• The Benefits of Puppy Love

    Putting a picture of a cute puppy or kitten on your desk could make you work harder, research suggests. Looking at pictures of baby animals can improve your concentration by a tenth, a study found. Researchers also discovered that people who gazed at photographs of puppies and kittens performed better than those who looked at images of adult animals. Read more....

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  • Our favourite herbal tea is helping WWF

    With a new, specially blended tea - Peppermint & Licorice - Pukka will donate 20p to WWF with each sale. This is part of their 'beautiful world' campaign. Pukka is also inviting everyone to upload photos and video clips of their own, personal ‘beautiful world’ to their website – you’ll also get the chance to win a luxury eco-staycation for four people!

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  • We're on Facebook!!

    Wimbledon Pet Nannies is on Facebook.....we'll share the latest animal related news and views on FB. Click here to 'like'us!

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  • STOP Illegal Wildlife Trade

    Illegal wildlife trade is the biggest threat to many of the world’s most iconic species including elephants, rhinos and tigers.

    Poaching and trafficking of illegal wildlife products has reached a record high, driven by growing demand, and highlighting the need for increased anti-poaching and law enforcement efforts. Illegal wildlife trade is a serious crime; it’s highly organised and often associated with other criminal activities, including illicit arms and drug trade, corruption and money laundering.

    WWF is working with TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, to tackle this deadly and destructive trade. Click here to find out more about how you can help....

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  • RSPCA Launches new Campaign

    RSPCA lauanches 'Take Action for Dogs' campaign, aimed at changing current dangerous dog legislation. Read more about the campaign, and how you can help the RSPCA, by clicking here...

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