Understanding The Importance of Pet First Aid

Understanding The Importance of Pet First Aid

Pet first aid is the immediate care given when a pet is injured or suddenly takes ill while at home and, when necessary, with veterinary help. This knowledge can mean the difference between life and death; temporary and permanent disability; expensive veterinarian bills and reasonable home care. It is estimated that 25 percent more pets […]

How to celebrate Hug Your Dog Day

How to celebrate Hug Your Dog Day

TODAY IS Hug Your Dog Day Did you know HUG YOUR DOG DAY is NOT about actually hugging your dog (which stresses out most dogs anyway) ? Hug Your Dog Day is here to help remind you that your four legged companion deserves recognition, and the importance of building the bond between you by understanding […]

Flea Facts and Tick Truths [ Guest Post ] By Caroline Golon

Flea Facts and Tick Truths [ Guest Post ] By Caroline Golon

Remember to talk to your veterinarian about options best for your pet and your family before starting any treatment. Regardless of which options you choose, you and your pet will be glad you have a protection plan in place to keep those pesky pests away.   BLOG CONTRIBUTOR: Caroline Golon Caroline Golon is a frequent […]

Snout-To-Tail Wellness Assessment – Free Download

Snout-To-Tail Wellness Assessment – Free Download

Unfortunately thousands of pet are injured and die every year from preventable accidents. By knowing your pet’s health you can make a difference in the overall health, safety and care of your pet.   Click on the image below to download your FREE Snout-To-Tail Wellness Assessment !   This is thanks to Pet Tech, Inc. […]

How to Prevent Flea and Tick Infestations on Your Dog TIPS [ Guest Post ] By Caroline Golon

How to Prevent Flea and Tick Infestations on Your Dog TIPS [ Guest Post ] By Caroline Golon

Read the first part of this on-going article series about flea and tick prevention here.  Collars Flea and tick collars are designed to kill and/or repel fleas and ticks from your pet. Collars need to be in contact with your dog’s skin so the medication transfers to their skin and fur. Collars are a low-maintenance way to […]

How to Prevent Flea and Tick Infestations on Your Dog [ Guest Post ] By Caroline Golon

How to Prevent Flea and Tick Infestations on Your Dog [ Guest Post ] By Caroline Golon

Preventing flea and tick infestations will keep your dog happy and healthy. Fleas and ticks can be difficult to handle once an infestation begins. Here’s how to prevent a flea infestation and what you should do to treat your puppy or dog if an infestation occurs. What are fleas and ticks? Fleas Fleas are external […]

6 tips for taking great care of your diabetic pet

6 tips for taking great care of your diabetic pet

by Pet Industry Association of Australia staff Diabetes: there is probably no other diagnosis in the companion animal world that requires so much of the pet parent. When I make a diagnosis of diabetes in a cat or a dog, the first thing I do is have a serious conversation with the owner to make sure […]

My personal dog and cat nutrition journey ….

My personal dog and cat nutrition journey ….

Whilst I am up-front I am a distributor for Frontier Pets … I didn’t come about to decision to do so without a lot of thought and (years of) research myself into dog nutrition (as I’m a big believer that food is medicine esp. for our pets). My education started way back when I did […]

Should Australian Natives Be Kept As Pets ? [ Tim Faulkner Blog ]

Should Australian Natives Be Kept As Pets ? [ Tim Faulkner Blog ]

A question I am often asked is “should Australian wildlife be kept as pets?” and in many cases, this would make a lot of sense because we are allowed to keep a domestic cat as a pet, which in many cases are allowed to roam and destroy native wildlife or become feral if an owner […]

The Importance of Regular Exercise in Preventing Leap-Related Injuries

The Importance of Regular Exercise in Preventing Leap-Related Injuries

If your four-legged companion’s leg muscles aren’t toned, its tendons and ligaments aren’t stretched and strong, and its core muscles haven’t been worked and can’t do a good job holding its frame solidly in place, a sudden burst of activity even at home can create the type of injuries discussed within this article (click here). Your […]

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