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Treating Canine Lymphoma

On August 28th, 2015

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Treating Canine Lymphoma

On August 28th, 2015

Lymphoma is an aggressive disease with no cure, but following a cancer-friendly diet in conjunction with your vet can help your pooch fight through treatment and have the best chance at a long remission, writes Mel Hearse. There are few diagnoses less welcome to a dog owner than hearing their beloved pet has cancer. While […]

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Alleviating Arthritis

On August 26th, 2015

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Alleviating arthritis

Alleviating Arthritis

On August 26th, 2015

Any arthritis sufferer will tell you that the cold, wet winter months bring with them more aches and pains. Unfortunately, our canine friends face a similar battle. Kristie Bradfield discovers how we can help ease the pain. Winston, a 15-year-old Pug/Brussels Griffon mix, won the lottery when he came home with Sarah Enid Connor and […]

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Danielle Chenery discovers how a nervous little pug puppy became Insta-famous and learned to conquer his fear of humans. Homer can thank his human parents’ desire to become more active for his Insta-fame. His human mum Mei Chandra first made the decision to adopt a dog so she would have a reason to exercise. “We […]

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R&C Breath Buddy & pup

On August 23rd, 2015

R&C Breath Buddy & pup

On August 23rd, 2015

Cuddles and smooches are a wonderful part of life with pets, but sometimes their breath may be a bit off. The new Breath Buddy from Rufus & Coco is a professionally formulated liquid water additive for dogs and cats that helps to promote fresh breath and supports healthy gums and teeth. Easy to use, pleasant […]

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K9 Swim

On August 22nd, 2015

K9 Swim

On August 22nd, 2015

K9 Swim runs various programs throughout the year such as Puppy Splash, Learn to Swim classes, Senior Nights for our aged dogs and their Weight Loss program that was featured on Better Homes and Gardens last year. Dogs can also come and swim for fun, to train or to rehabilitate after surgery or injury. Located […]

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The Bark: The Latest Canine News

On August 21st, 2015

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The Bark: The Latest Canine News

On August 21st, 2015

Quality over quantity Recent research from the University of Kentucky has found dogs prefer a small amount of tasty treats over a large amount of “boring” ones. Scientists conducted the test by feeding baby carrots and cheese to dogs of various breeds. The results of this test showed that 90 per cent of them bypassed […]

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Every ‘paw’son needs that staple black sweater they can wear on special occasions or just out to lunch with fur-iends. New to the miyow & barkley winter range is this snugly ‘Kehena Sweater’(named after a black sand beach in Hawaii). The unisex sweater is hand made in a luxurious thick ‘man made wool’, with a […]

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Essential Dog is a 100 per cent Australian made and owned brand, dedicated to providing healthier alternatives for dogs with sensitive skin. Their natural dog grooming products contain no sulphates, parabens, synthetic fragrances or toxic chemicals. Infused with a unique blend of seven certified organic extracts, antioxidants and heavenly aromatherapy blends, their ultra-mild products are […]

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Carolyn Press-McKenzie has spent her life adopting and rehoming a menagerie of pets including monkeys, pigs, horses, birds, goats, sheep and, of course, a variety of dogs, including the three-legged Napoleon Bonaparte. Animal Magic follows her journey of animal love through a variety of animal-related careers including animal wrangler for television and film, head dog […]

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Dealing with dog bites

On August 21st, 2015

Dealing with dog bites

On August 21st, 2015

It’s every responsible dog owner’s worst nightmare. Laura Greaves investigates what you should do if the unthinkable happens. Pumpkin the American Staffordshire Terrier was nothing if not well behaved. The friendly five-year-old had graduated from puppy school, completed advanced-level obedience training and was an enthusiastic agility competitor. “The Pump”, as she was affectionately known, was […]

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