Pets & Animals
We asked readers to tell us a story about their mucky pup or cheeky kitten. Here's some of our favourite responses.Read More..
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|5 Ways to Make Wild Birds HappyIf you want to attract wild birds to your yard this spring and summer, don’t be bird-...|
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|Smart Animals - Grab a chair ...are sneakier than we think.|
What happens when a handsome aquarium fish from the other side of the world runs rampant in the Atlantic?
|Birthday cake recipe for dogs 13|
Here’s a cake that you won't feel guily about giving to your dog
|Make nectar for honeyeaters and lorikeets13|
Why buy expensive honeyeater nectar when you can make your own for next to nothing?
|Grooming cats and dogs13|
Combing or brushing your cat or dog regularly is an essential part of preventive health care. It keeps the fur clean and tangle-free and is an opportunity to check for signs of potential health problems.
|Smart Animals: Thinking inside the box12|
When the weather was cold, our two dogs loved to snuggle up together in the winter sun.
He was stubborn, angry and little bit mad. So why did we fall in love with him?
|5 Ways to Make Wild Birds Happy12|
If you want to attract wild birds to your yard this spring and summer, don’t be bird-brained: Instead, think like a bird. By creating an environment that makes your feathered friends happy, you’ll keep them coming throughout the year. Here are five ways to make your yard the birds’ happy place:
|Delectable Dog Biscuits10|
Bake a treat for your dog with this simple recipe guide
|Extraordinary dog facts and tips10|
To help you look after your extraordinary dog at home, Dr Rachele Lowe shares some quirky facts and tips you might not know
|Smart Animals: Know a Good Meal When they See One9|
One canine found himself in the right place at the right time to score an unexpected treat
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