1. Articles in category: Love Your Pets

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    1. Choosing the Right Litter is Paramount to Teaching Your Cat Where to Do Their Business

      Choosing the Right Litter is Paramount to Teaching Your Cat Where to Do Their Business

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Advantage Petcare. It’s titled How to Litter Train Your Cat.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Non-clumping litter is made from many different materials, including crystals of dried silica. A more expensive litter, it tends to last for a long time and is dust-free and biodegradable. Other non-clumping litters made of biodegradable recycled paper or pine wood pellets are absorbent and dust-free, but will need to be cleaned out more regularly.

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the rest ...

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    2. How Allowing Pets on Public Transport Could Ease Sydney's Traffic Problems

      How Allowing Pets on Public Transport Could Ease Sydney's Traffic Problems

      Here's a compelling article from The Guardian. It's called Could Allowing Dogs on Trains Help Ease Sydney's Car Crisis?

      In it, Alex McKinnon explores the possibility of finally allowing pets on public transport in Sydney. Here’s an idea that we found absolutely thought-provoking:

      Surveying more than 1,250 Sydney dog owners, researchers Jennifer Kent and Corinne Mulley found 2.4m dog-related car trips were made in the city every week, exacerbating overcrowded traffic conditions and low rates of public transport use.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of the author’s observations.

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    3. Why You Must Keep Moldy Foods Away from your Little Fur Baby

      Why You Must Keep Moldy Foods Away from your Little Fur Baby

      Sometimes we just don't know what our little pups get to eat when we're not looking. Mouldy food, spilt on the floor for one, might cause some terrible consequences for them if they accidentally ingest it.

      Here's a compelling article from Dr Alex Hynes. It's called How To Make Your Pets Healthy.

      In it, Dr Hynes shares some expert opinion on mycotoxins on mouldy food. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Mycotoxins can cause profound muscle tremors which raise the body’s core temperature to dangerously high levels.  Without veterinary intervention, pets can become sick ...

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    4. Ridding Our Furniture of Pet Hair

      Ridding Our Furniture of Pet Hair

      Cleaning pet hair off of our home can be tricky. Luckily, we came across this fascinating piece from Advantage Pet Care. It really piqued our interest. It’s titled How to Get Dog Hair Out of Carpets and Other Cleaning Tips.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      If your dog or cat likes to sit or sleep on the furniture, it’s a good idea to protect your upholstery by placing a washable blanket over their favourite spot. This enables you to transform the area at a moment’s notice if you have visitors, and it ...

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    5. Ins and Outs of Keeping Your Pets Cool in the Coming Summer

      Ins and Outs of Keeping Your Pets Cool in the Coming Summer

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. It’s titled 7 Ways to Protect Your Dog from Heat Stroke and Hyperthermia.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Think before you shave your dog

      It’s not always a good idea to shave your dog in the summer heat. In fact, the fur provides some protection from the sun as well as flies and mosquitoes. Check with your vet to see if your dog requires a summer shave.

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the rest ...

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    6. House Training Your New Puppy

      House Training Your New Puppy

      Toilet training your puppy is perhaps one of the most urgent things you need to teach. Luckily, we stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Advantage Petcare. It shares some awesome tips and reminders.

      The article is called House/Toilet Training Your Puppy. Here's one point that we thought was particularly interesting and useful to know:

      Just like other forms of training, positive reinforcement encourages your pup to repeat good behaviour.

      If your puppy starts toileting in an inappropriate area, quickly pick him up and take him to the designated area. Punishing him for accidents will not help the learning ...

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    7. This Company Let's You Take Leaves for Your Ailing or Recently Deceased Pet

      This Company Let's You Take Leaves for Your Ailing or Recently Deceased Pet

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from The Sun. It’s titled Pet Lovers To Be Given Time Off Work To Care for Their Sick Pets Under New Rules in Melbourne.

      It's a fascinating report. Here’s one point that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      An education technology firm in Melbourne, Versa Learning, has already introduced leave for workers to look after pets when they’re ill.

      The company lets staff take two days off for bereavement leave, and five days to tend to sick or injured pets.

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the ...

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    8. How Canines Help in Getting People to Open Up About Their Mental Health

      How Canines Help in Getting People to Open Up About Their Mental Health

      Here's something that a lot of us probably didn't know about man's best friend. They can help in getting us to feel more comfortable sharing about mental health issues.

      This is exactly what this fascinating piece from Benefits Canada tackles. It's called Mississauga's New Canine Employee Helps Firefighters Talk About Mental Health.

      It shares some insightful perspectives. Here’s one idea from, Tim Beckett, the fire chief himself that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      It’s surprising how much of a difference a dog in the room makes, in terms of making people feel better, more relaxed ...

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    9. How to Facilitate Safe Socialization with Other Pets

      How to Facilitate Safe Socialization with Other Pets

      Our pets may love us unconditionally but they need socialization with other animals as well. Luckily, we came across this fascinating piece from Advantage Petcare and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled Socialize Safely with Other Pets and Pet Lovers.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      Supervised socialisation with one other puppy or dog of a similar temperament and size is highly beneficial for your pet. Puppy socialisation programs can be another great resource for introducing puppies in a group situation, as long as the group is small and is conducted by a qualified ...

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    10. How to Prepare Your Pet Bug Out Kit in Case of Bushfire

      How to Prepare Your Pet Bug Out Kit in Case of Bushfire

      Bushfires happen more often now in Australia. It's best to be prepared Here's a fascinating article from Animal Emergency Service that shows us the proper way. It's called Prepare your Pet Bushfire Plan.

      It's got a bunch of useful tips. Here's one that we found noteworthy:

      Bushfires progress rapidly, you may only have minutes to evacuate so you need to be prepared and have a Bushfire plan.  Once an evacuation order was given, a Bushfire Plan will help you know what you need to do, what you need to take with you and where you ...

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    11. Our Pets Might Have the Key to Curing Dementia

      Our Pets Might Have the Key to Curing Dementia

      Thought we'd share this fascinating article from ABC News. It's called Doggie Dementia is Becoming More Common Now Our Best Friends are Living Longer.

      It shares some fascinating ideas. One of them is that research being done on dogs, scientists claim, might help humans too. Here's a short excerpt from the Brain and Mind Centre:

      We think if it works in dogs, it stands a very high chance of working in humans just because of the close similarity between the dog and the human brain. We are using canine dementia as a model for humans.

      Take a ...

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    12. Basics of Bringing Rescues Home

      Basics of Bringing Rescues Home

      Bringing home rescues is one exciting feeling. However, this excitement often clouds our judgement. Thought we’d share this timeless article from the Advantage Petcare that helps us remember the basics. It’s titled The Ultimate Guide to Bringing Home Rescue Pets.

      It offers fascinating tips. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      floors that are hardwearing and easy to clean, such as tile, linoleum or hardwood, are the best option. Avoid fancy window accessories like vertical blinds and ornate curtains, as these could present danger to your dog if they get caught in them. And keep anything ...

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    13. Is Having Pets Environmentally Sustainable?

      Is Having Pets Environmentally Sustainable?

      Here's a fascinating article from the Sydney Morning Herald. It's called How Big is Your Pet's Environmental Paw-Print?

      In it, Julie Power shares some thoughtful insights. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      According to research published in the New Scientist, the carbon footprint of a sports utility vehicle driven for 10,000 kilometres for a year is about less than half of a medium sized dog like a labrador or a Golden Retriever.

      At a Sydney University forum last week, experts from RSPCA, vets and environmentalists called on the public to rethink the number of pets ...

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    14. How Keep Ticks Away from Your Beloved Fur Babies

      How Keep Ticks Away from Your Beloved Fur Babies

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Advantage Pet Care. It’s titled Ticks: What You Need to Know.

      It offers some stimulating ideas on tick care and prevention. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Products that repel ticks offer the best protection for dogs as they don’t rely on the tick having to bite your dog in order to receive a chemical active from your dog’s blood. Tick-biting is, after all, the very thing you are trying to prevent!

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the rest of this insightful ...

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    15. Pets are in Danger of Getting Euthanized if People Don't Start Adopting or Helping Out

      Pets are in Danger of Getting Euthanized if People Don't Start Adopting or Helping Out

      This article from ABC News caught our attention. It's titled Crisis Level Means Healthy Puppies Kittens in the Kimberley Could be Killed if No One Helps Out.

      It offers up some alarming news especially for pet lovers. Here's a short excerpt:

      The local pound was designed to hold 20 cats and dogs for three days at a time before they are euthanased, but staff said they have been overwhelmed by an influx of animals in recent months.

      Staff at the pound said about four animals have been arriving each day and the cages were beginning to overflow to ...

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    16. The New RSPCA Guidelines on the Online Pet Marketplace

      The New RSPCA Guidelines on the Online Pet Marketplace

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from the RSPCA. It's titled New Online Marketplace for Pets First in Australia to Meet RSPCA Guidelines.

      It's a must-read if you're a pet lover. Here's one point that we thought we ought to share:

      We developed the Guidelines because there is currently no other regulation that is designed to specifically protect animals being bought and sold online, aside from the basic Prevention of Cruelty to Animals laws in each state and territory.

      Take a look at the rest of this interesting article for more context.

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    17. How Technology in Pet Care is Moving Forward

      How Technology in Pet Care is Moving Forward

      This is a fascinating article that we thought we would share. It's called How Technology Is Changing The Pet Care Industry.

      It has some interesting insights on the use of technology in the pet care industry. Here's a short excerpt:

      Pet owners want the best for their loved companions. And pet industry businesses want to make sure they are capitalizing on the latest market trends. 

      Take a look at the rest of the article for some specific examples and for more context...

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    18. Healthy Coat Tips from the Top Pet Care Experts

      Healthy Coat Tips from the Top Pet Care Experts

      Their pets having a shiny coat is something that pet owners want. However, some of the normal pet care practices prevent this. In this article, we learn of a couple of fascinating tips from various pet shops and pet blogs that tackle this age-old issue. It's from Advantage Pet Care and it's called aptly called Keeping Your Pet's Coat Healthy and Shiny.

      It shares some fascinating insights. This one is particularly intriguing:

      When getting your pet used to clippers, hair dryers and other grooming tools, it is important to introduce them slowly and in a positive environment ...

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    19. Disaster Preparedness Plan for Pet Owners

      Disaster Preparedness Plan for Pet Owners

      If you fail to prepare, then you should prepare to fail. This rings true even to pet ownership.

      In this interesting article from Dr. Alex Hynes she gives us some great advice on how to craft a fool-proof pet disaster plan. Here's one part of of it that's really thought-provoking:

      You may only need to be away from home for a day or two, however it is often best to prepare for being away longer, so that you have everything you need. Perhaps over a couple of days, just note down everything you need when it comes to ...

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    20. Dog Exercises That You Can Do in Any Weather

      Dog Exercises That You Can Do in Any Weather

      Here's a fascinating article from Advantage Pet Care. It's called Fun Dog Exercise Ideas to Try Out.

      It shares some great suggestions on. Here's most of what they list:

      1. Mix it up when walking
      2. Make a splash with your dog
      3. Keep dog exercise fun with toys
      4. Get back to nature
      5. Rug up and hit the park
      6. Learn from each other
      7. Mix it up when walking

      Take a look at the rest of this article for a more in-depth understanding of each of these items.

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    21. Adamant Dog Refuses to Walk

      Adamant Dog Refuses to Walk

      Here's a fascinating article from the Indian Express. It's called A Video of a Dog Lying on Its Back and Refusing to Walk Started a Viral Thread on Twitter.

      Here's a short excerpt for your enjoyment:

      As the video went viral, garnering over 3 million views, many said it was just what they needed to get through troubling times. Other dog owners responded by sharing photos of their pets in similar situations. The thread of adamant dogs lying on their back and refusing to walk is now going viral.

      To see the viral thread that the video ...

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    22. Mourning Dolly, Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston's White Shepherd

      Mourning Dolly, Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston's White Shepherd

      Losing a pet is never easy. Even celebrities mourn their beloved dog when they pass. Here's a fascinating story as told from the celebrity column of Today. It's called Justin Theroux and Jennifer Anniston Dog Dolly Dies After a Heroic Struggle.

      Here's a short but sweet excerpt:

      As the sun sets, Dolly can be seen stretched out on the grass with wildflowers and petals scattered on her bright white fur. In one photo, someone burns sage near the canine. In another, two hands — which, based on a tattoo and a beauty mark, are believed to be Theroux ...

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    23. How to Make Your Dog Look like a Model for Dog Shampoo

      How to Make Your Dog Look like a Model for Dog Shampoo

      A lot of us take steps to get glossy, healthy-looking hair--but do you know how to do the same for your dog? Give your dog a shiny, beautiful coat by reading this article by House My Dog.

      Here's one I found interesting:

      The trick with bathing your dog is not to do it too often so as not to strip the essential oils from their skin. How often depends on a number of factors: the type of fur they have, the length of the coat, how dirty they get.

      Want to make your dog look like he or she ...

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    24. Beautiful Garden Benches that You Can DIY

      Beautiful Garden Benches that You Can DIY

      Thought we'd share this fascinating article from Inbound Marketing Summit. It's called 50+ DIY Garden Bench Ideas - Free Plans for Outdoor Benches.

      Here's a short excerpt:

      On the off chance that you need to appreciate the peacefulness of your nursery, you’ll need an agreeable spot to sit.

      It shares some pictures of a variety of designs and some even come with instructional guides. There are a few others that even have YouTube video links to help you create the perfect outdoor seating for you and your precious garden.

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