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The heat is on: how to keep your dog cool this summer

Is your dog feeling the heat this summer? Tim Falk investigates how to beat the heat and help your pet stay cool. Is there any better feeling than knowing there are three long months of summer stretching out in front of you, every day of which can be enjoyed with your dog by your side? […]

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Pet-Mat heating pad

On May 25th, 2017

Pet-Mat heating pad

On May 25th, 2017

Designed in Australia, Pet-Mats use the latest in heating technology to provide one of the safest heating pads on the market Using Positive Temperature Coefficient technology, which provides a more controlled and safer heat, the Pet-Mat only transfers heat when there is contact with the mat. The Pet-Mat also self-regulates temperature and is waterproof. The […]

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Puppy parties are almost as popular as kids’ ones these days. Caroline Zambrano finds out how to throw the perfect dog birthday party for your pampered pooch. Whether it’s your dog’s first birthday or it’s headed into double digits, throwing your pooch a dog birthday party with your best doggy mates can be a wonderful […]

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How many words should your dog understand and how can you increase their vocabulary? Tim Falk reports The ability to effectively communicate with your dog is a skill every canine owner should have. From understanding his or her name and basic commands, through to more complex behaviours such as coming when called, you and your […]

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Why do dogs growl?

On March 30th, 2017

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Why do dogs growl

Why do dogs growl?

On March 30th, 2017

When a dog growls, this is bad, right? Katie Cincotta finds out why this common misconception isn’t necessarily true You don’t have to be Dr Doolittle to know that when a dog growls, it’s time to listen. Seasoned animal behaviourist Dr Joanne Righetti explains that growling is a canine vocalisation that communicates a dog’s intentions […]

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6 boredom busters for your dog

On March 28th, 2017

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Boredom busters

6 boredom busters for your dog

On March 28th, 2017

Keep your dog out of trouble with these six great boredom-busting ideas from Tim Falk   A bored dog left home alone can cause a whole lot of trouble. From digging up your backyard to destroying your furniture, ripping washing off the line and driving the neighbours mad with incessant barking, any pooch that loses […]

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The world of military working dogs

On February 3rd, 2017

The world of military working dogs

On February 3rd, 2017

They protect us but they have four feet instead of two. As we approach Remembrance Day, Danielle Chenery explores the world of military working dogs.

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Sometimes our furry friends get into troubling situations, such as running across the road or eating something they shouldn’t. Dog behaviour expert Laura Vissaritis provides advice on how to keep your dog safe.

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By Dr Katrina Warren, PAW by Blackmores ambassador

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Tips for taking your dog on a boat

On December 2nd, 2016

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Tips for taking your dog on a boat

On December 2nd, 2016

Tips for how to keep your dog safe on a boat.

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