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  1. Hello, We have slot of white flies in our backyard, we have tried home remedies but didn't work. We are looking for something that is dog/pet friendly. If anyone knows of something please post the details. Thank you
  2. Thanks for everyone's replies! We will probably let our dog settle in first and see how he goes. If we need to maybe look at another golden, female, or a spaniel. Thanks everyone!
  3. Hi All, We have a 2 year old Golden Retreiver and as you all will know, he is the most amazing, kind and beautiful boy ever. Very submissive and obedient... When he wants to be haha. We have been living with our parents for 6 months with there 2 terriors and some good land. We are about to move into our newly built house that has a 10 x 9m backyard. It's a descent size yard and we walk him twice a day as well. We are worried he will be lonely and sad without the other dogs then, so were thinking of getting another dog. Going to let him settle in first and see how he goes. Have always loved Beagles and were thinking of one but always been warned about them. We will have good colourbond fencing so won't be able to escape. Dont't want another bigger dog but don't miniature either, medium sized dog. If anyone has any ideas, links.... Would loved to hear them. Thank you Thomo
  4. Hi Everyone, A friend of ours has a dog that has kennel cough. Has been told that childrens cough medicine could help. Wondering if anyone has tried this before? Thanks
  5. I am sorry i should have been more specific. I was meaning a kennel as in a place for the dogs to stay if we were to go away. We were looking at the following place: http://www.cottagekennels.com.au/
  6. Hello, We are wondering if anyone has any feedback on the kennels in the area of South Morang in Victoria? Thanks
  7. Hello All, Just wondering we were thinking of putting some mice/rat bait in our pantry cause we think we may have had mice in there, just cleaned it all out. We were wondering if it would be dangerous if the mice eat it then ran off and die and if our dog found the mouse and either ate it or chewed on it? he wouldn't be able to get to the bait itself but would it be dangerous if he got the actual mouse? Thanks Thomo
  8. Will try the poo thing first but the more permanant sand pit sounds like a great idea, although we are renting so have to see if the land lord would be happy with something like that. Thanks for all your help everyone. P.S I just thought though if we did do the permanant sand pit, wouldn't cats use it as a toilet?
  9. yeah what everyone says above he is... loves been the puppy he is. Yes i agree he would love to find colder soil to dig up and get his nose cooler... the holes arne't big enough to lay in. We walk him twice a day if we are home like the weekend or a day off, otherwise once a day usually at night because we go to work early but its a big walk. I know the morning would be better but don't possible. We have many toys that we rotate to make things interesting for him.
  10. ok no worries, thanks. Would have been nice if you could
  11. yeah i was thinking of burying his poo in the hole.... thanks, good idea
  12. i was just wondering thats all, like you can claim medibank private health insurance for people directly at some doctors and was wondering if you could with pets as well. Guess not.
  13. Hi, Our Golden Retriever is 9-10 months old and never used to dig in the backyard in the grassed areas but has started to do so, alot of holes are apprearing We have a sand pit in a clam shell for him to dig in, we have a bungy rope that he loves, we on hot days have a pool in a clam shell as well, he has slow release toys in the backyard as well. We are after some advise.... if we fill the holes in, is there anyway of preventing him doing this again? perhaps something in the soil we fill them with or something. Thanks
  14. Hi, I was just wondering if anyone knows of a Vet in the northern suburbs (South Morang) area that you can claim your Medibank Pet Insurance straight away? instead of sending off the forms etc. Thanks
  15. Hi, We have a grand parent with very poor eye sight and we were thinking a seeing eye dog would be pervert for her. She is based in Adelaide and we were wondering how we go about applying to get one and what the requirements are? Any help would be great. Thanks
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