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Keep animals safe at Halloween
Happy Halloween animal lovers! Please remember that today can be a little too scary for animals – here are our best pet safety tips.
Pet Friendly Holidays around New Zealand
Thinking about going on holiday this summer? Those pleading eyes or anxious circles around the house while you pack your bags are never nice.
Sore eyes in pets
Eye disease and injuries can be very painful and may progress rapidly, occasionally resulting in irreversible damage.
Does your pet suffer from arthritis?
Older animals tend to find the cold weather over winter a bit of a challenge, especially those with arthritis.
Treatment options to help your arthritic pet feel more comfortable
Arthritis is inflammation of the joints and can have many underlying causes including prior injury, degenerative disease and developmental disorders.
Ask a behaviouristHow to stop your dog from digging up the garden?We recently adopted a rescue puppy, Jack, earlier this year. Now he’s six months old Jack has started digging up my veggie garden while I’m at work! How do I get him to stop?
Food enrichment for dogs – tips for making food fun!
Eating the same food from the same bowl every morning and night can become a snooze.
Ask a behaviouristHow do I stop my dog from kicking up dirt after toileting?My dog Cody kicks up his feet after toileting when we’re out on a walk and it drives me crazy! He’s always flicking dirt everywhere and I desperately would like him to stop – how can I do this?
Keeping dogs safe from eating themselves into trouble
Thanks to their curious nature, dogs can sniff, lick and chew their way into trouble. Trying to smell and taste almost anything they can locate is part of a dog’s natural behaviour.
Dangerous foods for dogs
As a general rule, the best kind of food for dogs is dog food. A complete, quality dog food will provide all the nutrition your dog needs.