Dog Care


20
Aug 2020
dog breed weight

For your dog’s health it is important to keep them at a good weight that is appropriate for their breed. Signs of obesity in your dog include : difficulty in seeing or feeling their ribs, spine or waistline a sagging abdomen reluctance to go for walks or walking more slowly than in the past excessive panting appearing tired and lazy. assistance getting up and down, in and out of vehicles refusal to move or play games. The following is a list of recommended weights for many dog breeds, both male and female......

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20
Aug 2020
fitness

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 sense to get in shape together. Just like people, dogs that are healthy and fit are happier and live longer. Your dog doesn’t ask much from you but provides so much. Give your dog and yourself the gift of fitness and longevity. Get fit with your dog and share some quality time together with these activities  ......

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16
Aug 2020
Designer dog bed

Would Your Dog Prefer A Designer Dog Bed? Do you have a discerning dog who feels that only the best designer dog bed will do? We all want the best for our dogs so why not splash out and treat them to a very special dog bed. Whether you’re the proud human of a Toy Poodle or a Golden Retriever there’s a designer dog bed on which your furkid will feel very regal. Designer Dog Sofas Does your dog know deep down that they are not a dog?  Then they might prefer......

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11
Aug 2020
old dog needing orthopaedic dog bed

Orthopaedic Dog Bed For A Special Dog An orthopaedic dog bed can help to keep your dog comfortable and pain free. Finding the right orthopaedic dog bed for your dog can be challenging, with so many to choose from.  To help you to choose the one that is most suitable for your best friend read this handy orthopaedic dog bed review. An orthopaedic dog bed offers more support than a standard dog bed.  This makes it a good choice for older dogs as well as pooches that suffer from joint or mobility......

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07
Aug 2020
Best Dog Beds Australia

Choosing the Best Dog Bed for Your Dog The best dog bed for your best friend can be a difficult choice to make.  Dogs sleep around 80% of the day.  So, it is important to choose the bed that is just right for your pooch. We have done the hard work and reviewed the best dog beds available in Australia.  We have also tried to find you the beds at the best price.  The categories we have grouped the beds in is: Snuggle beds for dogs who like to curl up Flat......

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31
Jul 2020
best dog crates

Choosing the best dog crate or dog playpen for your pup? Dog crate vs dog playpen – confused?  We have researched the pros and cons of both of these to make it easier for you to choose what is right for your furkid. Choosing the best dog playpen for your dog Training puppies can be a daunting task.  They are all adorable and so much fun but not so cute when they pee or poop on your carpet or chew your best shoes or destroy parts of your furniture. Pups and young......

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24
Jul 2020
best dog food

Dog Food Dilemma How do you choose the best dog food that is appropriate for your dog?  There are so many different types and brands of dog food available these days that choosing the right one for your dog can be a daunting task so we have done some research to make it easier for you.  You might also want to check that the food you are currently feeding your dog is up to standard as it is a proven fact that what you feed your dog will play a crucial role......

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09
Mar 2018
peanut butter and dogs

We have all given our pups peanut butter at some point. Whether it be for bribery to take the tablet or as a treat.   The problem is, too much peanut butter can kill your fur baby. This is an issue that is on the rise and has come to light more recently as a result of more and more manufacturers including an ingredient called xylitol in their peanut butter. Xylitol is harmless to humans and is used throughout the food industry. For years and years the ingredient has been used in......

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18
Oct 2017
destructive dog behaviour

Destructive dogs can really try your patience so read on for tips on preventing this behaviour Destructive dogs can go through toys like nobody’s business and they will get bored very easily. This is particularly true for more intelligent dogs. These boredom busters are great to give your dog some play variety! We have tried to keep these tips simple using some materials available to everyone as well as some great boredom busting toys that are available. Toys you can make to prevent destructive dog behaviour Recycle an old t-shirt The first......

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17
Oct 2017
Don't Fret Pet! 101's: Doggie Diet

We know our four-legged companions love snacks and treats. Who doesn’t love snacks? It’s hard sometimes to not give in to your pooch and it’s near impossible to resist those puppy dog eyes, watching you as you eat your snacks. The problem is, your dog shouldn’t be eating a lot of the foods that we eat. Their tummies can be easily upset. Good training can ensure they do not beg. Ideally, your pooch should be able to sit near you when you are eating without obviously begging but it’s not always an......

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