Thursday, 25 May 2017

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Bunny benefits

RABBITS can be beneficial to own since they don’t need to be taken for a walk. They are very quiet animals, have distinct personalities and are affectionate and interactive. It’s a good idea to spend a bit of time getting to know if their character is suitable for the family…

Trauma in pets, part 1

SOME cats and dogs have the best start in life but still grow up with behavioural concerns being fearful. Others that missed out on critical socialisation experiences such as puppies or abandoned kittens which impacted their development. But what about dogs who can have it worse? How does trauma impact…

Dog and cat allergies

THERE is no breed of dog not even a Poodle or Chihuahua that will not trigger sneezes, rashes or asthmatic reactions. Allergic reactions can vary from dog to dog or cat to cat according to Jonathan Corren Clinical Professor of medicine and Director of the Allergy Research Foundation at the…

Dog food secrets

DOG foods vary in quality and so do the companies that make them. For some companies quality is only a word, for others, it’s a way of life. Ultimately, the quality of a dog food is best measured by your dog. Evidence of this shows in how your dog performs…

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I HOPE you have not purchased a puppy off the…

Sexual and behavioural tendencies in dogs

The Female BITCHES are more affectionate and easier to control than the male dog. They are about 30 per cent smaller than the male and whatever their breed, tend to be more gentle with children. The bitch will come into season about every six months and this will last for…

Studies show kids benefit from pets

RECENT studies support the idea that a pet can be more than just a furry friend to young children. They can teach a child responsibility, confidence and empathy, as well as being very therapeutic. The bond between the two can grow to be incredibly strong, providing friendship and combating depression…

House soiling cure part two

The problem JUST like a human infant, for the first part of his short life, your dog had no control of his functions. Then, when control started, he learned that it was ok to go anywhere except in his bed. That is his world now. As far as he knows,…

House soiling cure: Part One

IF you follow this programme you will have a happy, reliable pet in three days. That’s right, THREE DAYS. I know you think that’s impossible or will take a miracle, but I promise you it’s true. Housetraining is easy but only if you do it the right way. The wrong…

Rise of the social media pets

Nowadays, it is virtually impossible to scroll through your social media feeds without someone posting a picture of their pet. In fact, many people confess that they post more about their animals than their own family members. These owners are the ´pawpurrazzi´ for their beloved pets, with more and more…

Fight that smell!

YOU may not realise, but if you own a cat then your home probably smells like it. Unfortunately it can be difficult for us to discern smells when we live in the same environment. When it comes to life with a cat, it can be smelly, but it doesn’t have…

Group heirarchy

I had a call from a gentleman that informed me he had put his Doberman to sleep due to illness, the dog was 12 years old. Of course he was devastated. They have another four dogs. A few nights later they were in bed when they heard terrible fighting going…

Dog judge slammed over no frills request

THE dog grooming world is up in arms over a ban on bows for shih tzus at Crufts dog show. An experienced judge of the breed, Pat Maule, took to a Facebook group to ask those intending to show their dogs to use: “plain elastic band holding the topknot only…

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