Are you looking for a perfect gift for your four-legged friend? You have come to the right place, because here you will find more than 300 of the latest, trendiest and quality products for your cat or dog in our store. Browse through categories such as For Pet Lovers or Collars and many more! Let’s take a look to discover some of our most popular quality products at the lowest prices possible with FREE shipping to 120 countries!
New products every month
At Pets are therapy we pay much attention to the latest trends in products and make sure we stock a wide variety of products. Just take a look at our selection of categories including Grooming Products, Training Aids and many more..
Furthermore, we’re constantly on the look out for new and better suppliers and manufacturers so that we have a steady supply of products that keep the store fully stocked with the best quality products. Every time customers visit the store, they will find new, interesting and great deals on offer. We also encourage customers to tell us if there’s a particular item they would like to see in our store. Just contact our support team and we will do our best to make that happen.
We also stock interesting items such as Three Colors Stainless Steel Feeding Bowls For Dogs or 20 Pcs Customized Heart Shaped Dog ID Tags. Our most popular item is the Soft Plush Donut Bed, a warm and cozy bed for your four-legged friend. Or browse the Pet Toys section for some interesting toys for dogs and cats. We are certain that even the fussiest shopper will find something to their liking. If not, we will find it for you!
Shop and save money
We at Pets are therapy offer outstanding high-quality products, but we try our best to keep our prices as low as possible. That’s why we always look for ways to cut expenses on shipping, storage at warehouses and marketing, so you can enjoy the lowest prices on all of our products.
On top of that we have made it even easier for our customers by having regular sales and promotions at Pets are therapy, which allow you to save up to 40% on our most popular items.
Make sure not to miss out on these opportunities!
We also have annual sales and don’t forget to put your order in before the rush during the holidays to make sure you don’t miss out on funny printed women’s T-shirts such as Dogs Because People Suck. Also, Stainless Steel Safety Personalized Dog’s Tag and Padded Adjustable Genuine Leather Dog Collar. Our goal is to make sure that our customers have a pleasant and above all an affordable shopping experience..
Our dedicated customer support
we at Pets are therapy are a team of animal lovers and our commitment to our customers is to provide the best possible shopping experience and customer service. Should you have any concerns, queries, or if you want to leave a review, feel free to contact us.
Further more Pets are therapy only uses secure payment methods which guarantees safe and secure transactions. And lastly, we offer a full refund when your order gets damaged or lost. We take care of every step of your shopping journey to ensure a pleasant experience..
We hope you will enjoy Pets are therapy and thank you for visiting us and hope to see you again soon.
How To care For Your New Puppy
So you’ve decided to bring home a brand new Puppy Dog! A new addition to the family. We at pets are therapy are animal lovers and we were just as exited when we brought home our little bundle of joy!
I’m pretty sure you did all the research and everything you could to prepare the house and your family for the new arrival. You decided on the kind of breed, male or female, bog or small dog, it’s all very exiting!
Sleeping Area and a Place for Play time
It’s very important to set up an area where your new Puppy can safely settle in and get used to their new home. If you already have a dog or a cat, make sure to introduce them slowly and involve them in this adoptation phase. Also make sure to prepare a cosy Dog Bed in a safe corner where they can rest and sleep during this time. Some Dog Toys will help the process along. Soft Plush Donut Bed
Puppy Toilet Training
As soon as the puppy has settled in, you should start toilet training. This takes time and lots of patience, and to make this process as efficient as possible, you will have to use a process called: “positive reinforcement training”. You have to select an area where you want the puppy to go to the toilet, make sure it has easy access, then reward your puppy every time it uses the toilet area.
You can do this by giving it a doggy treat, using a friendly tone of voice and by petting. Your puppy will soon associate pets and treats when it uses the designated toilet area.
Health Care For Puppies
Always make sure you get your puppy from a reputable breeder, Pet store or animal shelter. This way you can be assured of a healthy dog and making sure it has been vaccinated, de-sexed and microchipped. Always chat with your local vet to make sure it gets the right treatment, and to check whether it has been microchipped and vaccinated.
De-sexing is especially important if you don’t want unwanted pregnancies and your dog will be less likely to wander or fight over territory with other dogs in your community. Id-Tags, GPS-Trackers
Make sure to update your contact details so that the microchip is up to date, just in case your little puppy gets lost.
Training and Socializing your Puppy
The sooner you start socializing and training your puppy the better, so your puppy can find it’s place in the family which will give it a sense of belonging. exposing your little dog to different environments such as parks, traffic situations and other people will positively influence it’s behaviour in adulthood. There are plenty of Dog Training Classes available which can help the process along. It will also give the pup a chance to socialize with other dogs in a controlled environment. Training and socializing puppies should always be positive reinforcement and never with physical punishment. This can cause behavioural problems later in life. Training Aids
Exercising your little dog is extremely important part of it’s daily routine, it’s often their fav part of the day and they will look forward to going out with you for a walk. Exercise is of course good for their health and it’s a perfect opportunity for your dog to socialize with other dogs. Bringing Dog Toys to the park or beach will make make it even more fun. Collars, Elastic Dogs Leash With Waist Rope
Nutrition For Puppies
It’s essential that you provide a nutritious diet for your little dog and there are good quality commercial puppy dog foods available that’s appropriate for it’s life stage. Always provide fresh clean water on a daily basis, especially if it eats dry foods. It’s also a good if you give your little dog a little fresh meat on a regular basis, so it can get used to eating and digesting it. anti slip double feeding bowl, 2.4L Automatic Pet Water Fountain
Puppy Is Home Alone
Sooner or later puppy’s parents will have to go to work. So what to do when your dog is home alone. Dogs and especially puppies need a lot of attention. They are social animals and they don’t care for being alone. It’s best to make this a gradual process to avoid anxiety and stress. You could reward it with a doggie treat and play time upon returning so the dog will understand that you will always come back and has a treat or play time to look forward to.
Always provide puppy with a warm cosy Dog Bed and some toys to play with while you’re gone. It will help to rotate the toys so that it won’t get bored. Pet Toys
Dogs are loyal social creatures and they will love you to death. They will protect you and your family without question.
Life’s good with pets!!
How To Care For Your New Kitten
pets are therapy congratulate you on the new addition to your household! There are a few things to consider now that you have a little kitten to care for. Depending on where your kitten came from, it’s probably a good idea to take your kitten for a check-up at the vet, especially if it came from a pet store or a private owner. Most animal shelters these days have qualified in-house vets that vaccinate, treat for worms and generally care for the animals.
One important aspect you should consider for your kitten is proper nutrition. This should be high quality commercial kitten food (wet or dry) and some natural foods such as chicken livers, wings and necks to ensure they get a balanced diet. Always make sure your kitten has access to fresh drinking water and avoid giving it cows milk which will most probably upset their digestive system.
There’s nothing more a kitten would love to do is to snuggle up and share your bed with you, it’s important though to provide them with their own warm, dry and comfortable bed of their own Beds & MatsThe bedding should be warm and cosy, not placed in a draft and preferable in a private little spot where they can feel safe.
It’s also important to provide a litter tray somewhere in a private area for your kitten when they need to go to the toilet.
Play Time With Your Kitten
Play time is extremely important for bonding between you and the kitten, but also for the kittens exercise and it strengthens their muscles and relieves boredom. Kittens and young cats in general are very curious, playful and they love chasing Cat Toys and of course interacting with their parents. It’s also a good idea to try out different types of Cat Toys so your kitten doesn’t get bored. You can hide little treats inside toys or make your own Cat Toy from a small stick with a feather attached to it. Pet Toys
Cats generally groom themselves by licking their fur with their rough tongue which has little hooks on the surface which they use to gently “comb” their fur. They will then swallow the lose fur which causes “fur balls to build up in the stomach to eventually be vomited. To prevent your kitten or cat getting fur balls, you should gently brush your kittens fur to remove all the loose hair. This is especially important for medium and long-haired cats. Grooming Products
Arguably the most effective way to Train Cats involves rewarding your cat when they display desired behaviour. The rewards can be in the form of a tasty Cat Food Treat, play-time or a gentle patting, all positively reinforce a desired outcome. If on the other hand your kitten displayed “undesirable” behaviour such as scratching or biting too hard, then it’s best to ignore it. It will quickly realize that their behaviour will result in not getting anymore attention, treats and cuddles. It works! Training Aids
Never physically punish kittens or cats as this will only scare and confuse them . They will not associate “bad behaviour” with physical punishment.
Cats NEED to keep their nails in good shape, after all nails are their main set of tools and weapon. In the wild they will do this by scratching tree trunks, posts and logs to mark their territory and to sharpen their nails. It’s their instinct and they HAVE to do it. So if you don’t want your kitten or cat to scratch your new furniture, providing a good quality Scratching Pole or Scratching Mat is essential. Scratchers
Health Care For Cats
The best way to care for your kitten and cat is to simply have a chat with your local vet about vaccinations, yearly check-ups, microchipping, de-sexing and flea & worm prevention. Also important is to provide a nutritious diet and daily fresh and clean drinking water.
Further more, if you don’t want unwanted litters of kittens and want to help to control the number of unwanted cats, de-sexing prior to sexual maturity is very effective in preventing unwanted cats roaming around.
De-sexing also reduces behavioural “problems” such as urine spraying, roaming or getting involved in cat fights which may harm/injure your cat.
If you care for your kitten they will live a long and happy life. It’s not uncommon for a cat to live up to 20 years old. Our cat lived to be 18 years old and my mum’s cat died in its sleep at the ripe old age of 22!
At pets are therapy we hope that your Kitten will bring your family lots of love and joy like they do for our family…
The History of Pet Cats & Dogs
If you are a pet dog or cat lover, you likely know the bond that humans and pets share. No matter the season or stage of life, there is something about the connection of a pet cat or dog and their owner that is rarely shared in other animals.
If you have ever wondered how cats and dogs first become the pets you know and love, you aren’t alone! The team at Pets Are Therapy has done a little digging to get to the root of the incredible friendship between humans and animals.
The story of how dogs and cats were domesticated finds its roots in the earliest years of humanity – and showcases how our furry best friends have always had our back! Read on to learn more about the history of pet dogs and cats.
So when did the first cat decide to take up residence with a human companion? It is believed that felines were first domesticated and brought into the daily lives of humans nearly 10,000 years ago.
Near East art, written materials, and architecture heavily feature the image of cats interposed with humans – showing the impact that the first pet cats likely had on their owners! In fact, recent DNA evidence has been discovered shows the presence of cats on ancient Egyptian farms – likely a friendship sparked by companionship and the plentiful presence of tasty rodents on Egypt’s farmland! Cats were so popular among those in the Near East that the people worshipped a cat god, and requested that they be buried with their cats when they passed away.
The first cat believed to have been domesticated was a descendent of the wild feline Felis silvestris lybica. Incredibly, the over 600 million domesticated cats around the world can trace their ancestry back to only a few females of Felis silvestris – showing just how hearty these domesticated cats truly were!
If you know a cat, you know that nobody can truly domesticate a cat! In fact, felines are one of the only species that is known to have domesticated themselves and joined in daily life with humans when people stopped traveling to find food.
Once early human farmers began to cultivate the land, the availability of grain and crops drew mice, rats, and other rodents to farms. Naturally, cats began to emerge from nearby forests, drawn not by the crops being grown but the rodents themselves!
Once farmers discovered that cats were a great natural rodent repellent, they began to feed and protect the cats in return. The cats decided to stay with their newfound protectors, and the rest is feline history!
While cats were likely the first animals to domesticate themselves, man’s best friend is believed to have been domesticated by man for protection and hunting purposes. Dogs and humans have a long history ranging back just as long as cats – if not longer!
Today’s household dogs can trace their ancestry back to Canis familiaris. This first domesticated dog was likely an ancestor of the Eurasian Gray Wolf, which hunted the lands of Asia nearly 15,000 years ago. New genomic studies have shown that the first dogs may have partnered with humans in remote parts of Nepal nearly 16,000 ears ago!
No matter where humans began to spring up in tribes and villages, there was likely to be a Canis familiaris or two wandering the streets, looking for a bite to eat from a friend.
So how did the mighty wolf – the king of the forest – become a playful and furry best friend? It’s believed that the early Canis familiaris was domesticated by early hunter-gatherers who roamed the plains hunting prey. Seeing that where humans gathered and hunted often led to a meal, dogs quickly joined the pack and scavenged for whatever the humans left behind.
The loyal friendship between dogs and humans may have begun with a bark. As the early dogs traveling with the hunters began to bark at the sound of approaching predators, humans would have time to respond to a potential attack. In return for their loyal guardianship, humans began to feed and protect the dogs in their groups.
Today’s furry best friend may be hunting for scraps under the table, but hey – it’s in their nature!
Ever since the first dog and cat were domesticated, these furry companions have brought joy and friendship to millions of individuals and families. Whether it was on a hunting field 15,000 ye usears ago, or on the couch in 2021, dogs and cats have become a part of the human family – even if they have a few extra paws!
If you are looking for high quality products that your pet dog or cat will love, look no further than Pets Are Therapy! Our online catalogue features the best in dog and cat products – from pet supplies and toys to clothes and more! With new products being added all the time, you never know what you will find online at Pets Are Therapy.
To learn more fun history and tips about dogs, cats, and other pets, visit us online today!