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How Much Exercise Does My Dog Need?

How Much Exercise Does My Dog Need?

All good dog owners want their pup to be happy and healthy. Part of making that happen is regular exercise. Just like with humans, a dog’s wellbeing is heavily influenced by how much exercise they get. Not only does it help keep a dog’s body in shape and control their weight, it also helps with […]Read More

Toy Cavoodles and Mini Cavoodles: What’s the Difference? 

Toy Cavoodles and Mini Cavoodles: What’s the Difference? 

A common question many Cavoodle owners ask is how big their dog will get when it is full-grown. The answer depends on the size of the parents. One of Australia’s most popular dogs, the Cavoodle is a cross between a Poodle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The latter has only one standardised size, while the […]Read More

Pet-Proofing: Protecting Your Pup and Your Stuff

Pet-Proofing: Protecting Your Pup and Your Stuff

Bringing home a new puppy is one of the most rewarding things you can ever do. However, puppies can be a challenge to have at home, whether it’s a friendly Black Cavoodle or an easy-to-train Groodle. This is because they tend to wander and unintentionally destroy some stuff in your house. When left unsupervised, puppies […]Read More

Top Cavoodle Breeders In Melbourne

Top Cavoodle Breeders In Melbourne

Most Popular Cavoodle Breeders in Melbourne 1. PetsforHomes 5. Homestead Puppies 2. Pocket Puppies 6. Tawoodles 3. Urban Puppies 7. Modern K9 Breeders 4. Rovers Run Puppies 8. Honey’s Cavoodles of Melbourne Data source: Google Australia KW Planner Because of its excellent temperament and adorable appearance, the Cavoodle is an especially popular dog in Australia today. From January […]Read More

Spoodle Vs. Cavoodle – What’s The Difference?

Spoodle Vs. Cavoodle – What’s The Difference?

A Spoodle, also called a Cockapoo, is a designer that is a cross between a purebred Toy Poodle and a purebred Cocker Spaniel. In comparison, a Cavoodle is a cross between a purebred Toy Poodle and a purebred Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. This designer breed is also sometimes known as a Cavapoo. Temperament and Behavior […]Read More

Understanding Your Kitten’s Body Language

Understanding Your Kitten’s Body Language

Bringing home a new kitten is one of the most exciting things a cat lover can ever experience. There’s nothing more delightful than playing with something so tiny and hearing it purr when being tickled. But while having an adorable feline around the house may be fulfilling, it can also be confusing. This is because […]Read More

Top 30 Dog Names of 2021

Top 30 Dog Names of 2021

This guest post was contributed by Adam McDonald of Petcollars.com.au:   I absolutely love it when I get asked if I can share what the top dog names are in a guest article for other Aussie businesses in the pet industry. My business, Personalised Pet Collars, is embroidering pet names and their hooman’s contact numbers […]Read More

Top 10 Best Cavoodle Groomers in New South Wales

Top 10 Best Cavoodle Groomers in New South Wales

One of the many reasons why the Cavoodle is a popular crossbreed is because it sheds little to no hair. But despite being a low-shedding dog, it still needs to be groomed by a professional every four to six weeks to keep it looking and feeling its absolute best. If you want to ensure that […]Read More

Most Popular Shih Tzu Colours?

Most Popular Shih Tzu Colours?

Most Popular Shih Tzu Colours in Australia 1. Black Shih Tzu 6. Liver Shih Tzu 2. Black and White Shih Tzu 7. Brown and White Shih Tzu 3. White Shih Tzu 8. Red Shih Tzu 4. Brown Shih Tzu 9. Tri-Coloured Shih Tzu 5. Gold Shih Tzu 10. Brindle Shih Tzu Data source: Google Australia […]Read More

British Shorthair Colour Chart

British Shorthair Colour Chart

Most Popular British Shorthair Colours in Australia 1. British Blue 6. Black British Shorthair 2. Golden British Shorthair 7. Chocolate British Shorthair 3. White British Shorthair 8. Ginger British Shorthair 4. Lilac British Shorthair 9. Cinnamon British Shorthair 5. Cream British Shorthair 10. Fawn British Shorthair Data source: Google Australia KW Planner The British Shorthair […]Read More

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