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December 10, 2018
You can beat canine obesity. Obesity is one of the greatest causes of serious long-term illness in dogs and needs to be beaten.
October 29, 2018
As a caring pet insurance company, we know a thing or two about cats and what conditions they’re most likely to develop.
Australia has some of the best parks and backyard spaces in the world and we celebrate this by showing our love for all kinds of medium-sized dogs. The medium-sized dog is Australia’s favourite companion animal; energetic, fun-loving, gentle and loyal.
Australia is a big land; vast, full of natural beauty and endless adventure. We Australians have a great love for our big dogs, just as we love our big island. There are some fantastic large breeds out there that make great companions for the family.
Health related problems are a part of life. Although it’s something we’d all rather avoid thinking about, it’s important to educate ourselves about what conditions, illnesses or diseases are out there.
Have you always wanted a cat but can’t stand the allergies they cause? We understand that sneezing and itching can make the biggest of cat lovers throw their arms up in despair. While there’s no such thing as a 100% hypoallergenic cat, there are a number of breeds that are far less likely to cause sneezing and other irritations.
There are some fantastic small dog breeds out there and most of them make fantastic companion animals. Whether you’re not as mobile as you used to be, you have young and fragile children, or you haven’t quite got the space needed for a Great Dane or Border Collie, there’s a small breed out there that’s perfectly suited to you.
It’s time to escape from the daily grind and take that well-earned break away. You’ve worked hard for this trip away and the kids are keen for some quality family time, but what about the dog? Luckily for you and pet lovers everywhere, dog friendly accommodation is more available than ever.
With the Southern Hemisphere winter looming, temperatures are beginning to drop and it’s time to prepare for the cooler weather to come. While some parts of our land enjoy mild weather all year round, in many places winter temperatures can get down to a uncomfortable level for our furry friends.
It’s only been within the last one to two hundred years that we’ve viewed dogs more as companions rather than workers. While there are still large numbers of dogs working hard in a vast number of roles all over the world, our canine friends were once only bred to fight, hunt, herd or guard the home.