Easter is such a wonderful time of thankfulness and celebration and a time where we can often indulge in good food, drinks and especially chocolate. If, like me, you have a big family, it’s likely you’ll have a heap of chocolate around the house at this time of year. You may even have chocolate hidden around the garden ready for a traditional Easter egg hunt. Although delicious to humans, chocolate is toxic to dogs and cats and it’s therefore essential we keep chocolate out of reach of our pets. Gently remind guests and children not to feed pets any kind of chocolate during their stay or maybe consider keeping your pets in a separate area to avoid temptation. The signs of chocolate ingestion include vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, thirst and muscle twitching. If you suspect your dog has eaten chocolate and is showing any of these signs, take them to your local vet immediately. How about an Easter ‘Treat Hunt’ for your pets. Hide some delicious love’em treats around the house and garden and let them hunt them out for themselves. Have a fun, wonderful Easter! Get Easter treats
We are so excited to be attending the Melbourne Dog Lovers Show in May. Score heaps of free products, have the chance to win amazing prizes from over 200 exhibitors, and enjoy an extensive array of Pooch-based entertainment. It truly is heaven for Dog lovers and once you’ve bought your tickets everything you see and do at the Show is FREE!
Around 30,000 passionate Dog Lovers attended the last event and the 2017 Melbourne Dog Lovers Show will again celebrate our canine friends like no other event in Australia. The event will be staged from Friday 5 to Sunday 7 May 2017 at the Royal Exhibition Building and will be one of the largest and most comprehensive Festivals for Dog lovers in the world. Ticket prices
If your cat is full of beans then you have got to get your hands on this interactive prize pack. We’re giving away a Catit Senses 2.0 Play Circuit and a Frolicat Bolt valued at $80 RRP. For fun action videos and more product info, visit these pages: Catit Circuits and Frolicat laser toys. Fill in our form to win! Enter now
Some groups we’ve sponsored
Million Paws Walk
Last year at the Million Paws Walk in Perth, City Farmers Mobile Dog Wash and love’em teamed up to raise loads of money for the RSPCA, and we’re doing it all again! City Farmers Mobile Dog Wash is donating all of the money from each dog wash in Perth to the RSPCA, and you’ll also receive a free love’em showbag. You can contribute too, the Million Paws Walk is a national event held on 21st May, find your closest location to start walking with us.