Tag Archives: dogs

Manipulating mutts

The many ways in which dogs are able to manipulate us, even though they do so in the nicest and most amusing manner, reveal how intensely they study us and work out how best to sculpt us into pliable, obliging ...

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NSPCA warns animal owners about the heat wave

The extreme weather conditions affect all animals. The importance of shade and access to drinking water is emphasised. Chained or confined animals are especially at risk. Contact your local SPCA and provide details so that assistance can be given in ...

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Kloof and Highway Pensioners Day

Join the Kloof and Highway SPCA every Wednesday for their weekly Pensioners Day #AnimaltalkCares Date: Every Wednesday Time: From 8am-4pm Venue and address: Kloof and Highway SPCA, Marilyn’s Tea House, 29 Village Road Kloof Enjoy a 10% discount and a free ...

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It’s time for spring cleaning

A change in the season brings a new set of challenges for the pet owner. We look at ways to cope with spring shedding, allergies, parasites and how to keep pets safe outdoors Take a few hours and do a ...

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BECOME A FURRY FEEDER

Support Dogtown SA and BECOME A FURRY FEEDER #AnimaltalkCares With monthly costs always on the increase, Dogtown SA needs to be absolutely sure that its monthly FurFood bill is taken care of.  This is where YOU come in.  By signing ...

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11 things dogs do really well

Most of us are aware that dogs are intelligent beings with superior senses and some particular abilities that far surpass that of people or machines (for example, they have 10 times the number of smell receptors compared with people and ...

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Living with your Dog on Roxy Blows Show

Listen to Roxy Blows discuss how to live with your dog on her Animal Show on MixFM by clicking the link below #AnimaltalkListenstoRoxyBlows To read more please click here. For more information on Roxy’s Animal Show, please see below: Website Facebook ...

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Digging – Part 1

Why do dogs dig? Confinement stress and lack of mental and physical stimulation Dogs who are confined to a yard, rarely taken off the premises, and provided with little or inadequate mental stimulation, are far more likely to dig and ...

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