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Pets on public transport: making it possible

Imagine you are living alone with a beloved dog or cat. They are your family, your companion, your best friend. You want to go out but you don’t want to leave them behind. Imagine that you don’t have a car or can’t afford a car. You can’t walk terribly far but you can manage to …
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Lovetails – Guinea pigs as pets

ADORABLE: Yenoe the guinea pig. By Dr SIMONE MAHER I have never really harboured more than a cursory interest in guinea pigs, and certainly never desired one as a pet. And then a funny little creature called Yenoe made his way into the clinic – and with his toupee-like coat, amenability to handling and adorable …
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Calming pets with sensory enrichment

Enhancing our pets lives through their senses By Dr Jo Righetti We all hope that pets in our care are happy, carefree and suffer the minimum stress possible. Unfamiliar shelter environments may have our dogs pacing or barking and our cats’ toileting inappropriately or hiding. Even our normally relaxed pets at home become stressed on …
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Art for AWLA – JB Hi-Fi helps us care for animals

“Art for AWLA” is a fund-raising initiative by JB Hi-Fi and JB Hi-Fi Helping Hands to support the vital work of our six member organisations Animal Welfare League SA, Animal Welfare League of Qld, Animal Welfare League NSW, Lort Smith, Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania and SAFE Inc in Western Australia. 39 JB Hi-Fi staff from …
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2018 Pets in Aged Care National Snapshot

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