What toys can you pick for your teething pup?
- May 13th 2019
There’s nothing more adventurous than a teething pup. Shoes, clothes, furniture – your pup will chew everything with the same enthusiasm. While it may seem like your puppy is being mischievous, especially when they chew your slippers for the fifth time, chewing actually functions to relieve the pain they experience from teething. Teething in pups begins in earnest at around 16 weeks of age, so expect all your items to be fair game!
Travelling with your pet
- April 29th 2019
Summer is here, vacations are around the corner, and you’re dreaming of the next destination with your name on it. Don’t let your pet miss out on all fun – there are plenty of ways to travel with your pet to make sure they are comfortable and happy. Here is all you need to know about travelling with your pet.
Summer camp for pets
- April 15th 2019
Summer is nearly here and so are summer camps! We don’t mean for your child (although those are great too) – we mean for your pet. That’s right: if you have not heard of summer camps for dogs and for cats, then you have been missing out. These pet camps are curated to give your pets a lovely time during the summer to bond, learn skills and just have the time of their lives.
How to help your pet beat the heat this summer
- April 1st 2019
Spring is here and summer is almost upon us. If you live in India, then you have felt the heat rise steadily throughout the days. And we know it is just going to get hotter. You know how you are going to stay cool this summer, but how will your pet?
Here are some tips on how to help your pet beat the heat this summer and stay comfortable.
"Feeding a Kitten"
- March 25th 2019
Like all young ones, kittens have very specific feeding requirements. If you have just brought a new (and adorable) bundle of fur home, then this is the article for you. Here, we will talk you through what your kitten’s feeding needs may be and the schedule you should establish.
Feeding a Puppy
- March 18th 2019
There is nothing more exciting than welcoming a new pup into your home. They are earnest, excitable, and just so full of joy and love, it is infectious. But being a new dog parent can be stressful – what do you feed your puppy? How much? When?!
Fret not. The Pet Project is here to lend a helping hand. Behold! – A complete guide on what to feed a puppy (including how much and when). We got you.
Feeding a fussy cat
- March 11th 2019
Cats have strong personalities – they know what they want and when they want it. That is why we love cats. But this trait can sometimes be baffling when it comes to cat food. Cats are picky about what they eat, which leaves it up to you to figure out what they like. And it can be heartbreaking when your cat is avoiding their food bowl or picking at their meals.
What is a balanced cat food diet?
- March 4th 2019
Ah, cats. So regal and self-possessed, it is easy to imagine that they know it all. If you feed your cat something they do not like, they would tell you, wouldn’t they? They make their preferences very clear. So how is it possible to get your cat’s diet wrong?
Shedding the pounds: Choosing a weight-loss diet for your dog
- February 25th 2019
Planning a weight loss regime for your dog can be confusing—what foods would be best for your canine and how do you actually make sure they shed the pounds? In fact, admitting that your pet may be overweight is, in itself, difficult. Who wants to put their beloved on a strict diet, monitor what they eat and cut down their treats (especially with those big puppy eyes looking up at you)? It may feel easier to not notice the signs.
How do you choose a ‘balanced’ dog food diet?
- February 18th 2019
We all know how important a balanced diet is for humans. If you don’t eat any vegetables or choose to survive only on tomatoes, there are some serious consequences for your health. But how does this concept of a ‘balanced diet’ break down for our dogs? What nutrients do they need and why? In this article, we explore what a ‘balanced’ diet means for your dog in terms nutritional requirements and its effects.