Edith Grover

Hi, my name is Edith and I am a dog lover. I have been running a shelter for dogs for the last five years.

iPET Network and Pets at Home announce new partnership

iPET Network and Pets at Home announce new partnership

iPET Network has created an exclusive dog grooming qualification, the iPET Network Level 3 Diploma in Professional Dog Grooming (Exclusive to Pets at Home) in partnership with Pets at Home. The qualification, which is regulated by Ofqual, has been created especially for The Groom Room colleagues. Source link

New TAFE course addresses demand for qualified assistant dog trainers

New TAFE course addresses demand for qualified assistant dog trainers

The launch of TAFE NSW Orange’s Animal Behaviour and Learning course aims to help with the demand for qualified professionals in the animal behavior industry. Initially launched to help address the post-COVID boom in dog ownership, the course has been taken up by dog owners from a broad range of groups from domestic dog owners, …

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James Edwards discusses the impact of Pet Circle

James Edwards discusses the impact of Pet Circle

Pet Circle has been widely recognized for its success, winning awards including SmartCompany’s Smart50, the NSW Telstra Business Award for Fastest Growing Start-up; and it has been consistently rated as a top pet store by Canstar Blue. Co-founded by Mike Frizell and James Edwards, Pet Circle recently secured $125 million Series C funding, becoming one …

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Key takeouts from NSW "Puppy Farming" report

Key takeouts from NSW “Puppy Farming” report

The NSW Parliamentary report into “Puppy Farming” has been released with 18 recommendations to help crack down on unscrupulous breeding practices. The inquiry, which attracted over 900 submissions and more than 6000 responses to an online questionnaire, was introduced by the Animal Justice Party in October 2021 and sought to tighten legislative requirements around cat …

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WSAVA to launch updated Global Pain Guidelines at World Congress

WSAVA to launch updated Global Pain Guidelines at World Congress

News Summary: The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is releasing an updated version of its frequently accessed Global Pain Guidelines at this year’s World Congress. The new edition of its Guidelines for the Recognition, Assessment, and Treatment of Pain is undergoing peer review prior to publication by the Journal of Small Animal Practice. The …

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Australia’s most popular dog breeds and names revealed

Australia’s most popular dog breeds and names revealed

Charlie the Cavoodle maintains its title as Australia’s most popular dog according to research by HCF Pet Insurance. The data showed that the three most popular breeds are Cavoodle, Maltese Cross, and Labrador, with the most popular names being Charlie, Coco, and Bella. Lorraine Thomas, HCF Chief Officer of Product and Diversified Business, said the …

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Guide Dogs WA welcomes first litter of puppies

Guide Dogs WA welcomes first litter of puppies

Guide Dogs Western Australia has welcomed its first litter of puppies following the State Government’s commitment a $5m contribution to facilitate the organization’s breeding program. The now six-week-old puppies will shortly move in with volunteer Puppy Raisers who will raise, care and socialize them for about one year before the puppies enter their formal training. …

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