Our Policies

In this section of the site, you’ll find policies stating how we gather, use and may store your data. This page also covers other areas including the disclosure of our affiliate partnerships, our cookie policy as well as disclaimers.

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Privacy Policy

We do not store any personal data, we may temporarily store details entered into contact form so we can get back to you. This information usually consists of a name, email address and message.

Cookies Policy

We do use cookies to help you get the best experience when using our website. By using our service you consent to the use of cookies.

What are Cookies? Cookies are small pieces of text sent by your web browser by a website you visit. A cookie file is stored in your web browser and allows us or a third-party to recognize you and improve your next visit to our website.

How/Why do we use Them? They are used by placing files in your browser, we use them for our analytics, understanding your preferences and to enable advertising on our website.

What are Third-party Cookies? These are cookies used by parties other than ourselves. When we use services from third-parties for them to function properly they may need to use cookies. This can include services from monitoring how many people use our site to the way they use it.

What are your Options? Cookies are not mandatory and can be prevented using the settings page of your browser. If you need assistance with this visit your browsers help pages. If you do decide to alter your cookie settings, you may not receive the full functionality of our website.

Learn more about cookie usage here.

Affiliate Programs

We participate in affiliate programs, and may earn a commission if you purchase a product after clicking through one of the links on our website.

Programs we currently participate in: 

  • Chewy – We are participants in the Chewy affiliate program.

Disclaimer

As bloggers we are not a source for veterinary help. We try to help our readers gain a better understanding of their pets, but this can never be used as an alternative for professional veterinary advice.