Pet Owner Advice


5 Tips For A Safe Australia Day BBQ With Pets

With Australia Day almost here, what could be more Aussie than a BBQ with your mates.   You can hear the sizzle of the snags and smell the steaks cooking already, can’t you? We are known for being BBQ enthusiasts, it’s just part of our culture, as is being anim...

Top 10 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Cool This Summer

Summer can mean lots of fun with your pet enjoying the great outdoors but when the temperatures soar you need to take steps to keep your pet safe. Here are our top tips to beat the heat and keep you pet’s safe this summer. TOP 10 SUMMER PET SAFTEY TIPS 1. HOT CAR Never leave your p...

How To Keep Ants Out Of Pet Food

Pet food is a renowned attractor of ants. However, if you own (or are caring for) a cat or dog that doesn't want to woof down their entire meal in seconds then you have no other choice but to leave it on the floor for them where ants may make their way to it. Put the pet's food bowl insid...

Sitter of the Month for December is Katy

This month we are highlight Katy who had a fascination with animals since she was a litte girl and now can indulge her passion while getting paid.   As Katy grew up she was asked by family friends to care for their animals while away and as she got older word kept spreading. Katy ...

7 Essentials A Kitten Can’t Live Without

You’ve just welcomed a tiny, adorable ball of kitteny fluff into your home and whether as a new fur parent or pet carer you won’t be able to stop smiling when this cutie is in the room!   While cats are a relatively easy pet to care for, to make them feel comfortable and happy i...

The Hole Story: How to Stop My Dog from Digging

Does this sound familiar? You’ve come home from work and head outside to see your beloved fur baby only to find your dog has turned into a canine excavator while you’ve been at work! It’s a scenario many dog owners are all too used to and Justin Jordan from Jordan Dog Training s...

Christmas Safety: 7 Top Tips For Dogs

Tis the season to be jolly and of course our furry friends will be going the fun festivities with the rest of your family and friends. Whether it’s your own pooch or one visiting for the holidays there are some potential dangers present for furkids during the festive season. To ensure yo...

How To Keep Dogs Safe From Bloat (GDV)

BE SAFE - DON'T WAIT! As a dog owner or carer it is important understand Bloat (GDV) as it is a life-threatening condition and veterinary emergency.   Bloat involved the stomach twisting, which creates and obstruction to major blood vessels and limits the heart’s ability to p...

42 Plants That Are Toxic For Cats and Kittens

Spring time means beautiful bright colours and sweet scents which we all love, and undoubtedly your cheeky kittens and cats will love to play with them too!   However it is important to be aware that many plants and flowers are toxic to our feline fur babies and ingesting them can cause ser...

10 Daily Body Checks For Pets

As a pet sitter or owner of a furry four legged pet these are your must have tips to know what checks to perform on a pet dog or cat on a daily basis to keep them happy and healthy!   Keeping an eye out for early signs of medical problems is one of the most important things you ca...