British Pet Insurance Services in the UK have developed pet insurance that offers our customers and their pets what they really need, this knowledge and expertise is gained from over 50 years of pet insurance knowledge.
Feather plucking is when a bird starts to pick at, pull or mutilate its feathers and is caused by either an underlying health condition, environmental/lifestyle factors or nutrition. We outline signs, causes and treatments below.
African grey parrots are one of the most popular exotic bird species kept as pets in the UK. They are incredible looking animals, with long lives, intelligence, the ability to mimic human speech and understand it.
The condition of your bird’s beak is a good indicator of their overall health. Learning to look out for abnormalities in the size, texture and colour of your bird’s beak will help you identify and resolve common health problems.
It’s important to know that a Bearded Dragon will have different dietary requirements as a hatchling to that of an adult Bearded Dragon. You must feed them a diet of crickets, meal worms and vegetables, as well as calcium supplements.
Deciding on a pet to get is tricky, let alone an unusual pet like a reptile or a bird. That’s why we want to help the UK’s community of exotic pet owners with our guide to choosing the perfect pet for you.
Are you looking for a small easy to manage pet snake? A pet snake that doesn’t eat mice, or doesn’t require feeding all the time? Or just a friendly snake that won’t bite and doesn’t mind being handled?
Even though your tortoise is currently healthy, things can change, and vet bills can quickly add up in the event of an injury or illness. In the event of an injury or illness vet bills are often unexpected and an unpleasant surprise.
Even though your reptile is currently healthy, things can change, and vet bills can quickly add up in the event of an injury or illness. In the event of an injury or illness vet bills are often unexpected and an unpleasant surprise.
Exotic pets can differ greatly in cost and even though your exotic pet may not have cost so much to buy – vet bills can quickly add up. In the event of an injury or illness it's best to have insurance cover.
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