Pet Care, Health & Fitness


Are These Halloween Dangers for Dogs and Cats Lurking in your Home?
Halloween is meant to be spooky but do you know which traditions might be too scary for your pup or pussy cat?   As the popularity of Halloween grows in Australia we explore the dangers for dogs and cats, plus how to avoid them! There are a host of frightfully funny sights and sounds for...
The Scoop on Poop: Why Is My Dog Eating It?
Is your dog eating poop and you don't know why? We explore why they do it and how to prevent the gross fetish.   The technical term for dogs eating poop is coprophagia, and yes it is disgusting but what can it mean for your puppy’s health?    WHY DO DOGS EAT POOP? ...
What To Do If Your Pet Gets A Bee Sting
Spring has sprung! Flowers are blooming and insects are buzzing around our gardens and parks, but what do you do if your curious cat or dog is stung by a bee or wasp?   If you’ve been stung by a bee or wasp sting yourself you know just how much it hurts, and unfortunately it hurt...
What To Do If Your Dog Licks A Cane Toad
With the weather heating up pet owners, particularly in Queensland, New South Wales and Northern Territory, need to be vigilant of unwanted guests in their gardens – cane toads.   Cane toads can kill dogs and are prolific in the summer months. Justin Jordan from Jordan Dog Training...
Top 5 Signs Your Dog or Cat Is In Pain
Your furry companion, whether a temporary house guest or permanent family member, has been behaving differently and you are concerned they may be in pain, but how do you know for sure?   Your dog or cat can experience pain while at home for a number of reasons, including; a broken bone, a m...
Paws For Thought This National Dog Day
This National Dog Day, Saturday 26th of August, we want to celebrate all dogs – big and small – and most importantly how we can keep them happy and healthy.   In particular, we want to highlight the working dogs at Guide Dogs Australia who enrich so many people’s lives. ...
What Does My Pets Bad Breath Mean?
Your fur baby may need more than a breath mint for their bad breath. It can be a sign of an underlying issue of dental disease.   August is the Australian Veterinary Association’s (AVA) Pet Dental Health Month to promote the importance of good oral care.   Four out of fiv...
How Long Can You Leave Your Dog Alone?
Becoming a dog owner changes your life. You have an amazing bundle of furry joy that now relies on you, so what should you consider when leaving your dog alone.   I’m sure many of us would love to spend all day with our pets and I’m sure some of us have even passed up on invitat...
Dog Harness Safety
Here at PetCloud, the safety of Pets and the humans that care for them are our top priority, so lets talk about harness safety. There are many styles of dog collars, halters and harnesses. The type you select depends on your dog’s size, training needs and disposition. It is not...
How Expats Missing Their Pets Are Getting Their Puppy Fix
You’ve moved overseas to begin a new life, but you weren’t able to bring your furbaby with you. How do you deal with the loss of your animal companion? For many expats it not possible to relocate with their pet due to high transportation costs, accommodation inappropriate for pet...