Worms are extremely common in dogs and the chances are that your dog will have worms at least once in their life. Once diagnosed, generally worms are easily treated and your beloved companion will be back to themselves in two shakes of a tail.Read more
Just like humans, dogs need their own space to rest and recharge. While most of the time they are happy to lounge around anywhere in the home (particularly by your feet or on the sofa), it’s important they have a dedicated spot where they can retreat and get some well-earned sleep.Read more
Not all collars were created the same, particularly for dogs with necks wider than their heads, like greyhounds. Choke collars and slip collars are designed to tighten (and keep tightening) when a dog pulls on them, this can cause injury to dogs like greyhounds.Read more
We are raising money for Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney by taking part in PAWS for Sick Kids this August.
With the help of our greyhounds, we will be undertaking the Pawfessional Challenge, which comprises of 7 tasks that we must complete.Read more
You’ve probably heard the term ‘food is medicine’, this is particularly true when it comes to dogs who do not have the gamut of pain medication available that humans do. Just like us dogs experience aches and pains in their body from bouts of tummy upset, joint pain, injury or from existing conditions that put strain on their bodies.Read more
When Pip decided to adopt, it was essential to select a breed that was sweet-natured, as well as being low maintenance with minimal shedding. That’s when she found Loki the greyhound, who has made their household a whole lot happier and healthier (thanks to all the extra walks).Read more
We are so excited to be taking part in PAWGUST this year to help raise money for Guide Dogs Australia and we have a special little sweetener for you if you get on board with us!
Guide Dogs Australia provide support to those who suffer from serious vision impairment or blindness, helping them to live happy and independent lives.Read more
Like breathing or blinking, panting is all part of normal dog behaviour. Dogs pant for many reasons, including when it’s hot, when they’re excited, or even when they’re a little anxious. Sometimes heavy panting can be an indication of an underlying medical condition that needs your attention.Read more
Eye disease in dogs can be inherited through genetics or through eye trauma which results in chronic changes, including blindness if symptoms are not addressed quickly.Read more
With so many fads and miracle remedies on the market which claim to cure everything from arthritis, dry skin, right through to reversing old age, it’s no wonder that people have become sceptical when there is hype around any particular product.Read more