Arriving in Australia The Australian Government requires all pets that are being imported into Australia be microchipped prior to arrival however it is the owner’s responsibility to have the microchip registered on a microchip database once in the country. Quarantine may have given you an information pack on registering your pet’s microchip number on a […]
Canine parvovirus (commonly known as parvo) is a serious condition that affects dogs, especially puppies six months old and younger. The disease inflicts significant suffering and can be life-threatening. The virus is highly resilient and difficult to rid from the environment. It can live on the surface of dog bowls and floors, linger in carpets and attach itself to other inanimate objects. The […]
Your puppy will already be microchipped if you purchased your new pet from a registered shelter or pet shop. Your puppy will have only been microchipped from other sources if you have a microchip certificate or documentation that presents with a unique 15 digit number, within Australia. MYTH: “My dogs microchip is in the ear” RIGHT […]
Did you know that many common plants are poisonous to puppies if ingested? Some of these poisonous plant species are oleander, hydrangea, azalea, ivy and poinsettia.