If your puppy is behaving inappropriately you should attempt to re-direct them to something else and reward them when they begin to engage in more appropriate behaviour. For example, if your puppy is chewing on the furniture, re-direct him to an appropriate alternative such as a chew toy. Alternately, you may find that ignoring the undesirable behaviour and rewarding the correct one can also be a very effective way to train your puppy.
Dog Grooming is an integral part of any furbaby's maintenance regime. In addition to keeping them stylish, Dog Grooming also holds many health issues at bay. Needless to say, it's a crucial tool in the arsenal of doggy maintenance. Having said that, pet salons are expensive, and Owner-conducted Dog Grooming can be a hassle. That's why Mad Paws Dog Grooming offers the ultimate answer. There are a cornucopia of advantages to booking a Dog Groomer via Mad Paws in Elizabeth Hills NSW. Here are a few:
Happy Dogs is a wonderful place for dogs that love to be around other playful pups. Many of my pet sitting clients also use Happy Dogs and it's nice having such a wonderful local business I can refer to when our clients want more or need different services. And even better - having a great working relationship with Dionne and Mike to where we can pass referrals back and forth.

If you dog’s age is between eight weeks to eight years, you are eligible to buy a pet insurance from us, and once insured the cover for lifetime is guaranteed. Our dog insurance will cover accidents like broken bones all the way to hip replacements and any illness during the policy period (please refer to PDS for more information) Furthermore you can choose Dog Dental insurance as an add-on.
After a poor experience at PetSmart, I asked my Facebook friends where they recommended we go for general grooming for our "children". I had several give Happy Dogs as their preferred groomers. We made an appointment and dropped all three off today. The entire staff was extremely professional and thorough with the check-in process and subsequently the bathing, grooming and nail trimming. We are thoroughly pleased with the entire experience and we definitely will return!! Best wishes, Kent & Steve and of course Don Juan Diego, Rossie, and the beautiful Miss Lucy!! �����
Our dog Luna goes to Happy Dogs usually about 3 days a week. She loves it 🙂 Everyone there is professional and genuinely seems to care about all the dogs. She had a great time playing and when I ask her if she wants to go play with her friends, she always perks up and jumps in the car. I like that I can bring food for her each day - since she eats special food - and they are always good about giving me the leftovers (its expensive!) Thanks guys for giving Luna a fun "home away from home".
The expression 'man's best friend' is truly fitting in describing one of man's most loyal and loving four-legged companions. Owning a dog is part of the Australian way of life - providing companionship, loyalty, and bundles of love for people of all ages, dogs are an invaluable addition to the family. Nonetheless, it is important to think carefully about the responsibility of dog ownership before you adopt or purchase a dog.

Bones are necessary to keep your dogs teeth healthy and clean and also provide lots of fun for your canine friend if you are away. A large marrowbone cleans their teeth, massages their gums, and often becomes your dog's most treasured possession. You should provide your dog with a regular supply of bones for mouth and dental hygiene (raw chicken wings/necks are best).  Never give your dog cooked bones, as these could be more brittle and easily splinter, causing harm to your dog.    You should also ensure that there is always plenty of fresh and clean water for your dog. Sometimes bowls get knocked over and therefore to be safe it is recommended that you always provide two. In the summer months, like people, dogs need a lot more water to keep hydrated so make sure there water bowls are always full and kept in the shade.
Ideally, dogs should be taken to council-designated areas where they can be safely let off the leash to run free. It is important to use these specifically designated areas not only to ensure their own safety (preventing the risk of being hit by a car) but also the safety of farm livestock and wildlife which can be threatened by a dog let loose in their habitat.

At Happy Healthy Dog, we believe that all dogs deserve to live their best life. We've seen what's in conventional dog food, and it doesn't sit right with us. So-we decided to do something about it! Our fresh and nutritionally balanced meals come in a range of weekly plans and one-off packs, as well as a 1-week trial option – so you can see for yourself the benefits of feeding your dog healthy, customised, ethically sourced foods.
As mentioned above, puppies respond well to positive-reinforcement based training. It is important to acknowledge that dogs cannot possibly know which behaviours are right and which are wrong - it will be up to you to teach them. Take the time to show your puppy what you want them to do and reward them with a treat, praise, or a game each time they do the right thing.
A dedicated pet sitter is a great option for in home dog day care when your family or friends are too busy. Many pet owners are uncomfortable asking their neighbours for dog day care help: a Pawshake pet sitter will be happy to provide dog day care when you can’t. Pawshake pet sitters are genuinely love pets and are there to help with your dog day care needs.
Our free Mad Paws Accident Cover applies to any damage or injury to a third party or their property which is due to negligence of the Pet Sitter whilst the pet is under the Pet Sitter’s care. Please note that there is a $350 deductible for any case, and this is payable by the Pet Sitter. Mad Paws Accident Cover is not to be confused with the usual illness cover that most Pet Owners already have for their pets. For full details on our Accident cover, click here.

Diarrhoea is similar to vomiting in that it is a clinical sign rather than a disease itself. Diarrhoea can be a sign of a mild digestive upset or of something more serious e.g. food poisoning or ingestion of other toxic materials. Acute and chronic diarrhoea can be life threatening, particularly in puppies or older dogs. If the diarrhoea lasts longer than a couple of hours, contains blood and the dog appears to be in pain and has a fever then veterinary attention is required immediately. Treatment in this case will include identification and appropriate treatment for the underlying condition causing the diarrhoea as well as fluid and electrolyte therapy. Mild cases can be treated at home by removing food for a period of 12 hours and then re-introducing small amounts of bland food (e.g. chicken and rice). Probiotics can also be a useful addition to improve the overall health of the affected dog’s intestines.
At Mad Paws, the safety of our Pet Sitters, Pet Owners, and their pets is of the utmost importance. We want our Pet Sitters to be able to provide a fun and safe service, but not need to foot a veterinary bill in an emergency. This is why we provide Mad Paws Accident Cover, which protects all Pet Sitting services booked in through the Mad Paws website.
Our free Mad Paws Accident Cover applies to any damage or injury to a third party or their property which is due to negligence of the Pet Sitter whilst the pet is under the Pet Sitter’s care. Please note that there is a $350 deductible for any case, and this is payable by the Pet Sitter. Mad Paws Accident Cover is not to be confused with the usual illness cover that most Pet Owners already have for their pets. For full details on our Accident cover, click here.
Happy Dogs is a wonderful place for dogs that love to be around other playful pups. Many of my pet sitting clients also use Happy Dogs and it's nice having such a wonderful local business I can refer to when our clients want more or need different services. And even better - having a great working relationship with Dionne and Mike to where we can pass referrals back and forth.
Combing and brushing dogs regularly is essential, particularly for longhaired breeds. It is best to establish this habit early in a dog’s life so that grooming becomes part of the routine. Grooming removes dust, dead skin, loose hairs, grass seeds, and tangles. It also assists to shorten the coat moult, which occurs every autumn and spring. Brushing helps keep your dog cool in summer months and reduces the amount of hair your dog sheds. Dogs with short coats also require some brushing.
However, if you decide to keep your dog outdoors, it is important to consider how you'll ensure it receives the appropriate amount of human contact (particularly during those cold winter months in which we'd all much rather stay snuggled inside rather than playing fetch with our pals in the cold!). An option could be to enlist the service of a dog walker. Also, if you work long hours or are sometimes forced to take overnight trips, it may be useful to consider "doggy day care" facilities to ensure that your dog receives the TLC and companionship it will need in your absence. 

According to the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), “When your dog is relaxed and happy, his eyes will be their normal shape.” Pay attention to the way your dog’s eyes look when doing different activities or during different times of the day. You’ll start noticing the differences and will be able to read your dog’s mood better.
Lucky,Leo and Alphie go to Happy Dogs at least once a week. They LOVE it! When we put their collars on, they both head for the car and wait. They know! When I pick them up in the afternoon, they are still wagging their tails. And then once we are home, they crash because they are worn out from all the fun! The staff at Happy Dogs love their four legged friends. Taylor and Lucky have a special bond. Thank You Happy Dogs for being Lucky, Leo and Alphie’s home away from home.
Doggy day care is day time care while you are busy at work or otherwise occupied. Pawshake pet sitters offer doggy day care for your dog in their home. Have a free meet and greet with the individual pet sitter who will be looking after your dog and view the environment your dog will be spending time in. Depending on the sitter you choose, you can also have the option for your dog to be the only dog or organise for your dog to socialise with a small group of dogs.
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