We all love spending time with our pets, but even if you're working from home you can find yourself struggling to give your best mate the attention they deserve or request. To help you keep your four-legged friend entertained while you work, we've rounded up five useful tips. 1.
Not unlike humans, dogs feel happier and more settled with a healthy routine in place. But why is that? Read on to find out why a good routine is a crucial factor in your dog's overall happiness and what to do when it suddenly has to change.
Puppies can bring so much joy to our lives, and grow so fast. Particularly during the first 12-18 months of life they pass through several important stages of development. Understanding these different milestones and how to respond to each will ensure your pup has the best start in life. 1.
If it's been a while since you last travelled, you're probably itching to hit the open road with your four-legged friend. According to Animal Medicines Australia, 25% of Australians have taken their pets on a holiday or road trip. And with more Australian and New Zealanders considering pet ownership, this trend is set to increase.
We spoke to the author behind 'Travelling with Pets' to find out what it's really like to hit the road with your pets.
In this issue, we had the privilege of talking with Georgina from WeWork about the benefit of having office pets. We also had a natter to super-blogger Hollie Freeman about sustainability and what we as pet owners can do to help.
By: Carla Francis, Photography by: Carla Francis Check out these top spots to stay if travelling with your furry (or feathered) BFF along the coastal route from Sydney to Palm Cove If you're anything like me, then leaving your furry friends behind is not an option when you travel.
Touring with your best mate requires commitment, but the rewards are great
Today on the blog we present to you.... an insider's guide to the quaint Japanese frog city of Gero, by published author and Japan Times contributor Carla Francis. Gero is translated into English as 'ribbit ribbit' (the sound a frog makes) and this quirky town isn't short on frog themed landmarks.
Trying to get the lowdown on the best pet-friendly place to take the family on holidays can be as hard as explaining to the kids why Fido isn't coming! So here's some top advice on how to holiday as a family with your furred friends.
Isolated from the pulsating sounds of pachinko parlours and the neon lights of Japan’s urban scrums, the small, laid-back city of Takayama in the Japanese Alps offers something the country isn't so renowned for: quiet.
Touring with your best mate.
Moving pets abroad, has long been considered an expensive undertaking.
Carla Francis, July 2011 Three years ago, French couple Guillaume and Laetitia set off on a road trip from Miami that would change one cat's life for ever.