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    How therapeutic dogs help hospital patients


    Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Patients who suffer from physical and emotional disorders can benefit from the unconditional love of therapeutic dogs. Late last year, a close friend of mine, Elijah Bolante, seemed to disappear off the face of the earth. I didn’t see him at school, he rarely surfaced

    6 tips to ensure your dog will make the perfect wedding guest


    Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Compiling a wedding guest list can be a complex affair, but when it came to ours there was always one guest who was going to make the cut and that was our dog, Harry. We adopted our 10-year-old rescue dog a couple of months after we got engaged, following a morning of vo

    Dog Photo Challenge ~ Green


    Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand I love the colour green – to me it feels so vibrant, fresh and energising! From a meaning of colour perspective, green is the colour of nature symbolising growth, harmoy and renewal. From a colour psychology perspective, green is apparently creates an equilibrium bet

    Don’t Drool in the Pool! Plus More Pool Rules for Your Pup


    Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Swimming allows your dog to exercise while keeping cool during the hot summer months. Follow these rules to make the most of pooltime. My water-loving dog, Chipper, sprints along shores at dog-welcoming beaches and rides waves aboard surfboards. But even if I won the lo

    How to get pets to take their medicine


    Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand We all know it can be difficult for our pets to take their medicine. They squirm. They refuse to swallow. They spit out a tiny tablet halfway across the room. Even when you disguise it in food, they somehow manage to sniff it out and eat around it! Pill poppers can be t

    Food and nutrition for your senior dog


    Posted By:  Shopprice New Zealand   Keeping your senior dog fit is necessary to ensure a happy old age. Feeding him the right proportion is essential to keep him healthy. Senior dogs require 20% lesser energy than young adult dogs. The decrease in energy requirement is linked to declines in acti

    Food and Nutrition

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    Posted By:  Shopprice New Zealand One of the most important jobs as a pet owner is keeping your kitten well-fed and feeding her the right food. First you need to learn how much you should be feeding her, keeping in mind that she will need different amounts of food at different times in her life. Her

    Training your pup


    Posted By:  Shopprice New Zealand Good training plays an important role in ensuring a happy relationship between your puppy and you. You personally training your puppy aids in understanding him better. He in turn will know what you expect from him in helping him fit into the environment. The better yo