Dogs Life Updates

ENJO Heidi Howls range

On May 26th, 2015

ENJO Heidi Howls range

On May 26th, 2015

Inspired by the dog of ENJO founder, Barb de Corti, the new limited-edition Heidi Howls range, especially for dogs, will ensure your puppy will not only be clean as a whistle, but your family will be healthier too! This must-have pet range pack, which includes the pet towel, travel bowl and face towel, is focused on keeping your […]

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Raising Guide Dogs

On May 21st, 2015

Raising Guide Dogs

On May 21st, 2015

Karen Hayter from Guide Dogs NSW/ACT speaks with Kylie Baracz about what it is like to breed and raise pups for an important job. How long have you been working with dogs and how did you get started? I have worked at Guide Dogs NSW/ACT for 27 years. I started volunteering at Guide Dogs when […]

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Too Many Cheeky Dogs | FINAL FRONT COVER (10 January 2013)

By Amanda Smuin Princess Charlotte will be receiving some cheeky presents from the Northern Territory to celebrate her birthday. Territorians are sending a personalised copy of the colourful children’s book Too Many Cheeky Dogs by Johanna Bell and Dion Beasley to Kensington Palace. The book, released in 2013, is a story about the adventures of […]

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How K9 Nose Work changes lives

On May 20th, 2015

How K9 Nose Work changes lives

On May 20th, 2015

Kristie Bradfield discovers how K9 Nose Work has helped ease the mind of a cancer fighter and given a once-anxious pup more pep in his step. The last thing Joanne Campbell thought she’d be dealing with over the 2005 Christmas break was a diagnosis of breast cancer. On the 23rd of December that year, she […]

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Cora Bailey

Tonight, SBS’s Dateline meets the remarkable vet Cora Bailey from South Africa as she helps treat animals that are ill or have been neglected due to the impoverished conditions they are kept in. When she started 25 years ago, Cora’s mission was to care for animals, but when confronted with poverty and poor living conditions, […]

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In 2014, the Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre celebrated a decade of treating sick and injured animals. Ben Nour speaks to founder Dr Rod Straw about the amazing work of the hospital, and what efforts are being made to find a cure for cancer. It might come as a surprise to some, but cancer is not […]

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Ever wanted to be a dog groomer? An exciting new program has been developed that gives unemployed youth an opportunity to enter the industry, writes Kristie Bradfield. Early last year, Queensland teenager Sophie Meyer was at a career crossroads. After studying to be a beauty therapist and working in a day spa, she found herself […]

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Insurance company Real Pet Insurance reveals their favourite pet friendly places around Australia. Want a hotel break? You and your pooch are spoilt for choice with 820 dog friendly locations in Australia. However, if it’s more than a walk in the park you both need, you can find a place to rest your heads at […]

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The perks of puppy preschool

On May 15th, 2015

The perks of puppy preschool

On May 15th, 2015

Enrolling your pooch in puppy preschool can help her learn everything she needs to grow into a loving and well-behaved family member. Tim Falk reports. Puppies are joyous creatures — bouncing, enthusiastic, lovable and excitable little balls of happiness. They love exploring the world around them and meeting new people, and just like human children, […]

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5 common dog training mistakes

On May 14th, 2015

5 common dog training mistakes

On May 14th, 2015

Kate Potter discovers what you should and shouldn’t be doing when it comes to training your pooch. There’s an old saying that can explain many behavioural problems dog owners find themselves dealing with: “the road to hell is paved with good intentions”. It sounds harsh, but there’s no denying that being a new dog owner […]

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