Dogs Life Updates

Jump in


The Christmas Parade: a poem by Jeanie Axton

Full of importance On Pageant Day Our canine friends Are out to play Santa costumes Christmas grins White beards flowing From hairy chins Music and laughter Christmas cheer The town comes alive This time of year Thousands of locals Line the street Applauding our friends As they wag to the beat The talk of the […]

Read more »


Tenterfield Terrier

On December 6th, 2017

Tenterfield Terrier

On December 6th, 2017

Originating in England, local hunters developed a need for a small, agile dog capable of chasing foxes from their dens.

Read more »


It’s common for dogs to be a little over-protective of their bowl or favourite toy. But, as Kristie Bradfield discovers, behaviour like this can become dangerous if it’s not addressed. Dogs are funny creatures. When they find something they love, they’ll love it until there’s nothing left to love. And they’ll protect and guard it […]

Read more »


French Bulldog

On November 21st, 2017

French Bulldog

On November 21st, 2017

The French Bulldog is a small, stocky and miniature bulldog breed hailing from England. The companion dog makes a great addition to the family and is active, alert and affectionate. Not accustom to the heat, the French Bulldog, or ‘Frenchie’ as it’s affectionately known, needs a lot of care in the warmer months. French Bulldog […]

Read more »


Jump in


Top 5 dog beaches in and around Brisbane - DOGSLife Magazine

Summer is heating up so we’ve found some of the best dog friendly beaches in Queensland

Read more »


Jump in


Legs in the Air: a poem by Jeanie Axton

What have you been eating Brock? That is causing quite a stink Was it green and red? Or yellow, brown and pink? What have you been eating Brock? The smell is really bad Was it a piece of carrot cake? You stole from snoring Dad What have you been eating Brock? The whole house it […]

Read more »


Pekingese

On November 8th, 2017

Pekingese

On November 8th, 2017

Once the dog of emperors and kings, today the regal Pekingese is an affectionate and loving pet. Laura Greaves reports. Facts Pekingese Personality: Though they can be stubborn and jealous, Pekingese are devoted one-person dogs, and are very affectionate with those they respect. They are intelligent, are relatively easy to train and, if properly socialised, […]

Read more »


Fighting bush ticks on dogs

On November 8th, 2017

Jump in


Fighting-Ticks

Fighting bush ticks on dogs

On November 8th, 2017

Thousands of dogs in Australia are affected each year by tick poisoning. With a bit of common sense and a lot of vigilance, your four-legged friend need never become a tick statistic. We find out the symptoms and show you some clever ways to fight bush ticks on dogs It happened so quickly. One day […]

Read more »


When you hit the road with your furry friend, it can be hard to know which places will allow you to take your pet with you. Thanks to Travelling with Pets on Australia’s East Coast, holidays are about to get a whole lot simpler! This book identifies a host of great pet-friendly accommodation options — […]

Enter Here »


Are you a Sydney local? Or perhaps you’re coming to visit one of our nation’s greatest cities with your furry friend. Either way, Sydney For Dogs is bound to make your experience unique, ensuring you and your canine pal indulge in the best sights and activities the city has to offer the two of you. […]

Enter Here »