Dog Stories

Tens of thousands of dogs are surrendered to animal shelters every year, so its important to consider the consequences before choosing your dog, puppy vs adult. Rachel Belshaw reports. Deciding between getting a puppy or adult dog is important as both have their advantages and disadvantages. However, you need to take into account your home […]

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New research underway in the UK has dogs incredible sense of smell at the forefront of disease detection, reports Sonia Hickey. The joke goes like this: a man runs into the vet’s office carrying his parrot, screaming for help. The vet rushes him into an examination room. He carefully examines the still, limp body of […]

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Scrapbooking for your dog

On February 21st, 2008

Scrapbooking for your dog

On February 21st, 2008

In memory of her beloved childhood dog, Gracie, Allyson Corbett creates fun projects that would make great Christmas gifts for dogs and owners alike. SHARE your scrapbook creation with us Check out our GALLERY of other readers creations Growing up in my family, our dog Gracie was never neglected at Christmas. She probably understood and […]

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Dingo Extinction

On February 19th, 2008

Dingo Extinction

On February 19th, 2008

Australia’s native dog, the Dingo, could be heading in the same direction as the Tasmanian Tiger, one of this country’s most unfortunate and avoidable animal extinctions The Dingo, sometimes referred to as the Canis Familiaris Dingo, hasn’t had the best reputation in the past. But when you understand the nature of the dog, it becomes […]

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Animal Cruelty

On February 16th, 2008

Animal Cruelty

On February 16th, 2008

Each year, the RSPCA prosecutes people who are cruel to animals – all animals – whether they are dogs, cats, cows, goats, sheep or rabbits. Animal cruelty crosses all species, but the laws in each state and territory are different. Jilea Carney finds that getting these laws enforced is the problem. Warning: Parts of this […]

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