Mark Harrop Business Development Manager

May 24
2017

‘Don’t cry for me, golden retriever’ story teaches world the power of pet and parent bond

After images from Argentina of a dog hugging his injured owner while waiting for an ambulance went viral, senior executives at Aquarium Software (www.aquarium-software.com) say the emotional incident highlights the incredible bond between pet and pet parent. The technology expert asserts that while our pets clearly go beyond t...

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May 22
2017

Strewth! A quarter of Australians would miss their mobile more than their pets

Bad news for dogs and cats from down under suggests that a quarter of Australians would miss their mobile phone more than their pets or even a family member, with only nine per cent saying they would miss their pets. However, YouGov research conducted on behalf of Aquarium Software in the UK revealed that 63 per cent of Brits ...

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May 15
2017

Talking to pets habit needs to be applied to human communications

People who talk to their pets can breathe a sigh of relief, as they are more intelligent. So says new research suggesting that anthropomorphising (giving human minds and names to animals and objects) is a sign of smart rather than stupid pet parents. Pet insurance technologist Aquarium Software says the pet insurance industry ...

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May 08
2017

Dog pounds on the rise as 1 in 4 pets on a diet

As yet another survey suggests that 25 per cent of people have their pussycats and pooches on a diet, leading pet insurance technologist Aquarium Software hopes this is finally a sign that pet parents are taking action to address what has been described as a modern day animal obesity crisis. Dog owners were exposed as top of ...

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May 02
2017

It’s official – pet pussies have premium pulling power when it comes to men

With men and their love affair with moggies cited for the number of pet cats in the UK topping eight million for the first time in 2017, pet insurance technologist Aquarium Software says unless numbers are matched by a corresponding growth in insurance cover, both our pets and our pockets will be put at unnecessary risk. The ...

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