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Pet Respect would like to thank James May and Home from Home Pet Care Limited for sponsoring Jess our Therapy Dog for a year.
Sunday 20th July 2014 see’s the return of Pets in the Park by popular demand!
Praying Mantis Type: Bug Diet: Carnivore Average life span in the wild: 12 months Size: 0.5 to 6 in (1.2 to 15 cm) long Did you know? The Praying Mantis was the inspiration of a character in ‘A Bugs Life’! Size relative to a tea cup: Courtesy of National Geographic
Snowy Owl Type: Bird Diet:Carnivore Average life span in the wild: 9.5 years Size: Body, 20 to 28 in (52 to 71 cm); wingspan, 4.2 to 4.8 ft (1.3 to 1.5 m) Weight: 3.5 to 6.5 lbs (1.6 to 3 kg) Group name: Solitary Did you know? Unlike most owls, which are nocturnal, snowy owls […]
Cheetah Type: Mammal Diet: Carnivore Average life span in the wild: 10 to 12 years Size: 3.5 to 4.5 ft (1.1 to 1.4 m); Tail, 25.5 to 31.5 in (65 to 80 cm) Weight: 77 to 143 lbs (35 to 65 kg) Did you Know? The cheetah is the world’s fastest land mammal. With acceleration […]
Porcupine Type: Mammal Diet: Herbivore Average life span in the wild: 5 to 7 years Size: Head and body, 25 to 36 in (60 to 90 cm); Tail, 8 to 10 in (20-25 cm) Weight: 12 to 35 lbs (5 to 16 kg) Group name: Family Did you Know? Female porcupines have between one and […]
Parrot Type: Bird Diet: Omnivore Average life span in the wild: Up to 80 years Size: 3.5 in (8.7cm) to 40 in (100 cm) Weight: 2.25 oz (65 g) to 3.5 lbs (1.6 kg) Many parrots are kept as pets, especially macaws, Amazon parrots, cockatiels, parakeets, and cockatoos. These birds have been popular companions throughout […]
Meller’s Chameleon Type: Reptile Diet: Carnivore Average life span in the wild: 12 years Size: 21 in (50 cm) Weight: 14.4 oz (408 g) Did you know? Chameleons don’t change colors to match their surroundings. Each species displays distinct color patterns to indicate specific reactions or emotions. Courtesy of National Geographic