International Dog Dancers: Richard Curtis of the UK

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Whilst Dances with Dogs is a relatively new and somewhat unknown sport in Australia its popularity worldwide is increasing every year. It’s a fun and creative activity that you can do with your dog that really strengthens the bond between you. Come with me on a journey around the world as I meet some other people just like me, people who love dancing with their dogs! Richard Curtis is one of the UKs leading Heelwork to Music / Canine Freestyle handlers, a renowned instructor and teaches workshops all over the world. He’s a real inspiration to me as you don’t see … Continue reading

Can your pet be vegetarian or vegan?

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When it comes to nutrition for your pet it can seem like everyone has a different opinion on what’s best but there is one opinion that I really cannot understand: vegetarian or vegan diets for pets for no reason other than their owner is vegetarian/vegan. You might remember the story of the kitten in Melbourne that almost died after being fed a vegan diet. Veterinarian and Blogger Dr. Joanna Paul from Creature Clinic joins me on the blog to get some insight on pet nutrition and whether or not vegetarian/vegan diets are healthy for our pets. 1. Can dogs or … Continue reading

Jules O’Dwyer and Matisse’s Toy Maker Routine – 2nd place Crufts International Freestyle 2014

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Jules O’Dwyer is a Dog Dancer from Belgium who you might remember won 1st place in the Crufts International Freestyle Competition in 2013 with her dog catcher routine! Jules and Matisse returned to Crufts this year with a brilliant Toy Maker routine that took out second place in the International Competition. Check it out below!

Luna’s Peanut Butter and Apple Dog Treat Recipe!

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Ingredients 2 Cups of Wholemeal Flour 2 Heaped Teaspoons of Baking Powder 1 Egg 2 medium sized Apples (Coarsely Grated) 2 Tablespoons of Natural Peanut Butter (it’s 100% Peanuts!) 1/3 cup of Water Method Preheat a fan forced oven to 180 Degrees Celsius In a bowl mix the flour and baking powder Grate the Apples using a coarse grater, don’t grate the entire apple though. Throw out the core as the seeds are not great for dogs. Squeeze the juice out of the grated apple as there will be a fair bit and the mix will be watery otherwise! In … Continue reading

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