How to be a Good Cat

When your human is wrapping gifts, it is important for you to help them by sitting on the gift wrap. They like this. Always try to pack yourself into the vacation suitcase. Sleep on the computer keyboard so your human must stop working and pet you. It’s very important to wake your human up in the middle of the night to let them know you’re okay. Sleep, sleep and then sleep some more. The more you sleep, the more cat you are. Refuse cuddles at a reasonable time. Demand cuddles at 3am. Find clothes to sit on, even if the...[Read More]

Aussie’s Summer Pet Safety Reminders

August 6 is National Friendship Day and a great time to think about your very best friends, the wonderful pets that make up your extended family. With the heat of Summer upon us, here are some reminders to help keep your four-legged buddies safe and happy. Never, ever leave your dog in a hot car. We all love to take our pets with us, but on hot days, do what is best for them and leave them home. It only takes minutes for a pet to die in a car parked in the sun. Make sure your pet always has...[Read More]

Valentine’s Day Cards

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Prevent Dog Barking

Prevent Dog Barking With cold weather upon us, your dogs are more likely to be indoors. With being inside, your dogs may become anxious and start barking. Here are some simple tips from Aussie Pet Mobile on how to help prevent unwarranted barking: Keep them active. Go for a walk or play around the house to help tire out your pup. A tired dog is likely to be less anxious about noises or commotion and less likely to bark. Provide some entertainment while you are gone. Find a fun, safe toy that is likely to keep them busy for a...[Read More]

Holiday Family Photos With Your Pets!

Holiday Family Photos With Your Pets! This is the time of year when everybody wants to take family photos.  Your pet is an important part of the family.  Here are some tips for creating memorable family photos with your beloved pets. If you are going to use a professional photographer, make sure they are pet-friendly! You can judge this from their studio or website. If you are going to take your own photos, know your equipment. Many modern cameras can work remotely, or even work with a smart phone so you can be in the photos and control the timing....[Read More]

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