General information related to pet ownership and the joy of owning and looking after pets
Australia is a young country and the domestic horse breeding scene is no different. From the Brumby onwards, horses have played an important role in Australian history and culture. The continental climate of this island nation has given way to unique horse breeds with distinct looks, temperament and willingness. There are literally hundreds of horse breeds worldwide. Though, all horses are classes into four distinct categories, being: hot bloods, warm bloods, cold bloods, and ponies. Thankfully, horse breeding has been well documented over the centuries, meaning tracing a horse’s ancestry is achievable. Below you will read about the top 5 Australian horse breeds. Some are recent, while others date back to before the first fleet. Au . . .
Nature's Gift are proud to be Gold Sponsors of Australian Organic Awareness Month this September, promoting the organic industry in Australia and getting behind other certified organic brands. Nature's Gift have been producing premium, natural pet food in Australia for over 20 years. On their 20th Birthday in September 2014, they released the first Certified Organic Dog Food in Australian Grocery stores. Following this in May 2015, the brand launched their Certified Organic Cat Food range which was once again, the first of its kind. Both the dog and cat Certified Organic ranges include a selection of single serve trays and dry food formulas. With a loyal following wanting to explore the possibility of an organic pet food range for . . .
Australia is big on pet ownership, it is estimated that there are some 33 million pets in Australia, which is a huge number for a country with a population of just 23 million people. Some pets are as close as family and it is understandable if you want to keep and share memories with them. One of the best ways of capturing fond memories of your pet is by taking photographs. However, unlike human beings pets can be problematic when it comes to taking pictures. Going about the task can be overwhelming but the good news is that it can be done with a bit of preparation. Here are top tips on how to take photographs of your pet. 1. Get your pet to cooperate One of the hardest things to do when photographing a pet is getting him or her to . . .
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