4 dog walking tips for summer days
Bay Pet Co Blog
by Tess Williams
1w ago
So many of you will be enjoying long hot summer days here in New Zealand. We thought it were timely to put together our 4 top tips for walking your dog during hot summer days. The best thing about summer here in New Zealand is being able to take your dog out for lots of walks among nature and swims in the ocean or river.   We hope you enjoy our top 4 tips to keep your dog happy and safe during hot summer day escapades.                                         &n ..read more
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Why you should have a pet first aid kit
Bay Pet Co Blog
by Tess Williams
1M ago
Accidents and emergency situations which involve your pet can happen any time of the day or night. You may be out walking or hiking, camping, travelling or hanging out at home. Having a pet first aid kit may help to prevent serious damage to your pet while transporting them to your nearest veterinary clinic. Making sure your first aid kit is near you at all times is a good idea. We recommend having a portable bag with organised compartments making it easy to find whichever equipment you may need during an emergency. Taking it with you in your car or during long walks&n ..read more
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Safe car travels with your pet
Bay Pet Co Blog
by Tess Williams
2M ago
Safe travels with your pet Many of you will be planning trips away with your 4 legged friends over the next month or two. Whether you are planning a 2 day road trip across the country or a quick 10 minute trip to your nearest dog park it is important that your pet is safely buckled in. We have put together some travel tips to keep you and your pet safe during this holiday season and for future trips. Cats The safest way to transport your cat is in a carry cage which has adequate ventilation. You can also cover part of the cage to make your cat feel secure. Many cats don’t enjoy being ..read more
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What to look for when choosing a boarding kennel or cattery.
Bay Pet Co Blog
by Tess Williams
2M ago
What to look for when choosing a boarding kennel or cattery With the holiday season just around the corner, we thought it would be a good time to give you some tips for choosing the best kennel or cattery for your furry friend. It is important to conduct your own research and make sure the place you select has your pets best interest at heart.   Our top tips Make sure you are organised well in advance before heading away as pet care facility's become booked out very quickly. We recommend booking in a visit to see if your dog or cat will be happy at the chosen facility. It is importa ..read more
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Crate training your dog
Blog – Bay Pet Co.
by Tess Williams
2M ago
  If you are about to welcome a new puppy or a new (older dog) into your home, we believe crate training is an important first step.  Owning a dog is a huge commitment which comes with many important responsibilities including feeding, training, exercise and healthcare.  The goal when welcoming a new dog into our home is for them to feel safe, happy and part of family. Training your dog so that they know the home boundaries, behave well and are a pleasure to take anywhere, is an integral part of becoming a dog parent, and creating a&n ..read more
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Bee or wasp stung your pet?
Bay Pet Co Blog
by Tess Williams
2M ago
As we are heading into the warmer months of the year here in New Zealand, we thought it appropriate to talk about what to do if your dog or cat gets stung by a bee or wasp. During the summer months our pets tend to stick their wee noses into flower beds or gardens where bees and wasps are abundant. Bee and wasp stings can be common in cats and dogs. Your pet may be curious and think it's fun to play with a bee or wasp and wind up getting themselves stung.  The common areas for your pet to get stung are the face, head or inside of the mouth. Most pet ..read more
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Exercise tip's for your pet
Bay Pet Co Blog
by Tess Williams
2M ago
We understand how hard it is to try and cram everything into each day. Keeping things in order at home, working, exercising, running errands and looking after your loyal 4 legged (or 3 legged) friend! Check out our top tip's to make sure your pet is getting enough exercise each day. Exercise is an important part of our pet's life. Some of the benefits of regular exercise for your pet are, improved muscle tone, improved mental health, increased metabolism and digestion, socialisation skill's and decreased behavioural and health issues.  Here's a few helpful tip's. 1. Schedule daily ex ..read more
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