Dog Detect Bad People

Can Dogs Sense Bad People?

September 3rd, 2018 by Petplan Australia
We’ve all found ourselves in that situation where we are immediately untrustworthy of a person simply because our dog barked or reacted differently to them. After, we wonder whether we we’re just being a bit too
Maine Coon

A History of Cats: Maine Coon

August 30th, 2018 by Petplan Australia
Often we are able to the pin point the exact date and place a breed was created. But the Main Coon Cat it is an entirely different story. The story of the Main Coon Cat is a blurry one to say the least. Tangled up in ol
Benefits Pets on Kids

Benefits of Pets on Children

August 27th, 2018 by Petplan Australia
At some point in your parenthood you will start to question whether you should get your child a pet. As a parent, you should understand that buying your child a pet means buying your whole family a pet. Children cannot s
Insurance

How to Minimise Being Underinsured

August 23rd, 2018 by Petplan Australia
Many Australians, especially those who own businesses, discover they don’t have the cover they need in the worst possible circumstances. Insurance is one of those subjects that many people glaze over. So, just to test
Bengal

A History of Cats: Bengal

August 23rd, 2018 by Petplan Australia
Origin The Bengal cat was first created by Jean Sugden Mill. Jean acquired a leopard cat and allowed her to keep company with a black tom cat, surprisingly resulting in kittens. Meanwhile, Dr. Willard Centerwall was bree
How Do Horses Sleep

How Do Horses Sleep?

August 20th, 2018 by Petplan Australia
Give me a big bed full of cushions and blankets, a dark room and no noise and I’ll sleep like a baby. But we can’t say the same for horses. That’s far from what they want. A horse’s wild nature means that they s
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A History of Cats: Burmese

August 16th, 2018 by Petplan Australia
Origin The Burmese Cat comes from Burma, referred to Myanmar in the present day, hence their name. Burmese Cats date back thousands of years, when monks kept the apparent sacred animals in the temples of ancient Burma. T
Dog Flu

Has my Dog Got the Flu?

August 14th, 2018 by Petplan Australia
Like us, our dogs can get sick and attract the flu. There are two types of flu which your dog can attract. It is important to identify which type of flu your dog may be suffering from, in order to give them the treatment
Return Old Address

Help! My Cat Keeps Returning to Our Old Home

August 6th, 2018 by Petplan Australia
Cats have amazing homing abilities. They are often able to find their way back home from extremely far distances. Unlike us humans, they don’t need Google Maps. However, these abilities can be an issue when moving hous
Head Shy

Dealing with Head Shy Horses

August 5th, 2018 by Petplan Australia
Head shyness in a horse is a common issue that can be debilitating to everyday tasks. Saddling up and grooming your horse can become time consuming, if not impossible. However, head shyness is an issue which can be resol