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Exercising with your Puppy - What you Need to Know

Exercising with your Puppy - What you Need to Know

Laura V

We all know there's more to fur babies than just those adorable puppy eyes. In fact, according to Animal Behaviourist Laura V, “One of the most important parts of a puppy’s routine is to establish an exercise schedule”. In her latest article for HIF Laura shares her top tops to ensure you expose your puppy to new experiences through physical and mental exercise, without risking their health and wellbeing.

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Living with a Blind Dog

Living with a Blind Dog

HIF Australia

Did you know living with a blind dog isn’t as daunting as it sounds? Dogs are very adaptable because of their amazing sense of smell. In this short clip with Pooches at Play, Animal Advocate and Dog Trainer, Lara Shannon shares her top tips for ensuring your dog adjusts to its surroundings.

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How to Balance Your Pet with Your Lifestyle

How to Balance Your Pet with Your Lifestyle

Laura V

Choosing the right type of pet is imperative, as is ensuring your lifestyle accommodates for it.  According to animal behaviourist, Laura V, “One of the main reasons why many people decide against having a pet is not because they don’t want one, but because they believe their lifestyle is too hectic”. In her latest article for HIF, Laura shares her expert advice on how to ensure the right pet fits perfectly into your lifestyle.

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How to Clip Your Dog's Nails

How to Clip Your Dog's Nails

HIF Australia
With many of our dogs living mostly indoors and only walking short distances, our dog’s nails are not naturally being worn away. Many dog owners are nervous at the idea of trimming their dog’s nails, but according to Veterinary surgeon, Dr Melissa Meehan, all it takes is a little preparation and patience. In this short clip with our friends at Pooches at Play, Melissa shares her tops tips on the best way to trim your dog’s nails in between grooming. 
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How to Stop your Dog from Jumping Up

How to Stop your Dog from Jumping Up

Laura V

Did you know that jumping up is the most common behaviour problem for dogs? According to animal behaviourist, Laura V, “the pushing, the knocking over and just the outright annoyance, jumping up is a behaviour that only gets worse, and generally never disappears unless it is managed consistently.” In her latest article for HIF, Laura shares her expert advice to curb this behaviour.

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Dog Allergies. Symptoms, Causes, Treatments and Tips.

Dog Allergies. Symptoms, Causes, Treatments and Tips.

Laura V
Do you suspect that your dog is suffering from allergies? According to animal behaviour expert, Laura V, "The modern dog is subject to more allergens than before, but without the adapted immunity, just like us. So, let’s scratch past the surface and find out what exactly you can do for your dog who has allergies." Click through to the article to learn more about allergies in dogs, including the causes, signs, and treatments available!
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My Dog Doesn't Like Other Dogs, What Can I Do?

My Dog Doesn't Like Other Dogs, What Can I Do?

Laura V
If your dog is unsociable towards other dogs, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they hate dogs, it often means something quite different; something that may surprise you! In her latest article for HIF, animal and behavioural expert, Laura V provides her top tips on how to embark on a journey that helps your dog manage their anxieties and fears and teaches you essential practical and emotional skills to help them succeed.
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Keeping Your Dog's Teeth Free From Gum Disease

Keeping Your Dog's Teeth Free From Gum Disease

HIF Australia
Did you know that gum disease is the number one cause of poor dental health in both humans, and our furry friends? But, periodontitis occurs fives times more often in dogs than in humans due to dogs saliva being more basic as well as the lack of daily brushing. In this short clips with our friends at Pooches at Play, Dr. Melissa explains how you can spot the symptoms and keep your dog's teeth free from gum disease.
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Top Tips for Communicating with and Training a Deaf Dog

Top Tips for Communicating with and Training a Deaf Dog

HIF Australia
Some puppies are born deaf and other dogs can go deaf from a variety of causes, from chronic ear infections or injuries to drug toxicity and, just like us, old age. Often people think that a deaf dog will have behavioural problems or will be too hard to train. But that’s simply not the case, you absolutely can train a deaf dog just as well as a hearing dog, the only difference is that you use hand signals instead of verbal commands. In this short clip with our friends at Pooches at Play, Lara catches up with Judy Small who appears in this episode with her deaf dog, Chance, to hear her top tips for communicating with and training a deaf dog.
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