Pet Behaviour

  • SH_Kong2_SJ

    By | August 31, 2017 | Blog

    Our dogs are given their meals daily without question, compensation or challenge. Scavenging animals like dogs spend a large part of their day looking and sniffing out things of interest... they can also possibly eat. For most dogs, getting hold of something to

  • SH_Catnip2_SJ_01-

    By | July 19, 2017 | Blog

    If you own a cat, you have probably seen some really funny things while your cat is exposed to catnip. Though many cat owners are aware of catnip, few really know what catnip or catmint is. Catnip (also known as "catmint" or "catswort") is a herb

  • feat-chew

    By | July 19, 2017 | Blog

    You may or may not have realised it, but chewing is very important to dogs. Chewing is good for a dog’s mental and physical health. Not only do puppies need to chew to explore throughout their teething period, but for an adult dog it is a way to keep jaw

  • SH_Grive_SJ_01-

    By | March 27, 2017 | Blog

    Just as we grieve for our lost pets, our surviving pets also feel the absence quite severely. Losing a pet is a terrible experience to go through and is often felt similarly to the loss of a loved one, as our animals really do become part of the family. The

  • Leash train your cat

    By | March 22, 2017 | Blog

    Leashes are for dogs right? While cats tend to go wherever they want, sometimes you may want to take your cat for a walk and show them off, like the dog people do. It is possible to train some cats to walk on a leash but it is not an easy process, and its best

  • SH_Healthwithowningapet_SJ_01

    By | February 28, 2017 | Blog

    While allergies and messy fur are par the course when owning pets, there are many healthy benefits to pet ownership as well. Apart from the obvious benefits of animals such as guide dogs, animals have been trained to perform other therapeutic duties including

  • cats

    By | January 13, 2017 | Blog

    When your cat urinates anywhere in the home except the litter box, the smell can become nearly impossible to get rid of. It is important to neutralise the odour as soon as possible to prevent your cat from returning to the spot once again to urinate. The longer

  • bodlang

    By | July 18, 2016 | Blog

    Dogs are very expressive animals and communicate many of the same emotions that we as humans do such as happiness, sadness, fear and anger. They  don't just communicate with sound, but use their faces and bodies as well to convey many of their feelings. A dog's

  • S2QPBLPTL5

    By | June 17, 2016 | Blog

    Just like us, our pets can suffer from depression, phobias and even stress. Sadly, they can’t tell us what they are feeling or why.  Bad behaviour is often be a sign that they are suffering from some form of anxiety. Signs of Pet Stress Digestive