Thousands of people up and down the UK will be celebrating life with their pets, spreading the word on responsible pet ownership or raising money for their favourite charity in fun-filled events.Learn more
There are hundreds of ways your business can support NPM and be ‘Pet Care Aware’ all year round.Get involved
Hello and welcome to National Pet Month. We love pets! With the help of our supporters we raise awareness of responsible pet ownership through educational campaigns, we celebrate the benefits of our pets and encourage fundraising for the nation’s needy pets.
We hope you can get involved!
You can access our helpful Toolkit here. There’s something for everyone, whether you want to put on an educational or fundraising event, plan a pet-related lesson or just display a fab pet-related poster, there’s something there for you. If it’s event support you are specifically looking for we have lots of tips. We also have competitions and all the latest news - so get stuck in!
Pets Against Loneliness is a group of volunteers in North London whose purpose is to help alleviate loneliness in older members of the community, through connecting with well-behaved dogs and their owners. PAL hosts informal, free, drop-in morning tea sessions on the first Saturday of every month from 10am-12noon at St. Matthias Halls, Stoke Newington N16 8DD
1001 have been the go-to products for cleaning and freshening carpets for more than 60 years. So, as one of our National Pet Month partners, we asked 1001 for some useful hints and tips for getting rid of pet smells. Keep reading for useful advice on how you get rid of the smell of cats, dogs and other pets in your home.
1001 have been cleaning the nation’s carpets for more than 60 years. So, as one of our National Pet Month partners, we asked 1001 for some useful hints and tips when dealing with pet stains in the home. Keep reading for useful advice on how you deal with pet stains on your carpets and rugs.
Hens may not seem like the obvious pet to feature during #NationalPetMonth but these funny, feathery creatures really can make great companions. Here The British Hen Welfare Trust explain why.