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BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS FOR FAMILIES WITH DOGS

BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS FOR FAMILIES WITH DOGS

Before we know it, the kids will be heading back to school and everyone's routine will change. When children return to school, the stress on every family member can be huge - including the family dog. This abrupt change in routine can seriously affect our canine companions, who are creatures of habit. But with a little understanding and preparation before the first day of class, families can avoid many of the back-to-school behaviour problems their dogs might exhibit. By providing training and the right combination of food, shelter and entertainment, families can help their canine companions adapt to a new schedule. read more…

Holiday Travel Tips

Holiday Travel Tips

Travelling with your "best friends" is not hard. The biggest thing that we forget is to prepare and observe. We must prepare what our dogs will need for the trip and observe their needs and their environment while we are travelling. Here are some quick tips: read more…

Summertime Hazards For Your Dog

Summertime Hazards For Your Dog

Dogs enjoy the warmth of the great outdoors in the summer, splashing in a pool or at the beach, and being exercised, active and happy. However, there are dangers in the summertime that you and your dog should be aware of as you romp around and play! read more…

Some Quick Pool Safety Tips

Some Quick Pool Safety Tips

Some dogs are Olympic swimmers and some can just do the "dog paddle". That is up to them. What we can do, as good pet owners, is to assure their safety in the pool. Here are some tips. read more…

COULD YOUR DOG HAVE DIABETES?

COULD YOUR DOG HAVE DIABETES?

Did you know that the rate of dogs with diabetes has tripled since 1970 affecting about one in every 160 dogs? And that overweight dogs, females and certain breeds are more prone to diabetes? Or that pregnant dogs can get gestational diabetes? read more…

Halloween tips for dog owners

Halloween tips for dog owners

Halloween is intended to scare and startle us but this can make it a spooky time for dogs, too. By being more sensitive to a dog's fear-driven "fight or flight" instincts, we can help keep our furry friends safe this Halloween. read more…

Helping Your Dog To Lose Weight

Helping Your Dog To Lose Weight

Just like people, dogs need regular exercise and stimulation to keep them in tip-top shape, both physically and mentally. And since dogs crave human companionship, then who better to choose as your exercise partner than your pooch? Unfortunately, 45% of dogs in Australia are either overweight or obese according to the Australian Veterinary Association. Just like with humans, these extra kilos can make them more prone to certain illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and lung disorders. On the flip side, studies have shown that dogs who are at their ideal weight live at least two years longer than their overweight counterparts. read more…

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