dog-treats

Summer dog treats!

December 12th, 2017 by Petplan Australia
Humans love nothing more than cooling down on a hot day with an ice cold drink or frozen treat, so why not make something refreshing your dog can enjoy in the warmer months too. As the weather heats up, the freezer is yo
home-alone

Leaving your pet home alone

December 4th, 2017 by Petplan Australia
Dogs and cats love it when we are around them, which is why it is so hard for them when we leave them home alone. It can also be tough on us as owners having to leave our furry friend by themselves while we are away at w
dog-attacks

Dog attack laws are changing

November 30th, 2017 by Petplan Australia
New laws introduced to SA will see owners of dogs who flee the scene of an attack facing a hefty fine. These new laws are trying to stop people fleeing the scene of dog attacks, and instead require them to help any perso
lameness

Lower limb lameness

November 30th, 2017 by Petplan Australia
The lower limb of a horse is a fragile structure that is constantly busy and is put under a lot of stress! As a result, it can be prone to many conditions. Common conditions Tendon problems:  Tendons are the structures
big-dog

Big Dog Breeds

November 22nd, 2017 by Petplan Australia
Living with a large, boisterous dog can be an incredibly rewarding experience. However, whilst a big dog can be perfect for many people, potential owners should be aware of many different considerations including health
pet food

What can you feed your pet?

November 21st, 2017 by Petplan Australia
We all know the face we get from our pet when there is food around, especially dogs. It’s a face that wants to try exactly what we’re having and sometimes irresistible when they give you the puppy dog eyes. However,
pet-ownership

Can you afford to have a pet?

November 16th, 2017 by Petplan Australia
Owning a pet can be an extremely rewarding experience, with many people getting a puppy or kitten as soon as they hit adulthood. We all know we would love a little companion to be by our side the whole time; however, it
body-language

How to read your dog’s body language

November 15th, 2017 by Petplan Australia
The more time you spend with your canine companion, the easier it is to read their body language. You start to pick up on every little detail from their positioning and posture to their overall behaviour and emotion. Luc
equine-health

Equine health in spring

November 9th, 2017 by Petplan Australia
As the weather changes, so does the body and the way it deals with the environment around us. This is the same for all animals, especially when it comes to spring and the weather starts to warm up. Petplan will take you
apartment-dogs

Dogs and apartment living

November 2nd, 2017 by Petplan Australia
Apartment living is becoming increasingly popular across the nation, and with this comes the rise of apartment pets. The property that you live in should not determine whether or not you have a pet. By following a few si