Renting with pets

When your dog feels more hate than love

When your dog feels more hate than love

Everyone thinks that dogs worship their owners – viewing them as gods of some sort. While that may be true in the majority of cases, it isn’t always so. Via The Conversation - By Nicholas Dodman (Professor Emeritus...
More cats and dogs are living with chronic health conditions

More cats and dogs are living with chronic health conditions

About 15m people in England have a long-term health condition, such as diabetes, persistent pain or arthritis. By Karen Rodham - Professor of Health Psychology, Staffordshire University Living with this type of health problem can have a huge...
Your very first puppy: A step-by-step guide

Your very first puppy: A step-by-step guide

Bringing a puppy home for the first time can be a life-changing experience. Picking out your puppy should be fun, but before you fall in love with the first one you see, Bondi Vet...
Major reforms: VIC tenants' rights get a boost

Major reforms: VIC tenants’ rights get a boost

Victorian tenants may soon be given the right to have a pet under sweeping rental reforms to the state's tenancy rules. Consumer Affairs Minister, Marlene Kairouz said the proposed changes were designed to protect the...
7 ways to protect your pets in an emergency

7 ways to protect your pets in an emergency

If you’ve been following media coverage of the post-hurricane flooding in Texas during the last couple of weeks, you will have seen many images and accounts of people evacuating with their pets. By Mel Taylor -...
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Is your pet stressed? Here’s how to help them

Could you recognise signs of stress in your furry friend? While excessive grooming or loud yowling, for example, can be obvious indications of stress, be on the look-out for more subtle clues so you can help...

15 ways to keep your indoor cat happy

To protect our native wildlife, who never evolved with such an efficient predator, it’s imperative we keep our cats contained – all day, every day.

How to plan for animals in emergencies

There are disaster management plans for animals in some states in Australia. Knowing about these plans can help you reduce the risk to your loved ones.
Explainer: what is cute aggression?

Explainer: what is cute aggression?

Humans respond to cute. Show us just about any little critter with a big round head and a pair of large, blinking-in-the-headlights eyes and cooing will ensue. That is; cute aggression. By Anna Brooks - Senior...
Pet friendly: Can our pet dogs pick up on our current mental state?

Man’s stressed friend: how your mental health can affect your dog

If you think your dog looks stressed out, it might be your own stress levels that are affecting your pet pooch. Via The Conversation. Author: Bronwyn Orr (Veterinarian and PhD scholar, University of Sydney). Disclosure statement: Bronwyn Orr...
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