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September 28, 2011 marks the fifth World Rabies Day. This annual campaign, led by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control, brings the world together to raise awareness and understanding about the importance of rabies prevention.  Read more

Good pet health care is essential to all pet owners, however, if your pet rarely gets ill or has never had an accident it might be tempting to cut out pet insurance altogether. So how important is it really to insure your pet?  Read more

From 2 April – 2 May, National Pet Month will be encouraging people to get happy and healthy spending time with their pets, with its theme of ‘Happiness is….time with your pet’..  Read more

When it comes to the health of our pets, they can’t always tell us when there’s something wrong, so we need to be as proactive as possible in keeping them happy and healthy.  Read more

Whan NOAH made the first pilot showing of the embryonic Pet Health Information website to pet care specialists, veterinary associations and companion animal charities nearly 2 years ago, we chose to do it at the Royal Society headquarters.  Read more

A hard, but inevitable part of owning pets is that you will outlive them, due to their shorter life spans. Here are my reflections following the death of my cat, Christie.  Read more

We have a new addition to the household! A black and white kitten/young cat has joined boxer dog Dylan and black cat Christie as a permanent resident.  Read more

National Pet Month, the charity of which NOAH is a trustee (along with PFMA and Pet Care Trust) is gearing up to its celebrations from 4 April – 4 May.  Read more

We’ve got a great photo of NOAH chief executive Phil Sketchley’s visit to Vets4Pets to present their cheque for winning the ‘It shouldn’t happen to a pet’ competition withtheir great tale of Spliff the Staffy  Read more

The animal welfare organisations involved in PAC are keen to see if the Fireworks Act, introduced in 2003, is being enforced and, principally, whether fireworks are causing any infringement of Section 4 of the Animal Welfare Act which makes it an offence to cause any unnecessary suffering to any domestic or captive animals.  Read more

I have to say out of all the cats I’ve had through the years Tiger has to be the most unique. He will be two years this month but still shows no signs of growing up!  Read more

To mark the launch of the Pet Health Information website (www.pethealthinfo.org.uk), a nationwide search for ‘it shouldn’t happen to a pet’ anecdotes to highlight the lack of awareness of pet health issues amongst owners has revealed some howlers.  Read more

Thinking about animal communication yesterday makes it timely to introduce the feline member of my household, Christie.  Read more