Dogs Life magazine is the No.1 Australian and New Zealand publication dedicated to dogs. This magazine covers a wide range of topics that are paramount to being a responsible pet owner, such as canine nutrition, training tips and breed features.
Dogs Life is a magazine the whole family can enjoy and includes an interactive Kids Club section with an increasing membership, news, breed features, regular competitions and giveaways. Our readers are people who are passionate about their dogs and want to give them the best quality life. We feature the latest products on the market in Hot Products, Bone-Anza Giveaways, the Business Directory and related articles. We also do not shy away from reporting on controversial issues, such as dangerous dogs laws, puppy farming and designer dogs.
In addition, the magazine gives readers the opportunity to send in their questions to experts in healthcare and dog behaviour, for personalised advice about pet problems. Leading the popular Ain’t Misbehaving segment, renown registered animal behaviour specialist Dr Kersti Seksel answers enquiries about behaviour. Veterinarian Dr Michael Archinal, also celebrity TV presenter on the Channel Nine’s Mornings With Kerri-Anne TV show, answers all healthcare questions great and small.
Dogs Life also features regular dog obedience training articles written by Karin Bridge, president of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers of Australia. From off-leash etiquette and dealing with aggression to teaching sign language, agility and toileting, Karin explains how to train our dogs with easy-to-read steps.
Dogs Life editor Tim Falk regularly appears on Pet Talk Radio and other radio stations around the country over the latest topics featured in the magazine. Dogs Life’s Pooch Weight Pawtrol Program previously featured on Channel Nine’s Current Affairs program and winter coats roadtest on the Mornings With Kerri-Anne show.
All Dogs Life articles are comprehensively researched and showcase interviews with experts in the pet industry. Dogs Life magazine is the authority on raising dogs.
Universal Magazines is one of Australia's most successful print and digital publishing companies. With more than 50 print titles and over 10 online destinations, we spend time getting to know the needs of people who have special interests. Universal Magazines' multitude of specialist titles and web sites also provide an avenue for marketers of specialist products and services to reach out to their target markets.
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