Helping you to care for your puppy
At PuppyPages, we believe that ‘man’s best friend’ is a truly apt description of puppies. After all, they are man’s most devoted, loyal and loving four-legged friend. Puppies provide companionship and oodles of love and happiness for people of all ages. Anecdotal evidence even suggests that dog owners are healthier, and more active, than the average person.
It’s no wonder that owning a dog has become an important part of the Australian way of life. Think of the unconditional love and attention your puppy heaps upon you every day. Imagine their little tail wagging uncontrollably when you walk in your front door. Or how their ears prick up when you utter the word ‘walk’. Or how they nuzzle into your lap, waiting to be patted, every night. Don’t you want as much information as possible on how to care for them?
So much of being a responsible puppy owner is understanding exactly what it is that your puppy needs. We’ve put together a whole range of resources to help you care for your favourite furry family member. With everything from information on your puppy’s dietary, health and housing needs to keeping your puppy safe over Christmas and New Year, your furry friend will be well cared for. We even have training tips and tricks, including how to house train your puppy, prevent them from digging in the garden and teaching your puppy not to bark at night.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to drop us an email. Our team of puppy experts will be able to provide accurate, timely advice.
Being a mum to a German Shepherd has definitely kept me on my toes over the years.
I have a love of animals, to quench my thirst of knowledge on all things animal related I completed certificate IV and Diploma in Animal Technology and various other courses such as Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation.
I worked as Team Leader for The National Pet Register microchip database and I have completed the Victorian approved Microchipping Implantation course in Dogs and Cats. This allowed me to work at lots of microchip events, where I have met lots of doggies and kitty’s and their human parents.
I have over 6 years experience working in the animal welfare industry specialising in microchipping and pet identification for one of Australia’s most well known animal welfare organisations, The Lost Dogs’ Home.