Coronavirus (COVID-19) - FAQs

Dear zooplus Customers,

Here at zooplus we too are concerned about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the impact it has had on all of our lives. The entire zooplus family and all of our partners are doing everything they can to ensure that you continue to receive the high quality service you're used to, even in the current exceptional situation.

In light of the current situation and in addition to the well-being of our customers and their pets, the health of our employees is also a top priority. We have taken extensive protective measures in our offices and logistics centres to help slow down the spread of the coronavirus. At the same time, we are working hard to ensure that your order reaches you reliably and safely. 

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We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your understanding and look forward to continuing to provide you and your pets with everything you need. Stay healthy and keep your pets safe.

Together at home: daily routines with your four-legged friend

Daily routine with your four-legged friend

Not only have our lives been changed by the current situation, but also the lives of our pets. Many of us used to be out on the move every day, but now we are at home working and spending our free time there - so living together with our pets all day is different now. How do you manage to work productively at this time, while making the most of seeing your favourite four-legged friend and sharing everyday life together? You'll find inspiration for fun together with our zooplus routine!

Daily Routine with your Dog

Dog Bowl Good Morning! Start the day right

It's common to feel sluggish or unfit when you spend a lot of time at home. So it's best to use the time in the morning for some yoga to wake up and to make a delicious breakfast bowl afterwards - you can make one for your dog as well! 

Dog Lunchtime Walk Lunchtime - Yay! Get outside

One benefit from working from home means you have greater flexibility. Sports and games with your dog while out walking are a perfect for a lunch break. This way, your dog is not only physically but also mentally worn out!

Dog Games Happy Afternoons Five minute training

When you're working on a computer, you can have small dips in productivity. In this time, practice simple tricks with your dog! Your four-legged friend is not that enthusiastic about tricks? Why not try and work on basic obedience.

Dog Baking Relax into the Evening Time for creativity!

The early evening is perfect for a few games with intelligence toys. You could also give your dog a special treat of homemade dog biscuits - you won't get bored baking and your dog will be happy about a delicious snack! Afterwards, spend the evening together having a cuddle and a stroke.

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Daily Routine with your Cat

Cat Bed Fun in the Morning Start your day right

Simple agility games with your cat in the morning will put any Night Owl into a good mood and it gets the circulation going! Not in the mood? Then grab your kitty's favourite toy and play a few games before serving breakfast.

Cat Window Lunchtime Together Breathe in deep

Even if you work from home, you should take regular breaks for body and mind. Don't worry if you don't have a garden or balcony - open the windows and let in a few warm rays of sunshine and enjoy a deep breath of fresh air with your cat.

Cat Games Happy Afternoons Training sessions

If you want to concentrate at work, you need to have breaks. But what if your cat would rather play... RIGHT NOW? Don't worry - there are plenty of different activity games for your kitty that can help pass the time (with or without your help!)

Cat Photoshoot Goodbye Lazy Evenings! Next top model?

After a long working day at a computer, spend your evening taking your mind off things. A fun photo shoot with your cat is perfect for this - with simple tips & tricks you can get the best snapshots of your furbaby. Better than any TV program, right?!

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