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DOGS ON BRISBANE CITY CAT FERRIES TRIAL

Have you and your dog taken the trip across the river? No, you say? Don't worry you still have time! TransLink, in association with Brisbane City Council and the ferry operator Transdev have been conducting a trial which allows pet dogs to travel on Brisbane river ferries and CityCats between Monday 9th December, 2019 and Sunday 8th March, 2020. There are up to 105,089 dogs registered with the Brisbane city council and its only growing. These days owners are taking their dogs pet friendly markets and the ever growing pet cafes. So why not let pets on the ferries and CityCats? We think its a great idea, and hope it continues! If you do decide to travel there are some rules....

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Hemp For Dogs & Cats - Healthy Alternative?

Alternative TherapiesLet’s talk about ............Hemp for your petsCBDorHemp?“It’s all the same”,well actually it isn’t!CBD and hemp seed oil both come from the hemp plant known as Cannabis sativa orindustrial hemp. But they are two different things,with many different purposes.CBD (cannabidiol) oil comes from the stalks, leaves and buds of the hemp plant. It’s usedtherapeutically to help manage many health conditions ... such as pain, inflammation,anxiety, seizures and even cancer.Hemp (or hemp seed) oil comes from the seeds of the hemp plant and is a nutritionalsupplement. The seeds contain very little CBD but are rich in nutrients that also have manyhealth benefits.Hemp is asustainablecrop that’s easy to grow in many different climates and soil types–infact it’s said to grow like a...

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Flea and Ticks. Do you really know what they are?

Some parasites can be very harmful to your pet and prove costly and inconvenient for you. That’s why we’re here to help protect your pet, family and home from creepy crawlies inside and out! Insert into stand out box YOUR PET'S HEALTH AND PARASITE MANAGEMENT – DID YOU KNOW? A female flea can lay up to 50 eggs a day, which can be up to 5,000 in her lifetime. Fleas can cause anaemia in your pet. Because fleas live on the animal and eat blood to survive. Fleas love humidity, when something warm, like your pet, moves by a flea pupae, they unzip their cocoon and jump on the animal. All this happens in 3 seconds and the flea can...

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Keeping your pets hydrated in Summer

As summer approaches is important to keep your pets hydrated. Our artical below is full of warning signs as well as tips and tricks to prevent stress and keep your four legged friend healthy and happy.  

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