Rain, hail or shine I walk my dog twice a day. It’s his favourite thing to do, and we often joke that his Halloween costume should be that of a security guard with the amount of “rounds” he does to make sure the perimeter around our neighbourhood is secure. Because of the amount of walking … Continue reading HerCanberra’s Five Unwritten Rules of Dog Walking
It’s not locating your passport or trying to fit that extra pair of skinny jeans into your already-not-going-to-zip suitcase.For many people, it’s saying goodbye to your pet for the weeks (or months) that you’re going on holidays. You may have cottoned on to this fact by now, but my dog Buddy is one of the … Continue reading HerCanberra’s The Hardest Part Of The Holiday
Looking for something outside the box when it comes to pampering your pooch? There’s a lot of research to be done when looking for a dog groomer, a kennel, a particular product, or anything that is going to interact with your precious pup. The task can be daunting, so I’ve done the research for you … Continue reading HerCanberra’s Pamper Your Pooch: Four Canberra Dog Friendly Services
If you are looking for something fun and adventurous things to do with your pet, why not take them camping? There are heaps of pet friendly camping areas around Canberra and the surrounding regions that are relaxing, fun and a perfect place to get your pampered pooch back to nature.
Our dogs are like our children, and it’s because of this that the idea of hosting a birthday party for man’s best friend is becoming more and more common. We invest so much time and energy into the birthday parties of our (human) children, but it’s all worth it when we see the delight on … Continue reading ARF’s The Art of the (Dog) Party
Photos are a great way to remember the special moment and loved ones, so why wouldn’t you include your four-legged best friend in these captured pieces of time? “More and more people really see their dog as a family member and have a very close bond with them,” explains pet photographer Peter Hollmann. “So I … Continue reading HerCanberra’s Pawfect Portraits
Ever wanted to help save a life?
The ACT Rescue and Foster Inc. (ARF) is a small non-profit community organisation that focuses on rescuing dogs of all types from pounds in the Canberra and Queanbeyan region. These dogs are usually on the euthanasia lists (dogs that are going to be put down due to overcrowding or because no one has come along yet that wants them), so ARF provides loving foster homes to look after the dogs until new permanent homes can be found.