Pet Behaviour

  • cat meowing

    By | October 7, 2014 | Blog

    Purdy meows for a number of reasons. Usually to get your attention or to communicate. Domestic felines mostly rely on meowing to communicate, but how much is too much and when should you start worrying? More often than not, cats meow to get your attention. This is

  • Beware of a overprotective dog

    By | March 10, 2014 | Blog

    It's Saturday afternoon and your guests are about to arrive for that long-awaited braai. You, however, are dreading the moment the doorbell rings, knowing that's the cue for your overprotective dog to bring down the house. Having an overprotective dog can be really

  • Terrier wearing I love trace T-Shirt

    By | February 21, 2014 | Blog

    Have you ever noticed your dog slowly walking around a bush with the leaves gently touching its skin, blissfully unaware of the rest of the world? Trancing or Ghost Walking is a common occurrence among dogs and can be a scary experience for owners who aren't used to

  • Dog swimming

    By | November 25, 2013 | Blog

    Prehistoric cave paintings in Egypt show figures doing what appears to be doggy paddle, which means that ancient humans observed swimming dogs and imitated them. Most dogs love to swim and their innate swimming technique proves to be very popular and efficient. Can

  • Labrador Retriever

    By | August 12, 2013 | Blog

    Labradors are widely considered the most popular dog breed in the world. Even grown men shed a tear while watching Marley and Me, the true-life story of journalist John Grogan and their family dog Marley. Their commitment and love towards this unique Labrador says a

  • dog-chew-shoe

    By | August 1, 2013 | Blog

    Correctional services often punish humans’ bad behaviour with solitary confinement. What makes us different from these wardens when we are guilty of subjecting our pets to the same kind of punishment? By definition, a pet is a domesticated animal, treated with