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What’s New Behaviour

Here you’ll find our latest blog posts on all things cats and dogs. Feel free to have a look around and share with your friends and family

  • Help! My Dog is Itchy!

    Is itching normal for all dogs? This month we’ve asked Bondi Vet Dr. Kate to help us create a mini-guide to answer the many questions dog owners have about why dogs itch and what you can do to help relieve this issue and make them more comfortable.   It’s not all about fleas! Fleas are just one reason a dog can be itchy, even if you can’t see any fleas on your dog they could still be there. Flea infestations are not always obvious and can hide in places that you may not...
  • Big Dog Moments…

    ...they really make you smile!   If you have one now, or have ever had a big dog in your life, you know there are those moments when they are just big babies or big idiots, or both. But they can also bring a bit of chaos if they aren’t trained well and given enough attention. They really are a bit like a kid-size companion, though usually a lot less maintenance!   Big dogs are funny. They sometimes have no sense of space and will happily try to squeeze in where they just...
  • How to help your cat and dog live together!   Making room in your home for both cats and dogs can be a wonderful experience for everyone. Cats and dogs can learn to live harmoniously together if we carefully set up behaviour parameters for them and make certain they have their own space.     Choose well for good companionship   In the case of kittens and puppies, the job of assimilating them to each other may be relatively straightforward as there is no...
  • Cat Behaviour Explained

    Cat love! How cuddling and patting makes you both well and happy.   Anyone who has a cat (or two) in their life knows they are capable of great affection. It’s been proven that a good cuddle or patting session with your cat is as good for you, as it is for them. It boosts both your endorphins and your furry friend will be calmer and less anti-social. Scientific studies have even proven that the sonic frequency of a purring cat can actually alleviate your physical...
  • Dogs and Cats………. Who loves me more?   As February is known as the month of love we were really interested to watch the BBC 2 documentary Cat v Dog which was shown over the last couple of weeks. We all know dogs wear their heart on their paws, and whether you have left the house for 5 minutes or 5 hours they always greet you with the same love, affection and wagging tails. On the other hand a cat may or may not even acknowledge your existence before curling back up to go...

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