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NSW Koolie Adoption Sydney, KCA

On March 16th, 2008

NSW Koolie Adoption Sydney, KCA

On March 16th, 2008

 We own two Rescued Koolies. Roxie was on death row. Dylan had a broken jaw and missing teeth. Lots of love and care. Both successfully competing in obedience & sheepdog training.       

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Epilepsy in dogs

On March 16th, 2008

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Epilepsy in dogs

On March 16th, 2008

Epilepsy in dogs can be dangerous and debilitating. Katie Cincotta learns that although there is no cure, treatment is available to manage the condition. Some describe it as an electrical storm in the brain when millions of nerve cells fire off all at once, causing a body meltdown known as a seizure. Those sudden fits […]

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Healthy Doggy Treats

On March 15th, 2008

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Healthy Doggy Treats

On March 15th, 2008

Dogs Life has been busy in the kitchen whipping up some grrreat doggy treats. Why not make your very own doggy hamper, full of great toys and treats for your favourite pooch. Puppy peanut crunchiesIngredients 1 tablespoon Honey 1 teaspoon Peanut Butter 1 egg 1 teaspoon baking soda !/4 cup rolled oats !/4 cup wholemeal flour […]

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English Setter

On March 13th, 2008

English Setter

On March 13th, 2008

Facts Personality: This gentle and noble dog makes a fantastic addition to any family. The breed is very adaptable and gets on extremely well with all family members, especially children. As long as your pooch is given a good dose of daily exercise and taken in as one of the pack, you will have an […]

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Mulgadane Kennels

On March 11th, 2008

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Mulgadane Kennels

On March 11th, 2008

 Striving to breed healthy and happy Great Danes for show or pet.      PH: 02 69562279  

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Flat Coated Retriever

On March 10th, 2008

Flat Coated Retriever

On March 10th, 2008

Flat Coated Retriever The Flat Coated Retriever was developed in the late 19th century, when hunters found they had a need for an efficient dog to retrieve their game. To develop a dog to meet their requirements, they experimented with the crossing of different breeds. It is believed that Sheepdogs were used for their trainability, […]

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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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Chalan Sealyham Terriers

On March 9th, 2008

Chalan Sealyham Terriers

On March 9th, 2008

* Small in size, loyal, loving * Intelligent Asthma Friendly * Rare Worldwide * Top winning bloodlines Inquiries welcome, contact Jane Hyman  PH: 03 5978 5157

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ITACOR

On March 7th, 2008

ITACOR

On March 7th, 2008

Guardian of the Future ITACOR – Est 2000 Proud and honoured as the pioneers, breeders, exhibitors and trainers to introduce the rare and unique Italian Corso Dog to Australia and New Zealand as the 52nd pure pedigree. Producing healthy, sound and quality dogs from imported Italian bloodlines making ITACOR one of the most sort after […]

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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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