We all have our own way of celebrating Australia Day and of course we want our dogs to be included in the fun.
A busy house full of guests and noise can be very stressful for animals, and all those tempting decorations and foods can pose significant risks.
Help your pet have a healthy and happy Christmas by following these six tips:
There are eight common parasites which could inflict your dachshund, according to the Australian government.
Dogs can be very rambunctious. As a pet parent, you know that your dog does not always sit around and watch you read your weekly magazine.
It's officially winter, but that doesn't mean your dachshund won't continue to beg for time outdoors beneath the sun, where he loves romping in the grass and sitting in his favourite spot beneath a tree.
There's no doubt we love our animals, and with a high proportion of Australians living with a dog rather than with children, splurging on clothes for going walkies and even outfits for special occasions is now common. There are doggie birthday parties and other social events organised, which make the parents just as happy as the dogs.
Our locally made earrings have been featured in the 2018 Mother's Day Gift Guide in Australian Dog Lover