dogs

  1. House Breaking a New Puppy

    House Breaking a New Puppy
    Happy belated New Year Pet-Pals! We’re already halfway through January and it only seems to be getting colder! With the New Year comes new opportunities, new choices and new friends! In regards to the latter, many of you may have received a new furry family member (with teeny-tiny paws!), either for Christmas or as a personal undertaking. Well fear not... read more
  2. Go Native - Red Mills' Home Grown Hero

    Go Native - Red Mills' Home Grown Hero
      I’m sure by now that you’ve all seen this new dog food floating around on our website or on others. You may be asking yourself what is Go Native? Why should I buy it? Is it right for me? Amongst many other questions, we have decided to take the time to briefly educate you on why this new food... read more
  3. Seven frequently asked questions about dog toys

    Seven frequently asked questions about dog toys
    At Equipet, we get mountains of questions and requests from all of you about the dog toys we sell: What size is right for my dog? How durable is this dog toy? What is this dog toy made of? Does it come in pink? After much discussion with our highly trained pet experts, we’ve come up with a list of seven of your most frequently asked questions; to help make sure that you’re picking the right toy for your best friend. We take great pride in making sure that your pet has exactly what is right for them and nothing makes us happier than knowing you’re going home with the best quality products for your pet pooch! Continue reading → read more
  4. Anxious Dogs–Combating Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    Anxious Dogs–Combating Separation Anxiety in Dogs
    As we approach the Summer, our calendar begins to fill with days out, trips and Summer holidays, these plans will not always include our pets and you may notice that these periods of absence can trigger separation anxiety in your normally well-behaved dog. What is separation anxiety in dogs? Separation anxiety is disruptive or destructive behaviour when your dog is... read more
  5. Flea Treatment and Protection

    Flea Treatment and Protection
    The best cared for and cleanest dogs (and homes!) are open to a flea infestation so this is not an issue to be embarrassed about, the important thing to do is minimise the spread and use a flea treatment on your pet and home immediatly once you become aware of the fleas. Many would assume that scratching is the main... read more
  6. Has your pet been catching frogs?

    by Julianne Cosgrave, Ashbourne Veterinary Clinic  It's that time of year again, when you might hear your vet asking has your pet had their Canine Cough or kennel cough vaccine yet. Why should you bother getting your pet vaccinated if he never so much as had a sniffle before. So the question really is, 'Is protection better than cure?' Well, then yes... read more
  1. House Breaking a New Puppy

    House Breaking a New Puppy
    Happy belated New Year Pet-Pals! We’re already halfway through January and it only seems to be getting colder! With the New Year comes new opportunities, new choices and new friends! In regards to the latter, many of you may have received a new furry family member (with teeny-tiny paws!), either for Christmas or as a personal undertaking. Well fear not... read more
  2. Go Native - Red Mills' Home Grown Hero

    Go Native - Red Mills' Home Grown Hero
      I’m sure by now that you’ve all seen this new dog food floating around on our website or on others. You may be asking yourself what is Go Native? Why should I buy it? Is it right for me? Amongst many other questions, we have decided to take the time to briefly educate you on why this new food... read more
  3. Seven frequently asked questions about dog toys

    Seven frequently asked questions about dog toys
    At Equipet, we get mountains of questions and requests from all of you about the dog toys we sell: What size is right for my dog? How durable is this dog toy? What is this dog toy made of? Does it come in pink? After much discussion with our highly trained pet experts, we’ve come up with a list of seven of your most frequently asked questions; to help make sure that you’re picking the right toy for your best friend. We take great pride in making sure that your pet has exactly what is right for them and nothing makes us happier than knowing you’re going home with the best quality products for your pet pooch! Continue reading → read more
  4. Anxious Dogs–Combating Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    Anxious Dogs–Combating Separation Anxiety in Dogs
    As we approach the Summer, our calendar begins to fill with days out, trips and Summer holidays, these plans will not always include our pets and you may notice that these periods of absence can trigger separation anxiety in your normally well-behaved dog. What is separation anxiety in dogs? Separation anxiety is disruptive or destructive behaviour when your dog is... read more
  5. Flea Treatment and Protection

    Flea Treatment and Protection
    The best cared for and cleanest dogs (and homes!) are open to a flea infestation so this is not an issue to be embarrassed about, the important thing to do is minimise the spread and use a flea treatment on your pet and home immediatly once you become aware of the fleas. Many would assume that scratching is the main... read more
  6. Has your pet been catching frogs?

    by Julianne Cosgrave, Ashbourne Veterinary Clinic  It's that time of year again, when you might hear your vet asking has your pet had their Canine Cough or kennel cough vaccine yet. Why should you bother getting your pet vaccinated if he never so much as had a sniffle before. So the question really is, 'Is protection better than cure?' Well, then yes... read more

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