder weather:Move your pet (dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pigs...

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F-F-F-Freezing Furry Friends

Nov 14, 2019  F-F-F-Freezing Furry Friends Top-five tips for helping your animal this winter.It’s officially winter. As the evenings get darker and we notice the mornings are much more cold, it is not just us humans that are affected but also our four-legged friends. Irish pet retailer, Petmania are highlighting the importance of helping your animal to adapt to colder conditions. To manage this, Petmania have compiled their top-five tips to minimise the impact on pets through the ever-changing temperatures of winter....

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Annual Garden Bird Survey

Nov 28, 2018  Bird Watch Ireland Need Your Help! Bird Watch Ireland are looking for your help to track the patterns and population of your garden birds this winter. The Annual Garden Bird Survey starts this weekend and will run through to the end of February.Bird Watch Ireland say: "the Garden Bird Survey (GBS) helps us to keep track of the fortunes of Ireland’s garden birds for the last 30 years. As the Irish countryside changes, gardens are becoming increasingly important havens for many...

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Appeal to Help Save Garden Birds

Jan 28, 2013  (Garden) Birds struck by killer starving disease by Stephen Maguire, Irish Independent, Saturday 26th January 2013.Thousands of Ireland's favourite garden birds have been struck down with a killer disease which starves them to death.Trichomaniasis causes growths in bird's mouths and stops them from eating and drinking.Thousands of birds, including greenfinches, chaffinches, house sparrows and doves, have been wiped out. There is no cure available for wild birds that have been infected .The worst-affected areas so far are Dublin, Kildare,...

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