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It’s hard to believe that four out of five dog and cat patients over three years of age have some form of dental disease. While many people believe that bad breath is normal for their furry friends, it can be an indication of dental disease. What causes dental disease? Dental disease, or periodontal disease, is […]

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Cures for bad dog breath

On January 10th, 2016

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Cures for bad dog breath

On January 10th, 2016

Finding yourself in the firing line of a dog with bad breath is enough to send you reeling. Wendy Bartlett finds cures for bad dog breath. Dogs love to dig up old bones, sneak food from the cat bowl or scavenge partly decomposed scraps from the compost bin. This behaviour may cause temporary dog bad […]

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15x Rufus & Coco Breath Buddy

On October 16th, 2015

15x Rufus & Coco Breath Buddy

On October 16th, 2015

Cuddles and smooches are a wonderful part of life with pets, but sometimes their breath may be a bit off.

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Fresh Breath Treats

On October 8th, 2015

Fresh Breath Treats

On October 8th, 2015

Pet product of the year, Julius den-twist Fresh Breath treats, exercises your dog’s teeth and gums, helps freshen breath and contains added vitamins and minerals with no artificial flavours. It makes a great reward, snack or treat! Julius treats are available at your nearest Aldi store.

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R&C Breath Buddy & pup

On August 23rd, 2015

R&C Breath Buddy & pup

On August 23rd, 2015

Is your pooch’s smooch a little on the nose? R&C Breath Buddy & pup could be just what you need!

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Do you recognise the behaviour and body language that could indicate your pet is in pain? Tim Falk reports. No dog lover likes to see their pet in any sort of pain. Whether it’s the aching joints of arthritis or simply a visit to the vet that requires them to endure some brief discomfort, we […]

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Deafness: The Sound of Silence

On June 14th, 2021

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Deafness: The Sound of Silence

On June 14th, 2021

Deafness is common in dogs and in many cases cannot be reversed. Caroline Zambrano finds out which breeds are prone to hearing loss and how to live with a deaf dog.   Ivy is a special dog for many reasons. A mix of enchanting beauty and loving personality, the two-year-old blue-eyed Great Dane cross is […]

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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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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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Hugging Can Make Your Dog Annoyed?

On October 5th, 2018

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Hugging Can Make Your Dog Annoyed?

On October 5th, 2018

Could some of the things you do every day be a source of constant annoyance for your dog? Tim Falk finds out. Do you ever get the feeling that your dog sometimes finds you a bit annoying? Does your pet ever roll his eyes at you or seem impatient when you’re slow to grasp whatever […]

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