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Don't Fret Pet

maltese shih tzu
in Dog, Dog Care, New Puppy, Special Pups

Maltese Shih Tzu – the perfect breed for you? The Maltese Shih Tzu has a variety of shortened names in various countries.  These names include Malshi, Mal-Shi, Malt-Tzu, Malti zu, Shih-tese and Shima.  They are...

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November 25, 2020
christmas pet mugs
in Cat, Dog, Pet Care

Christmas Pet Mugs

Christmas Pet Mugs 20% off until midnight, Monday, 23 November, 2020 Christmas pet mugs are a cute gift for a friend or family or even a special treat for yourself.  In a dilemma about what...

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November 19, 2020
Custom pet mugs
in Cat, Dog, Pet Care

Custom Pet Mugs

Custom Pet Mugs Custom pet mugs are a wonderful gift for a friend or a lovely treat for yourself.  Dog and cat lovers tell us that they get a lot of pleasure drinking from a...

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November 13, 2020
dog sleeping
in Dog, Pet Behaviour

Dog Sleeping Habits

Dog sleeping habits can be so amusing.  Read some of the funny stories from our Subscribers and Clients about their dogs and their amusing dog sleeping anecdotes… Your findings may save the relationship. Although my...

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November 01, 2020
fitness
in Dog, Dog Care

Get Fit With Your Dog

Is Your Dog Out of Shape? Strive For Fitness Together! Fitness for both you and your dog are equally important.  While there are ways to exercise your dog while being lazy yourself, it only makes...

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October 14, 2020
Does your dog have doggie dreams?
in Dog

Doggie Dreams

Do you wonder if there is such a thing as doggie dreams? What pet parent hasn’t wondered what their fur babies dream of? We’ve witnessed them twitching and running in their sleep, but do they...

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October 14, 2020
running with your dog
in Dog, Pet Training

Running With Your Dog

11 Tips to Help You to Enjoy Running with Your Dog Running with your dog is a fun way to spend time together and will help to keep both of you fit and healthy.  Dogs...

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September 11, 2020
ticks
in Pet Care

Watch Out For Ticks

Paralysis Ticks   Paralysis ticks live mostly on the eastern seaboard of Australia, from North Queensland to Northern Victoria. Whilst in the northern parts of Australia paralysis ticks may be found all year round, in...

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August 28, 2020