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Canine Enrichment - Part 1

Canine Enrichment - Part 1

by Donna Massey October 22, 2021 2 min read

Although these days dogs are man’s best friend, even after many generations of domestication their natural inclinations remain. Smelling, tasting, chasing, chewing scratching and scavenging are usually thought of by us as undesirable behaviours, but they are vital to your dog’s health and happiness. As such it’s important you make time to indulge them in these activities.
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Canine Enrichment - Part 2

Canine Enrichment - Part 2

by Donna Massey October 22, 2021 3 min read

Dogs are intelligent, energetic creatures, and to be at their best they need near constant enrichment. In days of old, all of their needs were met through day to day living, hunting, stalking, exploring. But since we have domesticated them for our own purposes, work and companionship, their daily lives have changed.
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The benefits of raw feeding

The benefits of raw feeding

by Donna Massey November 16, 2020 3 min read

There is, however, a quiet movement growing. Dog owners are increasingly turning to raw feeding for their buddies. They believe it’s the healthiest option available, and since their dogs are family they...
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dogs in springtime caninecare

Dogs in Springtime

by Donna Massey October 06, 2020 3 min read

As the weather starts to warm up here in the Southern Hemisphere, spring time brings changes to our day to day lives, and this presents new issues for your pup. These dangers are largely avoidable with a little ....
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Caring for your older dog

Your senior dog’s health

by Donna Massey September 23, 2020 3 min read

As our best friends age, they can often begin to suffer with many of the same maladies we humans do. A dog is considered senior once they reach about the age of 7 years old. Large breeds like Danes will age faster while smaller breeds like Chihuahua's may not hit old age until they are around 9.
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what plants are toxic to dogs?

Nature, the enemy of Pets?

by Donna Massey August 19, 2020 3 min read

In the quest to keep our pets safe, it’s important to know what threats might exist in your environment. There are many common plants that can pose a risk to your dog. Because they are built closer to the ground, and the nature of their lives, dogs come into much closer contact with plants than we do. Reactions to these plants can vary from irritating allergies to serious, potentially fatal toxic outcomes.
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Read your dogs emotions, How is your dog feeling? Is your dog happy or sad?

How’s your dog feeling?

by Donna Massey August 18, 2020 3 min read

Unfortunately for dog owners, they don’t speak human and we can’t speak dog. However, man’s best friend is still always communicating with us. If you pay a little attention you can figure out what your buddy is feeling through facial expressions and body language.
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Dogs are good for your health.

Get a dog, live forever!

by Donna Massey August 05, 2020 2 min read

…..sort of.

Okay not really. But it will improve your quality of life tenfold!

You know your dog makes your life better. You can feel it in your bones, even if you can’t quite put your finger on why....

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