Did you know Kryton has dogs as well?

Thursday, 20 March 2014 4:15:31 PM Australia/Sydney

In the new Man of Steel movie, Kryton blew up really quickly so we never go to see their planet, but it turns out that they have dogs as well (Corgi's in particular).

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Wanted: Shoplifting Cat

Tuesday, 11 March 2014 2:28:31 PM Australia/Sydney

Shoplifting cat

Japan on the lookout for shoplifting cat.

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Selfie by a Cat

Friday, 7 March 2014 2:15:31 PM Australia/Sydney

After watching the 2014 Oscar, this cat deicdes to join the crowd...........

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Moon Bear Bile Farming - The Worst Animal Cruelty You Will Ever See

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 4:13:37 PM Australia/Sydney

We don’t normally write about bears, but when we came across this horrible article about bile farming using moon bears, our hearts stopped for a second. We had to write a post about it as we believe this is quite possibly THE worst thing mankind has ever done to an animal, in fact,  to any living thing.  So for those who do know what bile farming is, please read about it and stop buying bile related products!

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Ferret Keeping – Cage time + Play time.

Friday, 7 February 2014 2:20:43 PM Australia/Sydney

Despite common belief, ferrets are not rodents but part of the weasel family. Ferrets are clean, sociable animals that enjoy human companionship however they can also be destructive and are escape artist so they must be under constant supervision when not in their cage.

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New Puppy Checklist

Thursday, 16 January 2014 3:50:11 PM Australia/Sydney

A new puppy brings a lot of love, fun, tail wagging and slobbery kisses, but..... that adorable little bundle of fur is going to need a lot from you if he is to grow up to be a happy, healthy dog.

Preparation is the key, and if you buy the essentials, know the basics of puppy-care, and have a rough idea of your planned daily routine, those first few weeks will be much easier for everyone!

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Einstein The Famous Talking African Grey Parrot!

Thursday, 16 January 2014 3:07:57 PM Australia/Sydney

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Busted! Barking Cat

Thursday, 16 January 2014 3:02:52 PM Australia/Sydney

Before you scold your dog for nuisance barking...

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Taking In a Retired Guide Dog: Adopting a Pet that Has Served Others

Thursday, 9 January 2014 3:10:03 PM Australia/Sydney

 

Some of the most selfless and altruistic creatures on earth are guide dogs, who help those who are less able to function seamlessly in society. Whether a physical disability, traumatic stress disorder, or other condition afflicts the owner of a guide dog, these canines are trained to loyally protect their owner, accomplish everyday tasks, and help them to achieve success in their workplace. However, there comes a time in each guide dog’s life when it is necessary to retire: though these dogs are still agile, fit, and healthy, their ability to perform the complex tasks required of their service is diminished with age.

Perhaps it is now our turn to help them back?

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Does Your Dog Need a Diet?

Tuesday, 26 November 2013 5:46:32 PM Australia/Sydney



Many of us look at overweight and obese animals and think that they are just really chubby and cute; however, you may not realize that your are shortening their lives and placing unnecessary strain on their body. The unfortunate reality is that while you may think these fat animals are cute, they are in fact suffering. As there human caregiver you need to be aware of your animals needs, and be proactive about their health. This will help to solidify a long future together for you and your canine companion.

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Tips on choosing the right pet dog

Friday, 25 October 2013 4:54:07 PM Australia/Sydney

We know this is a widely discussed topic but we are still surpised by how many customers are choosing the wrong pet for threir homes! So we thought it may be worth bring this topic up again. Let's discuss the various things you should consider when choosing a pet dog.

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Tips on crate training a stubborn old dog

Friday, 6 September 2013 2:52:35 PM Australia/Sydney

If you buy your puppy from a reputable breeder, chances are your puppy is already somewhat crate-trained, i.e. it can stay relatively calm and comfortable when locked in a crate, and most breeders will actually recommend that you buy your own crate to continue this training. But what if you have an older dog that has never been crate trained? Here are some tips.

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Is synthetic grass good for pets?

Tuesday, 20 August 2013 3:45:41 PM Australia/Sydney

synthetic grass for pets

Let's face it, dogs (and large dogs in particular)  do not look after your garden, most of them do the exact opposite, they dig holes on your beautiful lawn, chew up your plants, leave mud everywhere when it rains. So people always wonder if they should have synthetic grass in their backyard. Is it bad for the dog? Will it last? is it hard to maintain? So let's have a look at synthetic grass for pets.

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Kennel Runs and Outdoor Enclosures for Large Dogs

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 3:05:54 PM Australia/Sydney

Outdoor dog kennel run

For those people who have large dogs at home, we are pretty sure many have had their garden and outdoor furniture destroyed by their dogs, and then there's also people who are still building or renovating their homes where is no back fencing to stop their dogs from escaping, so we are going to talk the types of outdoor enclosures, or outdoor kennel runs, for large dogs.

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Solution to your pet soiling its bed? Vetbeds!

Friday, 9 August 2013 4:18:10 PM Australia/Sydney

Although dogs naturally do not like to soil themselves (so they do not soil their beds), some may do it because of old age, sickness or just too young. Just how do you deal with this issue? Luckily this has always been a problem for vets because they deal with a lot of old and sick dogs, and their solution to the problem is Vetbeds!

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How to stop your dog from destroying the house

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 4:47:03 PM Australia/Sydney

 

One of the most common things we hear from customers is, "if I get this bed/toy/house, my dog will probably destroy it in 10min". So some people's solution to this problem is have as little things in the backyard/house as possible, in order to minimise the damage. But does that really work?

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Dogs travelling in cars

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 4:37:33 PM Australia/Sydney

As a lot of people may not realise (until they get caught one day), it is illegal to drive a car with an unrestrained dog in NSW and you could be fined over $400 for letting you dog roam around the car and stick its head out from the window!

This law was first introduced in July 2009, which stipulates that motorists must not drive a vehicle with an animal on their lap or preventing them from having proper control of the car, carries a penalty of three demerit points and $338, rising to $422 in a school zone.

If an animal is injured as a result of being unrestrained, owners also face up to six months' jail and fines of up to $5500 under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. The RSPCA managing inspector, Matthew French, said that even the Australian tradition of conveying dogs untethered on the back of utes could land drivers with on-the-spot fines of $500 under the Act.

So what can you do?
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How to stop a barking dog

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 4:19:10 PM Australia/Sydney

Barking Dog

One of the most common dog problem is nuisance barking. Except for a watch / guard dog, most people do not want their dogs to bark for extended periods. We have a few tips to help you solve your barking problem.

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How to choose the correct dog grooming brushes

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 4:08:12 PM Australia/Sydney

 

We often see customers (who have just bought their first puppy) came into our store, looking confused in front of the dog brushes. Some (unfortunately) would pick a random one, assuming that they are all the same. Well, since there are so many people out there buying the wrong brush for the wrong coat, I guess we could help to explain the most common brushes and what each one is for.

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About dog doors and cat doors

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 3:54:21 PM Australia/Sydney

For those who have a doggy door (or kitty door) at home, many have regarded it one of the best purchases they have ever made. Although this is simple flap-on-a-frame product may seem trivial, it's just amazing how it could make you and your pet's lives so much easier! No need to let your dog / cat in and out 10 times a day, they get more room to exercise, you have less mess to clean up in the house. Happy pet and happier owner.

So we will discuss the various types of pet doors here, and their pros and cons, so that you can get the best type that suits you.

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