April 14, 2020

Potential separation anxiety risk. Post COVID-19

On the back of the wonderful articles and ideas from dog training expert Brydie Charlesworth from the Dog Education Centre; We’re excited to introduce Mr. John Harkin; director of AUSDOG considered one of Australia’s leading canine behaviour specialist.  John has over 30 years experience in dog behaviour working across a broad spectrum of the canine […]

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February 18, 2021

Getting the Right Balance of Protein, Fats and Carbs for your Dog

The topic of applied animal nutrition maybe not be particularly alluring to most of us, but we can assure you our Research & Development team seem to get really excited by it. Nonetheless, we are certain we all unanimously agree that good nutrition forms the fundamental basis of a healthy dog, and that IS something […]

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January 12, 2021

3 frozen dog treat recipes for summer

We are halfway through summer but there’s still plenty of hot days ahead. It’s important to remember that your dog doesn’t cope with heat the same way you do though. While you can take off layers and sweat it off, your dog is stuck in a fur coat and reliant on panting to help cool […]

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April 14, 2020

Jack Russell – Energy, fun & affection

We’ve all seen the Jack, running through our parks, walking down our streets, on TV and in movies.  The Jack may well be one of the most well-known dog breeds; at least in western society.  English to a fault and bred by a man of the cloth; the Jack was a hunting dog used primarily […]

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April 8, 2020

Can I take my dog for walk during COVID-19 restrictions?

Yes, you can; and yes, you should. In abnormal times it is important to retain a level normal wherever we can. Exercise is essential for our wellbeing both physically and mentally and the same applies for our best friends. The difference now is we must keep our distance when on the trail.  Keeping distance and […]

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April 6, 2020

Irish Wolfhound – big, calm and loyal

The biggest of the biggest, but don’t let their awesome size fool you; the Irish Wolfhound is a gentle soul who loves to get along with everybody; especially good with children and a friend to other dogs. There is conjecture in the current breeds originality. Most agree that the architype was an Irish sighthound bred […]

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March 30, 2020

Great Dane – The heartbreak kid

When you want a big dog, with a big heart, an affectionate personality and a friendliness that keeps you smiling even on those bad days, the Great Dane is that dog.  Origins date back a long time, some evidence suggests as far back as 3000BC however over the millennia and century’s, in particular the 1800’s […]

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