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Is Your Dog Getting Enough Sleep Jan 2022

Is Your Dog Getting Enough Sleep?

Is Your Dog Getting Enough Sleep? Dogs require a definite amount of sleep each day, and not dreaming enough can signal health issues. Getting enough sleep is crucial for health and happiness—for you and your dog! Quality and consistent sleep allow our bodies time to restore and repair itself. It’s the same for our canines,...
7 Snow-Day Dog Activities Jan 2022

7 Snow-Day Dog Activities

7 Snow-Day Dog Activities If you’re looking for fun snow-day activities with your dog, you’re not alone! Here at Aussie Pet Mobile, we’re hard at work thinking of fun activities to keep our dogs busy and happy on the coldest winter days. Here are ten activities that should be on your checklist this winter. Snow...
5 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Pup Jan 2022

5 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Pup

5 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Pup It’s the New Year, which means new goals. At Aussie Pet Mobile, we believe that the health and happiness of our furry friends should be among our top priorities for the New Year ahead. While setting your New Year’s resolutions for your furry friend, you’ll find your goals...
3 Homemade Winter Dog Treats - Dec 2021

3 Homemade Winter Dog Treats

3 Homemade Winter Dog Treats Pumpkin & Banana Treat Dogs love to eat pumpkins if you give them in a creative way. Pumpkin and banana dog treats will be easy on your pockets too. Ingredients One ripe banana. Half fresh pumpkin puree One teaspoon honey 1 ½ cup whole wheat flour. Take half a teaspoon...
Tips For Walking Your Dog This Winter - Dec 2021

Tips For Walking Your Dog This Winter

Tips For Walking Your Dog This Winter Bundle Up! Some dog breeds like Alaskan Malamutes, Huskies, and Saint Bernard are more comfortable as the temperature drops. Although many dogs will be more comfortable with a coat or sweater to protect them from the elements. Dogs who are rather young, older, or have a physical disability...
5 Amazing Holiday Presents For Your Furry Family Member - Dec 2021

5 Amazing Holiday Presents For Your Furry Family Member

5 Amazing Holiday Presents For Your Furry Family Member This holiday season, when the family is all exchanging presents and indulging in festivities, it’s natural to want your dog involved in this special moment. But what makes the best holiday gift for your dog? We have come up with a list of 5 fantastic doggy...
It’s a Wonderful Time of the Year! - Dec 2021

It’s a Wonderful Time of the Year!

It’s a Wonderful Time of the Year! The holiday season is upon us and all of us at Aussie Pet Mobile are wishing you and your family and all your awesome furry friends an outstanding holiday season.  Our pets give us unconditional love with no strings and that is a very special thing.  All they...
The Fall Bucket List 6 Dog-Friendly Dog Activities

The Fall Bucket List: 6 Dog-Friendly Dog Activities

The Fall Bucket List: 6 Dog-Friendly Dog Activities Visit a dog-friendly pumpkin patch. This should be a quintessential autumn tradition for every family. Just make sure the farm is dog-friendly before you head out. After your trip, get your pumpkin-carving tools ready to go! You can carve out their paw, face, name, etc. Bake Pumpkin...
5 Tips For Better Dental Health In Dogs

5 Tips For Better Dental Health In Dogs

5 Tips For Better Dental Health In Dogs The Breath Test: Bad breath can be a common sign of oral disease in your dog. It’s natural for your dog’s breath not to smell great. Although, if your dog’s breath is overwhelming, periodontal disease may cause it or decaying teeth. Tooth-Brushing: Brushing your dog’s teeth might...
Thanksgiving With Dogs The Do’s & Don’ts

Thanksgiving With Dogs: The Do’s & Don’ts

Thanksgiving With Dogs: The Do’s & Don’ts Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and enjoy a feast with family and friends. Regardless if they have 2 or 4 legs! Although, not everything from your delicious meal is safe for your furry friend. Some foods can be downright dangerous for dogs. New smells, new people,...