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What have you been eating Brock? That is causing quite a stink Was it green and red? Or yellow, brown and pink? What have you been eating Brock? The smell is really bad Was it a piece of carrot cake? You stole from snoring Dad What have you been eating Brock? The whole house it […]

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When you hit the road with your furry friend, it can be hard to know which places will allow you to take your pet with you. Thanks to Travelling with Pets on Australia’s East Coast, holidays are about to get a whole lot simpler! This book identifies a host of great pet-friendly accommodation options — […]

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Are you a Sydney local? Or perhaps you’re coming to visit one of our nation’s greatest cities with your furry friend. Either way, Sydney For Dogs is bound to make your experience unique, ensuring you and your canine pal indulge in the best sights and activities the city has to offer the two of you. […]

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Keep your dog looking stylish with the gear from Animals in Charge. The team of Alex, Mel and Pixel (husband, wife and, of course, dog) are from Melbourne and have a passion for the old world — each item they make is inspired by simple, tried and tested techniques. We love their quality hand-stamped brass […]

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Get every issue of DOGSLife delivered straight to your door with a subscription to your favourite canine-focused publication. Packed with news, information and heart-warming tales, this magazine is all about the four-legged members of our family that take up so much room in our hearts. For more information, visit universalshop.com.au Competition closes January 25, 2018. […]

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5 tips for dealing with your dog's seasonal allergies

From scratching to ‘hot spots’ and plenty of other irritating symptoms, seasonal allergies can cause a raft of problems for your furry friend. Spring has sprung and while many of us rejoice at the onset of some warmer weather, there are plenty of people who dread the season for one simple reason: it signals the […]

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Foster Boxer Eight cute little piglets Grunting and Squealing today Because a Boxer named Treasure Came bounding their way A stray herself Treasure played her part Taking the eight little piglets Straight into her heart She rounded them up With cuddles and licking Her milk came in With the suckling and kicking On a farm […]

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Sometimes, despite our best efforts, our dogs just don’t want to behave. We investigate what can be done to train a stubborn pooch. These days, Duchess the Groodle is the model of a well-behaved family pet. Seven years ago, however, it was a very different story. Despite owner Pam Brossman’s diligent efforts to train her, […]

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5 brain boosters for your dog

On September 28th, 2017

5 brain boosters for your dog

On September 28th, 2017

Boost your dog’s brain power and prevent boredom with these five stimulating games and activities. Most dog owners know the importance of physical exercise for their furry friend. A long morning walk, a run on the beach, frolicking at the local off-leash park — they’re all great ways to get your dog’s heart rate up […]

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Caring for a senior pet: what you need to know

Brought to you by Greencross Vets Watching our pets grow older is a comforting and rewarding experience. It’s hard to believe the same bundle of energy that would rush around the yard or jump from one piece of furniture to another, is now the same calm and kind old friend curled at our feet. Dogs […]

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