News: Pets & Wildlife Care

Choosing the right nest box for your garden birds

Read our top tips on selecting the best boxes for your garden birds.

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How to support wildlife in April

There are many ways to support wildlife in April, so don’t forget to keep wildlife in mind with your general gardening tasks.

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Plant native hedges to encourage wildlife

It’s important to plant native hedges to encourage wildlife in your garden and create a biodiverse space for welcome wildlife to enjoy.

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How to make a hedgehog house

Making a hedgehog home is fun and getting it right is essential for the safety of your garden friends. 

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How to make fat balls for birds

Fat balls are fun and easy to make at home, and here’s how it’s done. 

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Ensure you have a pet-friendly garden

It’s essential to ensure you have a pet-friendly garden to keep your family pets safe in your garden when there are many opportunities for a pet to encounter something unwittingly, knowing it could cause a problem for themselves.

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Design a bird-friendly garden

You can design a bird-friendly garden with just a few additions or changes to any size space.

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Top tips for feeding birds in winter

When the weather is cold, and food is scarce, our garden birds need our help to get them through the winter.

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5 tips for a wildlife-friendly garden

Start planning now for a wildlife-friendly garden next year with these top tips.

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10 non-toxic indoor plants if you have pets

Here are ten plants that are non-toxic and safe for pets

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Create a pet-friendly garden

Creating a pet-friendly garden doesn’t mean your garden will have to be bare, patchy lawn, or even dug-up plants. If you are starting to make your garden pet friendly or already have your perfect garden and are about to introduce your new pet, these tips will help you, and your pet enjoys the garden as much as each other. 

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Create a backyard bee meadow 

It is easy to create a backyard bee meadow and make your garden a place where pollinators can enjoy lots of nectar in a biodiverse space.

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