If you're offering a home to a new pet you can look forward to a long and rewarding friendship with a loving new companion.
We've put together our top tips to help you choose the right pet and to make sure it goes on to live a long and happy life. [more...]
If you're thinking about rehoming your pet on Preloved, read our advice on all the things you should think about to give your pet a forever home. [more...]
If you are looking for a pet, please consider visiting a local rescue as you will be helping an animal find a new start in life.
A reputable centre will be able to advise you on the best breed of animal for your needs, your family and your lifestyle. [more...]
If you're thinking of buying a puppy, why not visit the RSPCA's GetPuppySmart page?
This useful guide includes lots of information on getting a puppy, ranging from choosing the right puppy, to where to get it from. [more...]
Rachel Cunningham, Public Affairs Manager at animal charity, the Blue Cross explains why every owner should consider getting their pet microchipped. [more...]
If you are looking for a new pet, please remember that their future health and happiness is in your hands.
They will look to you for love, care and attention every day for many years to come. Please be sure you can provide this.
This page contains some great tips on choosing a new pet and how to ensure they enjoy a long and happy life.
Preloved does all it can to ensure that the sale of animals on the site is handled as responsibly as possible, with the animals' interests our primary consideration. For example:
If you see an advert which you feel may break any of these rules, please let us know.
Neutering is a commonplace operation that can prevent unwanted litters whilst also improving the long-term health prospects or thousands of pets. [more]
Before you consider advertising a pet or animal as 'free to a new home' take some time to think seriously about its long-term welfare and happiness. [more]
Are you selling an animal that is an endangered species? Find out if this applies to you and what you need to do with our overview of CITES [more]
There's a whole load more pet advice on our blog: