Have You Packed Your Dog's Bag? Treats From Home Your Buddy Needs While Boarding


There is nothing worse than an accusing stare from your canine best buddy when they realise you're packing your suitcases to go somewhere without them! Since you are a first-time dog owner, you haven't experienced this look yet, but you can guarantee it's coming when you head out of town on your upcoming work trip. The good news is you already have a boarding kennel booked to take care of your furbaby, but your next actions will make or break the success of their stay.

22 August 2017

To Dye For: An Owner's Guide to Doggy Hair Dye

Pets & Animals Blog

It's common practice to pamper yourself - but have you ever thought of giving your dog the same treatment?  As the dog market expands, new ways of grooming and beautifying your pooch pop up all the time, and doggy dyes are just one of those must-try trends.  Here's everything you need to know in order to give your dog a colourful mutt makeover: Get Squeaky Clean First Dog beauty products aren't meant to be long-lasting like human ones - so there's no need to leave your pet unwashed for the application of the dye.

29 May 2017

4 Post-Operative Pet Care Tips for Owners

Pets & Animals Blog

Home or post-operative care is critical to the long-term well-being and recovery of your pet. For instance, after an operation, you should restrict the movement of your pet to avoid rupturing the wound or opening sutures and staples. When you follow the post-surgery recovery regimen stipulated by the surgeon, your pet will soon be on its way to recovery. This article gives pet owners a few tips on post-surgery rehabilitation process.

24 February 2017

How You Could Save Your Dog's Life When It's Choking

Pets & Animals Blog

It can be utterly terrifying when your dog chokes on something. You don't need to stand by and hope for the best, and in fact the canine heimlich manoeuvre can be administered quickly and easily. This simple procedure could easily save your dog's life, so it's important to know it. If you think that your dog is choking, wait a short time to see if they are simply retching, which will often be followed by vomiting.

17 January 2017