Press Releases

petshelf.co.uk THE NEW ON LINE PET SHOP FROM MICRO_ID

Dec 09, 2014 17:19 GMT MICRO-ID Ltd PetShelf.co.uk from Micro-ID Ltd was created to offer the pet owner a collection of carefully chosen quality pet products. We all love to spoil our pets and why not?

Hold your breath…and jump into a new Exodus adventure...

Dec 09, 2014 14:40 GMT Exodus Travels Ltd. Exodus launches new 2015 ‘Discovery and Adventure’ holidays to Sudan, Haiti and the iconic Silk Road.

Have yourself a quirky little Christmas and New Year with Exodus

Dec 04, 2014 17:37 GMT Exodus Travels Ltd. It’s not too late to have a once in a lifetime experience this Christmas and New Year!

SAVE AN AVERAGE OF £1,216.00 BY OWNING A DOG

Dec 02, 2014 12:53 GMT Grey Square PR Insurance pioneer Bought By Many have created a new tongue and cheek report comparing the cost of owning a dog vs the average savings. They have proved that as well as bringing endless amounts of joy and happiness, dogs can also help you save over £1,200 per year.

Discover the world on foot with Exodus

Oct 31, 2014 16:33 GMT Exodus Travels Ltd. Exodus announces new walking and trekking tours for 2015/2016

Exodus launches new cycling holidays to a ‘cycling-mad’ public.

Oct 20, 2014 14:03 BST Exodus Travels Ltd. Exodus launches new holidays to a ‘cycling-mad’ public and steps up long haul cycle options.

STRAY PETS GET MAPP'D

Sep 12, 2014 17:30 BST MICRO-ID Ltd Micro-id launches its Ultimate Pet Recovery Service, using a smart phone app to locate the pet finder and send the map location to the pet owner.

Microchips to help re-build Manchester Dogs Home

Sep 12, 2014 17:01 BST MICRO-ID Ltd Micro-ID the national microchip company is donating 10p from every chip sale during the rest of September towards the Manchester Dogs Home fund.

New research reveals how wild rabbits were genetically transformed into tame rabbits

Aug 28, 2014 19:00 BST Uppsala University The genetic changes that transformed wild animals into domesticated forms have long been a mystery. An international team of scientists has now made a breakthrough by showing that many genes controlling the development of the brain and the nervous system were particularly important for rabbit domestication. The study is published today in Science and gives answers to many genetic questions.