Pet Owner Advice


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...

Shark Tank Vet urges Aussie to Avoid 3 Christmas Dangers

WITH temperatures across Australia set to skyrocket, Dr Glen Richards from channel 10’s hit show Shark Tank is reminding pet owners to be aware of common issues that can prove fatal over the summer holidays. 1. Heat stress "In particular, exercising dogs in the middle of the day can...

Cash Jobs Won’t Protect You When It Counts

As a sitter, it may be tempting to take a cash jobs or as a pet owner, you think "Why not just do cash?" But if the worst should happen and a pet require emergency vet care is it really worth risking not being insured?   Pet Sitting and House Sitting is great option...

Top 4 Benefits of Regular Dog Walks

A tired dog is a happy dog! And also a healthy one as a lack of regular activity may result in all manner of health and behavioural problems.   While there are many options for exercising your dog regular dog walks are entertaining and simulating for your pooch and provide a multitude of be...

Sitter of the Month for November is Dee

This month we are highlighting Dee who loves all animals and has over 20 years experience in the pet industry with an impressive list of speciality skills.   After an injury at a former job, Dee decided to re-assess her career and decide to become a pet sitter with PetCloud. Dee couldn'...

Halloween Dangers for Dogs & 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...

Keeping Your Cat Indoors VS Allowing Them To Roam Outside

What is best for your cat? It can be a tricky choice and the answer may surprise you.   The RSPCA recommends keeping cats indoors with the exception of a secure outdoor cat enclosure. There are many benefits associated with keeping cats indoors and here are some of the important ones to ...

Top Tips for Camping with Dogs

Camping is good fun, but camping with a dog is even better. We give Aussie Pet Owners our top best tips for when you “go bush” with your best mate.   Make sure your dog has an ID tag, & has been microchipped Camping or hiking in new areas means your dog’s se...

5 Ways to Get Your Pet Noticed On Instagram

  1. Use a High Resolution Camera in Great Lighting Having a fun image is great but also where your pets eyes are crystal clear draws people to your image online and will make it stand out amonst everyone else's pet images on instagram Photo by @midge_the_dog 2. The rig...