Introducing Royal Canin Canine Pouches

wet dog food

Launching this month is Royal Canin Wet Dog Food Pouches. These are so popular for our cat customers and I'm sure your pooch will love them just as much too!

DEAL: Buy a 2kg bag of food and get 6 FREE pouches or buy a large bag of food and get a FREE box.

Landing in store 14th March 2019.

Buttercup

Brontosaurus Pet of the Month

Meet Buttercup who is our Brontosaurus Pet of the month for March! She is one lucky and very loved bunny! Congratulations Buttercup, come on in for your free rabbit treat! #pets #brontosauruspets #coffscoast #coffsharbour #welovepets #coffsnsw #petofthemonth #brontobaby

 

Pet News Coffs Harbour

Christmas Safety Guide for your pets to keep them safe, happy and healthy during the festive season. WATCH WHAT THEY EAT Items that look harmless on our lunch plate are not so innocent in our pets’ bowl. No cooked bones, fat trimmings, chocolate, nuts or onions! Although it might seem natural to give a dog a bone, it is very dangerous, as it can be a choking hazard, and even splinter and cause an obstruction or laceration in your dog’s digestive system. Don’t let your pet indulge just because its Christmas. KEEP THEM AWAY FROM THE TREE Pine tree needles, mistletoe, plastic Christmas trees, tinsel, baubles, and glitter, are all innocent in appearance, yet dangerously poisonous to our pets. These can cause mouth irritation, vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, difficulty breathing, collapse, hallucinations and possibly death when ingested. LIGHTS LIGHTS LIGHTS If you are putting up Christmas lights or lighting candles, make sure they are out of reach for our pets. Electrical cords seem like very good chew toys to our pets, however we know how dangerous they can be if they were to chew on a live cord. Candles can also be easily tipped over and hot wax can spill, so best to keep those out of harms way. DRESS THEM CAREFULLY Many of us love to dress up our pets to have them looking in the Christmas spirit, but it is important to avoid outfits with ribbon, bells, or any dangly, detachable item that your pet could rip off and choke on. If you are going to dress your pet, make sure you don't have them dressed for too long. Christmas is typically a hot day in Australia so our pets won't enjoy the extra layer for too long, and we don't want to make their bodies work too hard to stay cool....