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Looking for some cute products to dress up your dog this Australia Day? Our friends at Dharf have just the answer. The stylish dog accessories company has two gorgeous, Aussie-inspired products to make sure Fido is included in the Australia Day celebrations. Check out the gallery below for more details! Collar + Bandanna set ◄ Back […]

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Fourteen-year-old Brianna Gadeley opened her home and her heart to care for pets in need, writes Kylie Baracz. How long have you been involved with animals and how did you get started? I have been involved with and been passionate about animals all my life and I first started foster caring in October 2012. I […]

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Pet-friendly spots in Victoria

On January 19th, 2015

Pet-friendly spots in Victoria

On January 19th, 2015

Katie Cincotta takes a trip along the Great Ocean Road to some of the beautiful pet-friendly spots in Victoria. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to head to one of Victoria’s most spectacular coastlines, packed to the rafters with winter woollies (it’s cold down here!), canine tech toys, and of course your […]

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Simon Reeve’s tribute to Wolfie

On January 19th, 2015

Simon Reeve’s tribute to Wolfie

On January 19th, 2015

Simon Reeve, Channel Seven’s Million Dollar Minute host, talks with Kylie Baracz about his love of animals and the recent passing of his rescue dog Wolfie. Simon Reeve’s life with dogs started at 13 when his family adopted a Golden Retriever called Sasha who was, well, a typical Golden Retriever. “[Sasha was] good natured and […]

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Editor’s note: Since this article has been written, there has been changes to the Code of Practice. For more information, visit depi.vic.gov.au and search for “Breeding and rearing businesses”. In early April 2014, the Victorian Government implemented a raft of changes to the code of practice that governs breeders and rearing businesses. Kristie Bradfield investigates the […]

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Reuniting lost pets

On January 14th, 2015

Reuniting lost pets

On January 14th, 2015

Meet the dog-lovers who are using social media to reunite lost pets with their desperately searching owners, writes Danielle Chenery. For better or worse, social media has become a huge part of our lives. It’s become the easiest way to communicate with masses of people since newspapers and TV – and, better still, it allows […]

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Become a dog foster carer

On January 13th, 2015

Become a dog foster carer

On January 13th, 2015

Mel Hearse speaks with the animal charities who dedicate their time to a very important job – providing a halfway place for homeless pets while they wait to find their forever home – and discovers how to become a dog foster carer. When a dog is surrendered or abandoned, he or she may wind up in […]

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Choosing the right dog collar

On January 12th, 2015

Choosing the right dog collar

On January 12th, 2015

With a range of collars available in stores, how do you know which one will suit your dog? Kylie Baracz discovers how choosing the right dog collar is crucial for your pet’s wellbeing. Collars are not only a way of restraining dogs or providing a way of attaching their identification, they are also now a […]

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Danielle Chenery hunts out the five best games to play with your pet and discovers that the simplest games are actually the best. One of the benefits of having a dog is forced exercise – it is almost impossible to live with a pooch and not take him or her for their daily exercise fix. […]

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Mobile photo-sharing site Instagram has recently created a 365 day calendar featuring some of the top pet accounts from 2014. The calendar features 130 Insta-pets with a combined following of 9.8 million. It features an animal Instagram photo for everyday of the week (Saturday and Sunday share a page) and is themed based on the […]

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