When Nat Locke heard the five-star QT Perth is allowing dogs to check in for a decadent staycation, she got excited.
A Perth entrepreneur is rattling the tin for $500,00 to launch a ride-sharing app for pets.
A veterinary nutritionist helps pet owners break down the value of raw meat, homemade, processed and vegan pet diets to determine the best way to feed your cat or dog.
A Perth driver is in the doghouse with WA Police after officers caught them taking a photo of a pet pooch sitting on their lap whilst driving.
People looking for a new furry friend are being urged to be wary of online advertisements, with police warning potential buyers not to fall for offers that seem too good to be true.
A curious tale of two small dogs who went missing in a suspected dognapping has had a happy ending, with the pair found safe and well on a remote mining lease 100km from their home.
Guide Dogs WA has issued a challenge for WA pet lovers for the month of August to get bendy.
Jasper Bartlett has always been an animal lover — but he couldn’t adopt his own two dogs until he spent years getting vital injections.
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West Aussies coughed up $26,000 last month after being fooled by dodgy advertisements, spending anywhere from $150 to an eye-watering $5000 for a dog that never has its day.
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After two days of painful separation from Paua — a six-month-old English Staffordshire pup — Perth boy Devantea was woken on his fourth birthday today by licks and cuddles from his beloved pooch.
A Swan Valley couple have made an emotional plea for help to find their lost puppy Mischka, after the eight-month-old who “means the world” to the family went missing in Malaga yesterday.
Keep your pooch looking, not to mention smelling, its best with these tips from the experts.
There is no doubt your pet has enjoyed having you home all day during lockdown. But as we start to head back to work it can unleash a hidden problem. Here is what to look out for.
A devastated family is mourning the loss of their beloved pet dog after it was killed and a young girl mauled in a vicious attack by another dog in Ocean Reef this morning.
Because it isn’t just their owners who are going a little stir crazy staying at home all day.
Wannabe pet owners are being encouraged to be patient with cat and dog breeders amid the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown, with limited litters available and waitlists extending into next year.
People are not the only ones affected by the regional boundary closures, with animals in need of being re-homed also caught up in the new changes.
There’s never been a better time to find comfort in an adopted pet — but make sure you consider life after the crisis before adding to your family.
Even those who do not own pets may end up footing the bill of new State Government rules aimed at banning puppy farms.
While we haven’t followed the NSW trend of mass animal adoptions during the country’s COVID-19 self-isolation efforts, the RSPCA says foster applications are through the roof.
With our pets providing much-needed comfort in these challenging times, it’s natural to worry about the impact of the coronavirus on our companions.
Its been a five-year ordeal for a beloved pooch to live with his devoted owner in an apartment building. But after a messy battle, the police are now involved.
Sometimes all it takes are small changes to our own actions and enriching an animal’s surrounds to turn poor behaviour around.
Some vets say they are being urged to close their doors amidst the COVID-19 crisis and are calling for animal clinics to be classified as an "essential business" to ensure they stay open.
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