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The Pets Hotel was extremely proud to support this lovely fundraising event that was ‘Jasper and Jasmine Rowe’s wedding’. We supplying a voucher for their silent auction and also supplying much needed poop bags for the event; we were one of the MANY who helped raise money for such a great cause!
A big thank-you to Jasper and Jasmine for bringing such awareness to the needs of not only pugs but all recues animals. Thanks to their Mum and Dad for working tirelessly and endlessly to make this dream a reality.
A HUGE thank-you to Pug Rescue Victoria for their efforts and constant support to these guys, as pugs generally have a few issues with their health that are also VERY costly to fix. This is such an important organisation to support to ensure all those little guys are happy and healthy as can be.
The event went off! Everyone in Melbourne knew about this famous couples wedding and only the most important of guests attended. Not only did this event do wonders for pugs and pug rescues, but also gave a lift to Melbourne as a city. It lifted everyone’s spirits to see such fun and it was really great how everyone got involved and helped out!
On the 17th of May, RSPCA held their annual million paws walk to raise funds to fight animal cruelty.
What a turn out! The sun was shining and everyone was so excited for the day. We had our stall set up opposite the stage and what a great location! We had such a great time supporting a great event (our 3rd time running now). There were record breaking numbers, 22,000 attending across Victoria and funds that were raised exceeded $550,000!!
Not to mention the awesome Cake Alice from Diamond Dog made up for the anniversary.
Everyone was very well behaved, both two legged and four, our resident Aussi Shepherd ‘Fiasco’ was the star of our stall and as always had everyone captivated with his beauty!
We have just got in an order from the awesome company that is Zee.Dog.
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If you haven’t noticed, it is EXTREMELY COLD! This doesn’t just mean you have to stay inside and snuggle up for 6 months. Now is the time to enjoy our Alpine regions! What better time to treat yourself with an awesome weekend away?!
Check out Vic tourism web page for a rundown of each mountain to suit everyone’s needs, from full on extreme to just enjoying a hot tub overlooking some mountains.
While you're enjoying your time off so can your pets! Call or email to book your pets into our fully climate controlled facility, where they will enjoy their holiday in luxury, making new friends both 2 legged and 4!
P. 9646 3696
E. email@example.com he Pets Hotel will be participating in the Glen Eira Pet Expo that will be held in conjunction with party in the.
The Beatles song “A Day In The Life” has an extra high-pitched whistle, audible only to dogs. It was recorded by Paul McCartney for the enjoyment of his Shetland sheepdog.
Looking for an anaesthesia FREE dog and or Cat teeth cleaning? Well you MUST check-out these guys!!
- We are hoping to, in the not too distant future, work out a service where your pet can come in for Day Care with us, have their teeth cleaned and will be tuckered out with the freshest breath when you return at the end of the day!
Here is a little about them:
‘At Fresh Breath Doggie Dental, we are focused on providing anaesthesia FREE dog and cat teeth cleaning services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction.
As you can see our clients are very excited to see us.
Brian Borg the founder of Fresh Breath Doggie Dental was born in Australia, Brian live in Southern California for 27 years returning in April of 2013, Brian Borg has been working with animals for over 35 years and working in the field of animal dentistry for 15 years, he is considered one of the leading equine dentists in the USA and Australia.
Brian has been a lecturer at California poly technical school (pre-vet school)
He was feature in a 5 part series on equine dentistry on RFD TV in the USA
He was the equine dentist for Michael D Cintas Olympic training coach
He was sponsored by Purina for 3 consecutive years as a spokesperson and person of influence recognizing him for his level of
He was a key note speak for 2 years at the Equine Affaire in Southern California on animal dentistry
Brian Borg comes with a wealth of experience and knowledge ensuring that your beloved pet receives only the highest level of care. We are located in Melbourne we are a mobile service.’
(source: http://www.freshbreathdoggiedental.com/about-us) oving house can be stressful and exhausting not just for humans but dogs as well.
Last month we talked about cats behaviour in regards to ‘peeing on personal belongings’ (which I have personally had to deal with eww) as well as ‘rubbing’. This month we go into what cats mean when they start scratching, meowing, kneading and swishing their tails around.
Cats need to scratch surfaces to sharpen their claws but they also use this behaviour to deposit their scent. Cats have scent glands on their paws and rubbing their paws along objects places their scent there.
If your cat has the annoying habit of scratching furniture, it is often because this is an area that attracts many different scents. The sides of sofas, for example, are favoured areas and these may have the scents of outdoors, our guests, our bags or shoes. In performing the scratching behaviour, your cat replaces the foreign scent with their own.
If scratching is a problem, then scratching posts are a must. Place these in areas that cats like to scratch and then gradually move them towards your preferred location. There is no use hiding scratching posts in corners, as cats need to scratch in prominent areas. They also often like to scratch at different angles so provide horizontal and vertical scratching surfaces.
Cats meow to communicate with humans. This endearing method of speech is heard in young kittens, to get their mother's attention but is rarely heard between cats. So when your cat meows to you, it is a special form of cat-to-human conversation.
You can encourage your cat's meow by responding to it. Alternatively, if your cat talks too much, you should ignore the meows and respond when they are quiet.
Cats kneed prior to relaxing. This involves pacing with their paws, on top of a soft object - usually a bed, a blanket or our lap. Some cats will purr or even drool at the same time. Kneading is often a pleasant behaviour - until the claws come out.
Kneading first begins when kittens are suckling milk from their mother, the padding behaviour stimulating milk release. Cats carry on with this behaviour, perhaps to recreate pleasant feelings, to create a comfortable spot or to place their scent on the underlying object.
If you enjoy your cat on your lap but can't stand the claws, keep their claws trimmed and place a thick blanket between you and your cat.
Cats communicate to other cats and to humans using feline body language. The tail is an important part of this communication.
A swishy tail signals high arousal, often due to anger or play. The swishing tail is a warning – of impending attack. If your cat holds their body low and the tail begins swishing, look out. They are probably about to pounce. Direct their energy onto appropriate toys and enjoy.’
(Source: http://www.purina.com.au/cats/behaviour/behaviour-explained )
‘I don’t believe in the concept of hell, but if did I would think of it as filled with people who were cruel to animals’ – Gary Larson