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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Don’t have a dog to walk? Borrow a Neighbours

Don’t have a dog to walk? Borrow a Neighbours

Dog walking is such an enjoyable and healthy activity. It’s good for our fitness, mental wellbeing and also helps us to make new friends. Getting out and about is also great for dogs for all the same reasons. A dog that doesn’t get enough exercise is prone to boredom, digging, barking, destructiveness and obesity. Sadly [...]

June 28, 2012 DrAish Dog, Dr Aish, Exercise, Health, Hot Topics

Kitty KONG

Kitty KONG

With its lightweight construction, the Kitty KONG toy can be easily batted, rolled, or bounced by cats. Increase excitement by filling it with treats or a bit of KONG Easy Treat for cats — a salmon flavored paste cats love. Alone or filled with treats, the Kitty KONG is a great way to address an [...]

June 24, 2012 Audrey Popular Products

Should your cat be in at night?

Should your cat be in at night?

Councils across Victoria may have different local laws in regards to the confinement of cats but all Victorian Councils do have the power to; Specify hours during which a cat may not be outside its owners premises Make an order to prohibit the presence of cats in any public area of the municipal district of [...]

June 21, 2012 Rob Behaviour, Cat, Hot Topics

Getting your cat to use its litter tray

Getting your cat to use its litter tray

I think we all have experienced the unpleasant clean up of cat business, if you haven’t you aren’t missing much! Here’s a few tips that may help to get your cat to use its litter tray! If a cat makes a mess and it isn’t in its litter tray, clean it up straight up and [...]

June 20, 2012 Rob Behaviour, Cat

Tips to get your dog to stop digging

Tips to get your dog to stop digging

If your dog loves tearing up holes in the ground, he’s not that unusual. Dogs dig because they’re bored, they’re looking for an escape, they need more attention or they just haven’t been trained yet. However, before you can stop him from digging in the dirt, you need to understand why he’s doing it. If [...]

June 18, 2012 Audrey Behaviour, Dog

Choosing Your New Dog

Choosing Your New Dog

Choosing a dog isn’t as simple as going down to the pet store and picking up a puppy. As fun as dog ownership can be, there are several major points you should consider before you welcome a new dog into your life. Breed Some dogs shed hair like crazy; others are hairless. Some breeds have a reputation for being [...]

June 18, 2012 Rob Behaviour, Dog, Uncategorized

Problem Barking

Problem Barking

What causes a dog to bark excessively? Although some breeds have a tendency to bark more than others, a variety of factors, such as improper confinement and environmental conditions, can provoke an otherwise quiet dog into a barking frenzy. So-called “problem barking” affects not just the pet owner, but also the neighbours, making it imperative [...]

June 18, 2012 Audrey Behaviour, Dog, Training, Uncategorized

Keeping Our Senior Pets Comfortable This Winter

Keeping Our Senior Pets Comfortable This Winter

The autumn leaves are falling and the cold winds are blowing. Winter is on its way. With the turn of the seasons some of our senior pets, especially those with arthritis, are starting to feel the chill in their bones. Ensure your pet is kept comfortable this winter with a few simple suggestions. Just like [...]

June 18, 2012 DrAish Dr Aish, Health, Hot Topics

EzyDog Quick Fit Harness

EzyDog Quick Fit Harness

Suitable for dogs who weigh 2kg up to larger dogs. [...]

June 18, 2012 Audrey Popular Products

Aussie Dog – Staffie Ball

Aussie Dog – Staffie Ball

For the hardest player of them all. Developed for use with lions Tigers Bears. Suitable for Staffie and Staffie x breeds or any dog in the 30-50kg range. [...]

June 18, 2012 Rob Popular Products