5 July 2014 - 7:00 AM
Step away from the bowl. Repeat: Step away from the bowl!
Most dogs shun at the mere thought of a bath – but this necessary activity can easily become family playtime.
Whether cosying up indoors or venturing outside, wintertime is fun time!
Make the move easy for everyone.
What should you look out for when buying a dog bed?
To give every cat and dog that’s abandoned in South Africa a home, every South African would have to adopt about 15 dogs and 45 cats. Get your pets sterilised.
Pigeon breeding is a very rewarding hobby – and you don’t need to become a racer.
It’s not only humans that deserve to be spoilt on their birthdays – this meaty ‘cake’ will be much appreciated by your favourite canine.
Your dog loves being stroked – however, an occasional rub behind the ears is not enough to keep your pet happy and relaxed for long.
Is Fluffy at home in your home – or does danger lurk around every corner? Make sure your home is safe for your pets, especially when you are away.
Getting your dog to ‘stay’ couldn’t be easier with this step-by-step guide.
See how grubby playtime can get!
Animal behaviourist Lindsay Norman solves your cat scratching problems.
It’s not impossible to keep a chicken or two on your property – as long as you have enough space and choose the right chickens.
Ebony and ivory live together in perfect harmony.
Protect your best friends with these simple tips.
Animal behaviourist Bernice Jaffe knows what to do about a dog that just won’t stop barking.
As autumn leaves start to fall, see what our furry friends get up to.
We show you how to build your dog his very own porch.
See what the pets get up to when it’s just too hot to handle…
Here’s what some of our favourite pets got up to this holiday!
Our furry friends get into the spirit of the silly season!
Guesthouse owner Elaine Hurford shares her list of do’s and don’ts when it comes to taking your pets on holiday.
Make sure your pets don’t feel left out on Christmas morning with one of these great gifts.
The acrobatic poses we can’t master, but cats can!