Blog

  1. A Day in the Life of... An Animal Welfare Assistant

    Animal Welfare Assistant Connie shares with us what a typical day at Assisi Animal Sanctuary is like. "Being an animal welfare assistant is not a job, it is a vocation. It takes everything out of us but we wouldn't change it for the world!"

    A Day in the Life of... An Animal Welfare Assistant
  2. A Day in the Life of... A Rescue Dog

    We follow a day in the life of Bella, who is currently at Assisi Animal Sanctuary. 

    A Day in the Life of... A Rescue Dog
  3. Caring for Senior Cats

    As our cats age, it is important to be aware of changes they may need to live a more comfortable and healthy life, as well as be aware of any signs that may be a cause for concern.

    Caring for Senior Cats
  4. Cat neutering: all you need to know

    There are many benefits to neutering your cat, and as a responsible pawrent, it is important that you make sure your cat is neutered or spayed. Please note, you should always consult your trusted veterinarian when it comes to the health and wellbeing of your four-legged friend.

    Cat neutering: all you need to know
  5. How to be a responsible pawrent

    September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month, so we have a few tips on how to be a responsible pawrent!

    How to be a responsible pawrent
  6. How to tell if your dog is overweight

    We all love our four-legged family members very much, and sometimes we show this love through extra food and treats… However, this is not always to their benefit! If you are worried your pet is overweight, there are a few things to look out for.

    How to tell if your dog is overweight
  7. Cat Tails – what your cat’s tail is telling you

    Tails are a great indicator of mood with our cat. Here are some tips on what your cat’s tail may be telling…

    Cat Tails – what your cat’s tail is telling you
  8. Dogs and Epilepsy

    Naturo Dog Mylo's pawrents (Gemma our Interim Marketing Manager and husband) found out he had epilepsy when he was three years old. Now turning six, they have learned how to manage a dog with epilepsy and want to share their story to alert other pet parents for the signs, and what to do in the event of a seizure.

    Dogs and Epilepsy
  9. Do you speak dog?

    As pet parents, we like to think that we know our beloved pooches well enough to know what they’re thinking or what they want/need from a single glance or mannerism, but do we really?

    Do you speak dog?
  10. Keeping your house cat happy

    Naturally active and inquisitive, it is important to ensure that if you choose to have a house cat, that they are appropriately stimulated and kept happy. Here, we have pulled together some tips on how to do that!

    Keeping your house cat happy