1. Articles in category: Love Your Pets

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    1. 10 Christmas Gifts to Your Pet You Can Make Yourself

      10 Christmas Gifts to Your Pet You Can Make Yourself

      The holiday spirit is all about sharing and family--and that includes the family members who walk on four legs. And although many of us would love to buy them expensive gifts, not many of us can afford to. But no fear, DIY is here!

      This article from One Green Planet lists 10 amazing Christmas presents for your pooch that you can make yourself that are low on cost but high on love. Here's one option that's really interesting:

      An obvious choice for any dog, homemade dog treats will be the favorite stocking stuffer in your pup’s life ...

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    2. This Canine is a Wildlife Hero In Australia's Bushfires

      This Canine is a Wildlife Hero In Australia's Bushfires

      Here's a compelling article from the Mystical Raven. It's called Hero Dog Seeks Out And Rescues Koalas that Have Survived The Australian Bushfires.

      It features Bear Australia's wildlife hero dog. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Bear is the border collie/koolie mix who works with Detection Dogs for Conservation, where he has been specially trained to sniff out and detect sick, displaced, orphaned and injured koalas in the wild. The hardworking good boy was recently sent out to several burned areas in Australia to find koalas that might be injured and are in need of ...

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    3. RSPCA Needs More Guardian Angels

      RSPCA Needs More Guardian Angels
      The RSPCA are recruiting more Guardian Angels. In this article, titled Guardian Angel Appeal, the organization shares some interesting points on why they need more help from us.

      Here’s one of them:

      In the next three months, RSPCA will house and protect more than 15,000 homeless, neglected, and unwanted animals. With current average lengths of shelter stays at 18 days for a dog and 28 days for a cat – though many stay much longer – our costs for this period are expected to exceed $6 million.
      When you donate to our Christmas appeal, you will become a Guardian Angel ...
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    4. There's No Such Thing as an "Unadoptable" Pet for This Man

      There's No Such Thing as an "Unadoptable" Pet for This Man

      Stumbled upon this helpful piece from the Reader's Digest and thought that we would share it. It features Steve Grieg, a man who has adopted countless pets after losing his beloved dog.

      In it, he shares his motivations. Here's one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Greig has had numerous direct messages on Instagram asking how he can bear to adopt senior dogs, knowing the end is near. The answer is simple for him: “Love doesn’t have a time frame.” He has never regretted taking in any of his animals, even once he loses them. “Whether it’s three months ...

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    5. Koalas are Running Out of Homes and Food Because of the Massive Bushfires

      Koalas are Running Out of Homes and Food Because of the Massive Bushfires

      Discovered this interesting piece from Dr Alex Hynes' blog site and it really piqued our interest. It’s called The Koala Crisis - How You Can Help.

      It shares some intriguing points about the ongoing crisis we have with our nation's Koalas. Here's one alarming detail from it:

      Along with slow breeding, add a triple combo of increasing deforestation, warmer weather through climate changes, and bushfires destroying their only food source (leaves), there are deep concerns Australia’s rapidly declining koala population could be extinct in the wild by 2050.

      If you want to know a bit more, take ...

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    6. Life Stages of Your Doggos and What You Can Expect From Them

      Life Stages of Your Doggos and What You Can Expect From Them

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from animal psychologist Zazie Todd. It’s titled The Life Stages of Dogs: From Puppies to Seniors.

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

      Young dogs go through a period in which they are still maturing, both physically and socially. This typically lasts until 3-4 years of age.

      This is a time when people sometimes struggle with their dog’s behavior. You can build on what you and your dog learned from puppy class by signing up for adult dog obedience classes. As well, if your ...

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    7. New Animal Welfare Lending Policies From NAB

      New Animal Welfare Lending Policies From NAB

      Came across this interesting article from RSPCA and thought that we would share it. The title is RSPCA Commends NAB as the First of the ‘Big Four’ Banks to Commit to an Animal Welfare Lending Policy.

      It offers us some fascinating news. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      By including the ‘Five Domains’ of animal welfare in their lending policy, NAB is showing it is serious about its commitment to contemporary science-based animal welfare standards.  

      As one of the largest financial institutions in the country, responsible for one third of all lending to agribusiness in Australia, NAB’s announcement will send ...
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    8. What to Do When Bushfires Hit Your Home

      What to Do When Bushfires Hit Your Home

      Thought this RSPCA page is worth sharing especially now that we're experiencing harsher climates. It's called Bush Fires and House Fires.

      It offers us some recommendations as to what to do if bushfires ever hit your home. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      If you have to leave your pets outside, ensure there is plenty of water available from a source that does not rely on power or above-ground pipes. In a bushfire, move pets to a closely grazed or ploughed paddock with drinking water, steel fencing and preferably shade. In a severe storm (including hail), place pets under ...

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    9. Deworming 101

      Deworming 101

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Advantage Petcare. It’s called What to Expect After Deworming Your Dog.

      It's got some interesting insights. Here’s one of them:

      Different worming products act in different ways. You may be surprised to see worms in your dog’s droppings after deworming them, but rest assured that this is normal. Some dewormers paralyse and kill the worms, which may be visible in your dog’s faeces after the treatment has started to work. While this can be an unpleasant image, it is actually a good thing as it means the ...

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    10. More Australians Treat Their Pets as Family Members

      More Australians Treat Their Pets as Family Members

      Here's a compelling article from The Sydney Morning Herald. It's called More People are Treating Pets as 'Family Members Who Understand Them.

      In it, Sophie Aubrey shares some interesting observations. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      The nation's pet obsession is also reflected in our spending. Australians are now coughing up $13 billion a year on their pets, with about a third going to food, a fifth goes to vet services and 10 per cent to accessories.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of her fascinating piece.

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    11. Why Your Fur Babies Shouldn't Partake in Consuming Halloween Treats

      Why Your Fur Babies Shouldn't Partake in Consuming Halloween Treats

      Stumbled upon this timely reminder from the Life Hacker and thought that we would share it. It's called Don't Give Your Pets Halloween Lollies.

      Here's their gentle reminder:

      In case you feel tempted to give your pet lollies or chocolates this Halloween, here’s a quick reminder: don’t. While sweets seem harmless enough, your pet can’t safely consume most store-bought sweets, and in some instances, the choice of lolly can even prove deadly.

      To learn more, take a look at the rest of this article...

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    12. How To Travel In a Car With Your Dog

      How To Travel In a Car With Your Dog

      This article from Advantage Petcare piqued our interest. It's called Car Safety for Dogs: Dos and Don'ts.

      It offers up some wise words. This one was particularly interesting:

      While dogs love to feel the wind in their face, letting your dog hang out the window isn’t a good idea. Debris and flying objects could cause injury to your dog, and it’s not worth the risk. Roll the window down a crack, but only for the fresh air. In some Australian states and territories fines apply if the window beside a dog is down too far.

      Check ...

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    13. Senior Dog Issues That You Need to Watch Out For

      Senior Dog Issues That You Need to Watch Out For

      Found this interesting piece from Advantage Petcare and it really piqued intrigued our interest. It’s called Seven Health Issues In Senior Dogs and How to Manage Them.

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

      You may notice your dog sleeping more during the day, or they may be reluctant to run around or play as much as they once did. However, older dogs need to remain active to avoid obesity and muscle wasting, and to remain mentally stimulated. 

      If you want more, give the full article a quick read at the website linked below…

       

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    14. Strengthening The Bond Between You and Your Pet

      Strengthening The Bond Between You and Your Pet

       Here's a compelling article from the blog pages of Purina UK. It's called How to Show Your Pet You Love Them.

      It shares some interesting points. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Sharing exercise with your pet is a great idea for many reasons. We already know that exercise is important for our health and can make us feel good, but making sure your pet gets enough physical activity means they will benefit from a healthier lifestyle too. In short, exercising with your pet is a win-win situation!

      Have a look at the complete article for more ...

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    15. Before You Leave Your Pets With a Stranger...

      Before You Leave Your Pets With a Stranger...

      This article from Care piqued our curiosity. The author calls it 7 Important Things to Look For in a Dog Sitter. 

      It offers up some fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one was particularly thought-provoking: 

      You love your pup to the moon and back, so sensing that your potential pet sitter has a genuine interest in getting to know your little love is definitely a game-changer. A natural connection with animals is a positive trait to see.

      Check out the rest of this article from the website linked below… 

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    16. 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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    17. 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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    18. 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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    19. 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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    20. 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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    21. 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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    22. 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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    23. 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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