anna@rockyncopetcare.com
+64 220 897 8255
anna@rockyncopetcare.com
+64 220 897 8255

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Rocky & Co. Pet Care: 2018 in Review Here’s a selection of pictures of the dogs we looked after throughout the year. A big THANK YOU from Rocky & Family to all of you who’ve supported us and trusted your pets to our care. Blair, Rocky, Wookie, Jack, the chickens (18 of them) and the sheep (3 of them) and I wish you a very Happy 2019! We hope to see the familiar furry faces again in the new year and we look forward to meeting new friends as well! Check out......

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This is Buddy. He’s been staying with us over the Holiday season. And what a character that he is! He’s basically still a puppy and has a lot of energy. That’s great when it comes to our daily morning walks which are offered to all dogs that stay with us (check out Dog Sitting). Buddy needs regular exercise (and so do I … shush). Our regular walks have been awesome to keep this big boy happy and unstressed. But other things are important to keep him (and every dog) physically and mentally healthy. So......

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Information for pet owners. ??????? Antibiotic resistance is a big issue but we can all play our part in helping to reduce its further emergence and spread. We’ve put this graphic together to show how you can help. The key message is to follow the advice of your veterinarian, and if your pet is prescribed antibiotics make sure you follow the instructions and complete the prescribed course. Regular check-ups, up-to-date vaccinations, good nutrition and hygiene will also play a huge part in preventing disease. If we prevent disease we reduce the need for......

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Attention Dog Lovers!!! I know you probably love peanut butter and so does your dog. Maybe some of you give peanut butter to your dogs as treat? Or to help you with their medication (e.g. pills)? Just be very careful with some brands that use a type of sweetener called xylitol. Xylitol is commonly used in several products such as tooth paste, yogurt, chewing gum etc. So, make sure you read the label for ingredients before you buy your next peanut butter jar. Better yet! Make your own peanut butter, that way......

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