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Sydney Workshop 2012 – Life Skills

Life Skills Workshop for Pet dog owners Trainer: Steve Courtney SOLD OUT Life skills are the essential day to day behaviours that your dog needs to learn to co exist in society today, whilst many of your dogs behaviours may be OK as far as you are concerned, they may not be looked upon the same way by Joe Public, …

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Paralysis Ticks – The worst season is on its way!

Paralysis Ticks kill many dogs every year, they are a horrible little parasite that kills a dog slowly and in a torturous manner. They attach themselves to our dogs and burrow into the skin so that can get blood. In doing so they emit a lethal poison that slowly paralyses ours dogs. Often eventually inhibiting breathing and finally the dog …

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Out and about with Wisdom!

One of the best ways to keep our dogs mentally and physically fit and healthy is to take them out and about with us. As dog owners we love taking our dogs out and about, so it is so important to make sure that our dogs not only experience going to a range of different places but that they know …

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My Dogs…

This week being fitness and health week at K9 Pro has inspired me to share with you information about my dogs, the present Belgian Malinois and the past German Shepherds. I haven’t talked publicly about my German Shepherd Kayne since he passed away over a year ago. He was 17 and really taught me so much about dogs, drive, training …

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Choosing your next dog?

What breed should I get? Where should I get my pup from? Should I get a pup or an older dog? All common questions that many people struggle with!   Well first of all, try picking a breed with your eyes closed. This is a serious suggestion! Because many people chose a dog by its looks and this is a …

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Yes it looks different!

We are making some changes! We had some feedback which suggested some parts of our Blog were hard to read and stay with, so we are playing with the design.   Stay tuned!

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Canine Depression – A long road or perhaps not?

Canine Depression is a real, debilitating condition that many dogs suffer from alone. It can be hard to diagnose but when you have worked with a few cases you tend to get a feel for dogs that are effected. About 5 weeks ago, I had a client come to see me with a foster Great Dane, Jedda. Jedda is under …

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Thunder – How he lived

I write this to help all those patient dog lovers out there that have almost given up. “You’re my last hope” I bet you’re thinking, as I was.. This is also a tribute to our family member, Thunder, who recently passed from a rare form of acute Leukemia at age 3 ½. Thunder was an English Staffy from a reputable …

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