Dogs Life Updates

We speak to V8 Supercar driver Chaz Mostert about his gorgeous dogs, Bangers and Mash.   I remember the first time I saw my pet… It was at a well-known pet shop recommended to me on the Gold Coast. I had intended to just get one Daschie but when I first saw them they just […]

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Must Have Latest Doggy Products

On October 5th, 2018

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Must Have Latest Doggy Products

On October 5th, 2018

Here are the latest doggy products the DOGSLife team has gone barking mad for. Emmi-pet It’s a fact: by the age of about two years, 80 per cent of dogs show their first symptoms of dental disorders. Keep your pet’s chompers in the very best shape you can using Emmi-pet. This fabulous product offers motion- […]

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german spitz

The remarkable German Spitz has a smile worth a million dollars and the personality to match. By Dr Rob Zammit. Like the Poodle, Schnauzer and Dachshund, the German Spitz comes in more than one size. There is the Klein, between 23-29cm, and the Mittel, 30-38cm. It’s believed the German Spitz descended from Samoyed-type dogs which […]

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dog-friendly beach

Where can you and your pet enjoy a relaxing summer getaway? Tim Falk looks at some of the best dog-friendly holiday destinations on the east coast.   School’s out, work is winding down and summer is finally here. It’s time to pack your bags and hit the road for a family getaway — and no […]

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dog film set

Want to see your dog on the big screen? Animal trainer and handler Peta Clarke tells us it’s important to have the right dog for the job.   It’s not every dog that loves the limelight. This is a really important thing to recognise as we move forward in looking for and ultimately selecting a […]

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It’s far easier to teach your pooch good habits from the start than to retrain your dog later. Danielle Chenery asks the experts for their top tips on stopping dogs from jumping up. Nothing says “I love you” like the full-bodied greeting of an excited pooch jumping on its master after any absence, long or […]

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dog panting

Ever wondered why your dog pants, or worried that it’s sounding a little … odd? Mel Hearse finds out all the things there are to know about dogs and their pants (not of the tracksuit variety!).   All dogs pant. Some do it often; some do it a little. They may be loud or quiet […]

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Is the food we feed our furry friends really what it claims to be? Kristie Bradfield shines a light on the labels. We all live busy, busy lives. We have jobs to think about, bills to worry about, families to raise. We are living in fast forward and sometimes that means we get a little […]

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chinese acupuncture

Chinese medicine has been used to restore health for thousands of years. Sophia Auld explores how it might be just what the vet ordered.   Pam and Allen Crampton were distressed to discover that the black cyst on their beloved Malamute’s hind leg was a cancerous mast cell tumour. While surgery successfully removed Maddison’s tumour […]

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dog playtime

Forget toys and clothes; here are the five presents your dog really wants this festive season. Tim Falk reports. Are you unsure what to get your dog this Christmas? Have you already sorted gifts for everyone else but are still tossing up whether to get your pooch a new toy, a stylish new outfit or […]

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