Ideas for Pets & Pet Owners
While we are all spending more time at home with our pets, let's keep them active and engaged through games. Bonus - games can also brighten your mood. If you have children at home, help strengthen the bond they share with pets and give them a sense of purpose in these uncertain times by involving them in your pet’s care. New puppy owners can find tips to get through socialisation and training throughout lockdown, and we also help you learn how to tell if your pets are stressed by reading their body language and spotting the signs.
Training Your Kitten or Cat
Although training is more traditionally associated with dogs, you can also teach your cat a few tricks, too! Your moggy can learn to recognise their name and come to you when you call them. To help your pet pick up these skills, it’s important to train your kitten from an early age and as soon as possible.Learn more
Top Tips for Socialising Your Puppy
There are only certain times during the development of your puppy’s brain when you can help them become a friendly and outgoing companion. This is how to support them during their first encounters with adults, kids, dogs and anything else life throws at them.Learn more
Mental Stimulation for Your Indoor Cat
Just because cats are now residents of the indoors it doesn’t mean they’re leaving the hunting days behind to turn into couch-potato cats. Healthy cats are physically and mentally active well into their golden years which is why providing the right type of stimulation to your indoor cat is essential.Learn more
10 Benefits of Dogs and Children Growing Up Together
Dogs and children can be the best of friends when raised together and can offer a number of benefits to each other, including everything from increased playtime to happier mindsets. Read on to find out more about the advantages of dogs and children growing up together.Learn more
10 Tips to Keep Cats and Dogs Happy Indoors
Our pets are a saving grace when we’re stuck inside. Their happy wagging tails and sweet purrs offer a welcome pick me up when we’re feeling down, but after a while, they can get bored of being cooped up. We’ve created this guide with our top 10 tips to keep your dog or cat happy indoors.Learn more
Supporting Pets in Need - What We're Doing & How You Can Help
At Purina we are proud to support leading pet charities from pet welfare organisations to those promoting pets as practical and therapeutic companions for humans. We remain committed to supporting pets & people in need during these unusual times by providing additional funding to these charities. How are we helping?
•We're donating £50,000 to Cats Protection to help them support the thousands of cats currently in their care, making sure they continue to be looked after, fed and cared for, despite staff shortages and a sudden drop in fundraising income
•We're donating £50,000 to Canine Partners, helping them to support their frontline staff, particularly the Aftercare Team who provide are available 24/7 on the phone to support the partnerships
•£50,000 to RSPCA – supporting the 400 dogs currently in their care
•Euros 20,000 to DSPCA – supporting the animals in their care and volunteers
Want to help?