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Young puppies chew a lot, as their puppy teeth make way for adult teeth. Find out five reasons why dogs chew and how to manage it.
Dogs go through a teenage phase like humans do. The canine variety is much shorter in time than ours. Here’s how to survive dog teenagers.
Five ways to help your dog or cat goes to the veterinary hospital relaxed and remains fear free throughout their visit to our vet practice.
Is it easy or difficult to give your dog oral medication? There are some ways to ensure it is done without any of the struggle.
Five tips to help put your dog at ease while travelling.
Barking is as normal for dogs as it is for humans to speak. While we can’t eliminate barking entirely, we can aim to reduce the barking.
People have heard the saying ‘You can’t teach an old dog new tricks’. You can teach old dogs new tricks, whether 12 months old or 12 years old.
Dogs are opportunistic scavengers by nature. Some dogs extend scavenging beyond food items to objects easily accessible at home or on walks.
Dogs are experts at reading the subtle cues in our body language? They are much better skilled at this than understanding our verbal cues.
Toilet training is a key part of raising any puppy who will spend time indoors. However, it can cause frustration and mess. Here are five helpful tips.
So what’s the best technique for how to clip dog nails? Here are five tips that make nail clipping easier for both yourself and your dog!
1 in 5 Australian households have both a dog and a cat living under the same roof. Here are some tips for dogs and cats to live in harmony.