Dogs Life Updates

Wallacia Wally KCA

On June 18th, 2008

Wallacia Wally KCA

On June 18th, 2008

 Koolie C. 61cm, 34 kgs with athletic action.Height and substance plus outstanding trainability and type. Standing in Sydney and the Hunter, but frozen semen available.      M: 0423 464 505   

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Schipperke

On June 17th, 2008

Schipperke

On June 17th, 2008

A small, active breed with a fox-like face, the Schipperke makes a wonderful (and different) family companion. By Melinda McHugh.

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Travelling With Pets

On June 17th, 2008

Travelling With Pets

On June 17th, 2008

Have you thought about holidaying/travelling with pets overseas, or scored that dream job in the United Kingdom but can’t bear to leave your pooch behind? Mei Yen Chua investigates the quarantine and travel procedures that need to be followed before you can skip town with your dog. People planning to travel to England with their […]

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Rescuing Bali Street Dogs

On June 17th, 2008

Rescuing Bali Street Dogs

On June 17th, 2008

Indonesia is home to hundreds of stray dogs that are struggling to stay alive. David Verrall follows rescue groups on a relentless mission to end the suffering and the rescuing Bali street dogs. Linda Buller, Aussie artist, doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and animal lover, makes her home in a valley at the back of […]

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Ease pain in dogs

On June 16th, 2008

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Ease pain in dogs

On June 16th, 2008

Like humans, animals experience pain. The only difference is how they convey it. Wendy Barlett finds out what to look out for and how to help ease pain in dogs. Our pets cannot tell us when they are in pain they can only show us. To understand the clues, we need to interact with them […]

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Dave Rabbit & Fish

On June 15th, 2008

Dave Rabbit & Fish

On June 15th, 2008

Dave Rabbit speaks to Nadia Crighton about his four-legged best friend, Fish It is always refreshing to meet celebrities who love their dogs. Its even more refreshing to learn the dog is a much-loved member of the family. For Dave Rabbit, the popular host on hip radio station NOVA 96.9FM Drive Show both of these […]

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For most of us, our pets are integral members of our family and we simply could not imagine our lives without them. Why is it then, that so many pets are surrendered each year? Millie Chandler reports on abandoned animals. Australia has one of the highest rates of pet ownership in the world, with over […]

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Online dating with dogs

On June 13th, 2008

Online dating with dogs

On June 13th, 2008

We all know dogs give unconditional love, but did you know they can help us find love too? If you’re looking for a little romance, you may discover there is a dating service right there at the end of your leash! Hsin-Yi Cohen reports on online dating with dogs. Deborah Wood, author of The Dog […]

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Acupuncture for dogs

On June 11th, 2008

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Acupuncture for dogs

On June 11th, 2008

Acupuncture for dogs is an age-old treatment capable of helping with many of their common ailments. Rachel Belshaw takes a closer look at this holistic therapy. The history of veterinary acupuncture dates back more than 4000 years, with its roots China. Australia adopted this alternative treatment decades ago for use in both domestic and exotic […]

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Collie

On June 9th, 2008

Collie

On June 9th, 2008

Facts Personality: Active, alert, friendly and intelligent breed. Both Rough and Smooth Collies need regular physical and mental stimulation to ensure they grow into happy and healthy adult dogs. Suitablity: People who accept them as part of the household and have the time to train their dog. Collies enjoy spending time with their family and […]

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