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As a pet owner, you know it is important to provide your pet with regular exercise, a nutritious diet and lots of love and affection. But you also have a responsibility to protect your pet from health risks, such as those posed by pests. Ticks and fleas can make your pets – and you – sick and can lead to infestations in your home.

Ticks can be especially dangerous for pets, including animals that spend any amount of time outdoors, such as dogs, cats, rabbits and horses. Read more

The nitty gritties of importing or exporting your pet

Moving to a new country with your pet can be a hassle if you are not familiar with the complex rules and regulations governing the transportation of animals. It is highly recommended that you use a professional pet transportation company to avoid the many problems that can arise if transit is not handled properly. At Move One, we provide top-notch pet transportation services and advise clients in our many locations on the requirements needed to import or export their beloved pet. To make your relocation as hassle-free as possible, Move One has profiled the UAE, providing an in-depth look at Pet Transportation regulations, which could pose problems for expats. Read more

In their youth, our pets seem to have boundless energy and vitality that we can often take for granted. As owners, we can often be unconscious of the very real fact that, sadly, animals start biological ageing at an early onset. It is understandable that we all would want our beloved companions to live beside us for our whole life. But seeing the statistics of actual longevity really does give us a shocking reality check. Average life expectancies vary from 8 years to 20 years depending on species and breed. The giant breeds of dogs may only reach 8 years whereas toy breeds of dogs and cats will often reach late teens. Of course there will be some exceptions to this, much depends on the individuals genetics, nutrition and care. We generally consider animals entering their senior phase of life in their last third of life expectancy. Giant dog breeds are considered senior around 5 / 6 years of age. Toy dog breeds and cats are classified senior around 10 / 11 years of age. Read more

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