Back To Life Blues and How To Beat Them

We’ve been bunked down for a few weeks in isolation with our pets and it’s nearly time for us to return to the big wide world, but what about our pets when we return to work and social events? Dogs aren’t the only pets that can suffer from separation anxiety. Cats, rabbits, birds and even … Rest of Post

Keeping your Small Pets Safe Indoors and Out

We all love our pets and want them to be safe and out of harm’s way, but did you know your pets can be at risk indoors as well as outdoors too? Here is a list of things to keep an eye on to ensure that your lovable, furry (or fluffy) mate is safe indoors … Rest of Post

Is Your Pet All Set For Winter?

Adjusting Your Pet’s Environment to the Change in Season The change in season is here and the weather is starting to cool down after a tumultuous summer. Now is the time to start getting ready to make the changes to your pets living arrangements to make sure they are comfortable and safe throughout the colder … Rest of Post

5 Treats for a Happy Guinea Pig

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Guinea pigs, also known as cavies from their scientific name Cavia porcellus, are fluffy, inquisitive little rodents. For many Australians, they are most likely either a first or second pet, and although they are quite easy to tame and foster a relationship with they also require a lot of attention and a healthy diet. One … Rest of Post

Pets in Winter

  Winter in some parts of Australia can be harsh, and it is important to remember that our pets need special attention during these long, cold months. DIET In the colder months, pets’ diets need to increase in energy intake rather than fat content. Animals shouldn’t gain weight over winter; they should just maintain body … Rest of Post

Rabbits and Guinea Pigs

Like humans, guinea pigs and bunnies both have a basic requirement for energy, protein, vitamins, minerals and water. Although both species are herbivores- meaning they only eat plants- bunnies and guinea pigs require different nutrients, and different amount of these nutrients. Some commercial rabbit and guinea pig mixes do not meet the requirements of either … Rest of Post

Guinea Pig Nutrition

Nutrition for your Guinea Pig DIET AND NUTRITION Guinea pigs are herbivores and if introduced to a wide range of frasses, fresh fruit and vegetables when they are young, they will not become fussy eaters. Contrary to popular belief, lettuce is not recommended as it can cause diarrhoea. They should also have constant access to … Rest of Post

Oz-Pet – The ODOURfree Litter Company

Oz Pet ODOURfree Litter is an Australian made wood pet litter that naturally neutralises odour…it really does stop the pee pong!! It is manufactured from waste plantation material that would otherwise be destined for landfill or burned. It can be used safely in the compost or even used as garden mulch as it is 100% … Rest of Post