Dogs Life Updates

The Purina Bark in the Park is on again for 2012, with five fun-filled stops scheduled for several capital cities throughout Australia from September through to November. This fantastic series of events offers dog owners the opportunity to come along for a fun-filled day of entertainment, with activities including free dog and cat samples, competitions, […]

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Careers In Natural Therapy

On June 7th, 2008

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Careers In Natural Therapy

On June 7th, 2008

A growing number of animal lovers are opting for a career in natural therapies as an alternative to traditional veterinary medicine. Hayley Stansell takes a closer look at the benefits of choosing a holistic profession and how it can improve the life of your animal. Educator and author Christine Scully was shocked when her mare, […]

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Eye care for dogs

On June 4th, 2008

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Eye care for dogs

On June 4th, 2008

Keeping your dogs eyes clean and healthy appears to be easy but dogs, just like humans, can suffer from various eye diseases. Michelle Minehan finds out the importance of recognising the signs of eye disease and gives you the know how to eye care for dogs. Veterinary ophthalmologist Dr Mark Billson from the Veterinary Specialist […]

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Avoiding A Christmas Crisis

On June 3rd, 2008

Avoiding A Christmas Crisis

On June 3rd, 2008

It’s not just us that are celebrating Christmas day, dogs are also taking part and ending up at vet hospitals around Australia. Alexandra Lazcano investigates what the most common reasons are for pooches ending up in Doggy ER. The weather Fortunately for us, we don’t have to huddle into our homes for a white Christmas; […]

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Natural Products

On May 31st, 2008

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Natural Products

On May 31st, 2008

This article first appeared in the May/June 2007 issue of Dogs Life.Whether you have a pooch with sensitive skin, a fussy eating habit or arthritic joints, an amazing array of natural products are available to help keep your canine happy and healthy. Dogs Life editor Caroline Zambrano finds out how these products can make a […]

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Paceaway Kennels

On May 30th, 2008

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Paceaway Kennels

On May 30th, 2008

 PACEAWAY KENNELS Paceaway Kennels began in 1967 after breeders Fran and Brian Matthews bought their first dalmatian bitch, Ch Mornington Marelle. Paceaway is dedicated to producing quality Dalmatians and, since starting their breeding program, have bred over 140 champions and five Grand Champions. To produce beautiful examples of the breed, Paceaway Kennels incorporates top American, […]

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Pug dogs

On May 30th, 2008

Pug dogs

On May 30th, 2008

Pug dogs are gentle in nature and are great as a family pet. Facts Personality: These little dogs will have you in stitches with their attention seeking comedy acts. They are made of heart-melting goodness with great temperament and inquisitive nature. Suitability: Great for singles or family environments that are looking for a charismatic companion. […]

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Dogs lifting its leg

On May 30th, 2008

Dogs lifting its leg

On May 30th, 2008

The title of this story may be a bit confusing or just plain interesting! While the correct terminology for a dog lifting its leg to wee is to cock (The Oxford Dictionary defines cock as to tilt something in a particular direction), some people prefer just to say lifting its leg. Dogs Life asked veterinarian […]

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20 Ways to Spoil your Dog

On May 29th, 2008

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20 Ways to Spoil your Dog

On May 29th, 2008

Katie Cincotta digs deep to find the top 20 ways to spoil your dog. With this kind of love and attention, they’re sure to behave like angels (well, that’s the theory, anyway). These days, you’re not so strange if you want to pamper your pooch. Especially not according to the latest spending figures, which show […]

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Dogs in Africa, Part 1

On May 29th, 2008

Dogs in Africa, Part 1

On May 29th, 2008

The relationship many African tribes have with their dogs is different to that of the Western world. Lorraine Chittock tells of the dogs and owners she has come across in her journey through Kenya. In the dry desert village of Maikona in Northern Kenya, dogs don’t wear collars or walk around on the end of […]

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