How important is it to have trust in the professionals we get to look after our animals? Jo Clough and Laura Purkis believe it is so important that they started PET First Aid & Training (NZ) Ltd in April 2014. Working with two New Zealand vets, they developed a course specifically written for New Zealand and its requirements.
Warning – Contents of this article are descriptive and may be upsetting to some readers.
Please consider the risk to your pets
At this time of the year rats and mice come sneaking into the house to avoid the cold and look for easy pickings. There are just a few things to know before you reach for the rat bait.
In March Keira & Laura had the amazing opportunity to be on TVONE’s programme Whanau Living.
Not long ago I had the opportunity to speak to Dr. Wayne Severn from ScentTECH Ltd. and Central Search Dogs.
The work that detector dogs and search & rescue dogs do has always fascinated me so it was great to have the opportunity to learn more and get an insight into how it all works.
Firstly a bit of background on Wayne: Wayne has been working with detection and search dogs for over 20 years and was one of the first Urban Search and Rescue Canine Search Specialists to qualify 15 years ago.
Since then he has gone on to start his own company ScentTECH which offers services in drug detection to help keep workplaces and schools drug free. Wayne visits many different companies in the Wellington area and has the gorgeous Indie do her job of sniffing out the drugs.
Most people’s answer would be ‘No, dogs can’t see 2D’ or ‘They can’t see what’s on the screen because it’s flat’ or possibly ‘No, dogs can’t see colour’
Having two dogs who react very differently to watching TV: Kai who reacts to animals on the TV (he even reacts when the TV is on mute so I know it’s not the noises!) and Keira who has no time for TV at all. I decided to do some research to get some answers…
When I was introduced to Nicky Crocker it rang a bell but sounded a bit airy-fairy for my liking. But being the inquisitive person that I am (aka nosy) I decided to find out more about it.
I did some research and became fascinated by Ley Lines, Dragon Paths, Fairy Roads and Geopathic Stress Lines.
Do you ever find yourself thinking the old dog used to be so much better behaved? or the old dog always does what theyre told?
When you compare your new dog (probably a puppy) to your older companion does the new one normally come up short?
Welcome to what we call ‘Shadow Syndrome’
Don’t leave your dog unattended in a car – Download the poster
Masterpet article – Resson’s Story