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Cutting dog nails

On March 6th, 2008

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Poodle gets a pet-i-cure

Cutting dog nails

On March 6th, 2008

Overly long nails can cause several health problems, not to mention drive you up the wall with the continuous clicking and clacking on your kitchen tiles. Not only can failing to trim your dogs nails result in painful ingrowns, turning walking into an agonising experience, but it also makes it difficult for your dog to […]

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Bellarouge

On March 5th, 2008

Bellarouge

On March 5th, 2008

Leanne and Shawn of Bellarouge are devoted to breeding the beautiful Dogue De Bordeaux, with some destined to be winners in the show ring and others to be wonderful, good natured canine companions for families. To produce healthy, exceptional examples of the Dogue De Bordeaux, Bellarouges breeding program involves breeding with some of the best […]

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Nundialla English Setters

On March 4th, 2008

Nundialla English Setters

On March 4th, 2008

Enquiries, contact Marlene Cross. PH: 02 4889 9572

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Rastaz

On February 27th, 2008

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Rastaz

On February 27th, 2008

We breed quality pedigree registered Pulis that excel in show, obedience and agility competition and as loving companions. Our puppies are well socialised and are raised in a family environment. All puppies are microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and have a registered pedigree. We regularly import some of the best lines from the USA and Europe to […]

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Alaskan Malamute

On February 27th, 2008

Alaskan Malamute

On February 27th, 2008

Facts Personality: The Alaskan Malamute is highly intelligent, powerful and independent. They are a strong-willed breed and can be extremely stubborn at times, however, they are also friendly, sociable, fun-loving companions. Favourite activities: This breed will love as much exercise as you can give it, thriving on activities such as swimming, agility, sledding and weight-pull […]

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Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

On February 27th, 2008

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Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

On February 27th, 2008

Various studies have found that up to 50 per cent of dogs older than 11 years show at least one sign of cognitive decline that leads to Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome. Rachel Belshaw investigates this common disease and finds out how we can help our ageing canines. As many humans age, they develop a disease […]

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Cooinda Kennels, Bracken Ridge

On February 25th, 2008

Cooinda Kennels, Bracken Ridge

On February 25th, 2008

Working/Obedience/Companion, Koolie bloodlines. Koolie at Stud to approved bitches. Pups by order. Promoting Koolie ethics. Member of the Koolie Club of Australia Contact: Andrew Coombe PH: 0402 817 367

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Off-Leash Stress Free

On February 25th, 2008

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Off-Leash Stress Free

On February 25th, 2008

Most owners love taking their dogs to off-leash areas. However for some, off-leash time can be the most terrifying experience. If you are concerned about unclipping the lead to let your dog roam free, Dogs Life has some great tips on how your dog can be off leash while you remain in control and stress […]

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Jack Russell

On February 24th, 2008

Jack Russell

On February 24th, 2008

Jack Russell dogs are full of energy, are fun-loving and are suitable for dog obedience games like agility. Facts Personality: The JRT is lively, enthusiastic, fun loving and eager to please. They will thrive if exercised daily and included as part of the family. Suitable for: Active people who enjoy spending time with, exercising and […]

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Benefits Of Walking Your Dog

On February 24th, 2008

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Benefits Of Walking Your Dog

Benefits Of Walking Your Dog

On February 24th, 2008

Walking keeps dogs fit physically and mentally, allowing them to interact with people and animals and explore their environment. Caroline Zambrano spoke to experts about the epidemic of under-exercise in Australian dogs and why we need to get our dogs out and about every day. Dogs tell us they love walks its the highlight of […]

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