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Popular pet tracking devices bring with them privacy issues for the owner

Pet tracking devices (also known as pet wearables) are small devices used to track the physical activity and health of dogs and cats.

University researchers have conducted a survey on 19 market leading pet trackers and concluded that they all gather far more data about the owner than the pet. Its generally unclear what happens to your private data after its been collected. The data can in all cases be used to personally identify the pet owner.

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Thunderstorm phobia in your dog and ways to relieve it

Many dogs show signs of fear and anxiety during a thunderstorm. Some dogs with storm phobia are also frightened of other loud noises, such as fireworks or gunshots.

There are a number of actions you can take to help relieve your pet's anxiety and fear.

Read on to find out more ...

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What to do if your dog or cat is stung by a bee?

Spring is well underway in Australia, and this means flowers, and flowers means bees! Bees are often attracted to grass and weed flowers at ground level, which are common in parks and also on garden verges or the side of footpaths.

If your pet gets stung by a bee, here's what you need to do ...

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Low cost (subsidised) desexing for Australian cat and dog owners

Its not widely known, but for those in financial need, there is a great network of vets around Australia who offer low cost, subsidised desexing for cats and dogs.

When you desex your pet, you’re doing yourself, your pet and your community a big favour.

The National Desexing Network directory:
https://ndn.org.au/desexing-directory/

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Slow Feeder Bowls Review by Australian Dog Lover

The magnificent team at Australian Dog Lover have posted an in depth review of our three slow feeder bowls.
Chow Slow - Slow Feeder Bowls Review - by Australian Dog Lover
Their two Malinois dogs are experienced with slow feeder bowls, having used various types of slow feed bowl over the past four years. Our Turquoise bowl was the most successful in slowing down eating, followed by the Lime bowl, then the Stainless Steel bowl.

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