Now that most people have a little bit more time at home, it is a great opportunity to start training, games, habits, that you’ve never had time to do with you pet. Perhaps you are not at home enough in the ‘normal’ scheme of things, but COVID has now given you an opportunity. Use this valuable time to foster a special bond with your pet and build on previous training to take them to whole new levels.
Birds have perhaps got more of a name for themselves that other pets for causing disease. Epidemics like “bird flu” have not helped to improve that reputation. However, what really is the truth behind having pet birds, as opposed to wild birds, and whether they will cause us harm?
Phoenix dog food is designed to give your pet a better life by providing tasty, wholesome and nutritious food that allows your pet to flourish at all life stages. It is Australia and New Zealand owned, as well as being Australian made. Phoenix focuses on ingredients to help promote a healthy mind, vision, skin & coat, gut health, mobility and good nutrition for all life stages. This is seen in four different flavours: Goat & Lamb; Kangaroo; Turkey, Duck & Chicken; Ocean Fish & Barramundi
Kills fleas fast, within 6 to 8 hours
Rapid action kills newly acquired fleas before they can lay eggs
Provides effective control of pre-existing Paralysis ticks within 24 hours
Protects all month long against Paralysis ticks, Bush ticks and Brown Dog ticks
Prevents heartworm disease
Next time your dog is due for their heartworm preventative, you can now simplify your parasite control with just one chew
Treats and controls common intestinal worms - roundworm, hookworm and whipworm
Regular deworming keeps your dog healthy and helps protect your family from zoonotic worms
Mites are small parasites that can live on, or within, the skin of your dog.
Infestation with mites leads to a disease known as mange. Depending on the type of mite and severity of disease, signs of manage can include skin irritation, itchiness and hair loss.
Some mites are highly contagious, spreading easily between dogs. Sarcoptes mites may even transmitted to humans