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Autumn doodads for dogs

One of the best things about a change of season is that you and the furkids get to shake things up and turn the boring old routine that was summer into brand new activities and goodies that make for a whole new set of memories. To get you started, we’ve put together a...

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Don’t Let Stomach Problems Get Between You and Your Pet

Pet tummy troubles, which often present as vomiting and diarrhoea, are as common as they are stressful. They also occur for a variety of reasons, ranging from relatively benign to serious. The most common cause, at least in dogs, is dietary indiscretion – when they...

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Dear Santa Claws

Dear Santa Claws, I’ve been a very good cat this year. Although I do hope your definition of ‘good’ is broad enough to include the dismemberment of a few rodents and leaving some hairballs on the couch. I wanted to start by thanking you for all the wonderful boxes and...

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TEARS Black Friday

It is a disputed phenomenon that many black or darker coloured animals in shelters suffer from an issue called Big Black Dog Syndrome. BBDS is believed to be when black dogs or darker coloured dogs, are passed over for adoption in favour of lighter-coloured animals....

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Itchy Dog? Stop the allergy cycle this summer

If you are driven mad by your dog’s constant scratching, licking, itching and ear flapping this summer, you are not alone. Allergies are extremely common in dogs. More than half are caused by fleas and other environmental allergens, like pollen, moulds and house dust...

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Angel & Adam

his is a strange story because it has very few facts but is about as real as it gets. It’s the story of Angel and Adam. For several years now, a homeless man called Adam and his dog Angel have become a familiar sight around the southern peninsula areas of Sunnydale,...

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