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Layered Frozen Meal Recipe

I must stress, from a dietary point of view - this is ONE FULL MEAL - not a snack! So please take into account how much you are feeding your dog, and alter accordingly!RECIPE / METHODFor my medium/large dogs (20-30kg), I use a 2L ice cream container.For my small dog (7kg), I use a [...]

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​Tanya’s Top Tips for New Year’s Eve and your pets

For pets who are scared of fireworks, New Year’s Eve is the worst night of the year. Below are some tips which can hopefully make the night as stress-free as possible for both you and your pet.Is your pet is microchipped? If not, your vet can do this for you and it is a simple procedure.Are your pet’s microchip [...]

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Nothing worse than a storm! This is how we cope...

I don’t know about you, but I have 3 dogs who are either already storm phobic, or are fast learning to be from the ones who already are.I have one dog who is very confident and outgoing, albeit a bit stressy at the best of times, but when a storm hits, she loses all confidence, stresses, paces, pants, [...]

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It’s heating up – TICK and FLEA awareness

Wow!  We have had some great Summer weather already and we are only 6 weeks into Spring!  While this is great for some of us, it may not be so great for our dogs and cats.Why you ask?  Because with the warmer weather comes the increased risk of the dreaded flea and tick season (which are both already out [...]

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Nail Clipping - tips & tricks Tanya has learned with her own rescue dogs....

***I must stress that I am in no way, shape or form, qualified in dog grooming or clipping nails - this article is purely my personal experience with my own dogs and what I have learned along the way***Nail clipping is one of the things that I have struggled to do with my dogs over [...]

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