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  • How To Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer Heat
    How To Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer Heat
    December 11 2017
    As summertime is here and as the warm temperatures linger throughout the day and night, it's important to keep yourself and your dog well hydrated and cool. Both cats and dogs are particularly susceptible to heatstroke - a potentially life-threatening condition. Here are some helpful tips to make your pet's summer cooler and more enjoyable. ...read more
  • The Festive Season
    The Festive Season
    November 27 2017
    It's that time of year again! Christmas is fast approaching, and the season for after-work drinks, get-togethers and parties is about to begin. Obviously, we all want to enjoy this time of year; but do spare a thought for your four-legged friends as they don't understand the changes that may occur in your routine and your behaviour. We've put together some advice for you to ensure that you keep your dog safe, comfortable and happy during your seasonal celebrations. ...read more
  • BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS FOR FAMILIES WITH DOGS
    BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS FOR FAMILIES WITH DOGS
    January 09 2017
    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