Entries by Anne Ryder

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Hot Diggity Dog – Protect Pets from Heatstroke

As Ireland looks set to sizzle in the coming days with temperatures soaring to above 25 degrees Celsius Irish pet-experts, Petmania, are warning pet owners to be vigilant for the signs of heatstroke. The effect of heatstroke on household pets can be detrimental to their health causing organ disfunction, respiratory distress and neurological damage. If […]

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CARING FOR FAMILY CARERS THROUGH COVID-19

Family Carers Ireland Launch Counselling Service Family Carers Ireland is pleased to announce a new free online counselling service available to family carers funded through the Dormant Account Fund administered by Pobal. Launched today the service was set up in recognition that family carers often live with higher levels of anxiety, depression and stress than […]

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Include your Pooch in your Pared back wedding 

Petmania launch ‘Dog of Honour’ pamper packages and bridalwear Planning to walk down the aisle with your best friend this year? Hotly tipped as one of the wedding trends of 2020, dogs are about to become centre-stage at weddings taking place across Ireland. Especially created for our four-legged friends, Petmania Grooming Studio has launched its […]

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Joanna Fortune hosts Family Carers Ireland online ‘Carers’ Coffee Club’

Guidance and support for family carers during COVID-19 Psychotherapist and parenting expert, Joanna Fortune is set to hosts Family Carers Ireland’s online ‘Carers’ Coffee Club’, an online resource for family carers to get together via Facebook Live. The next ‘Club’ will take place on Thursday, April 23rd at 11am with guest Joanna Fortune, Psychotherapist who will answer question on how to approach parenting during a Pandemic when you have […]

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Irish Life donates €350,000 to Family Carers Ireland

Irish Life supports essential services for family carers during COVID-19 Family Carers Ireland today announced it has received vital funding from Irish Life to support family carers during and post the current COVID-19 pandemic. Family Carers Ireland will receive a donation of €350,000 to support its essential services for family carers.