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How to create a Stud listing

Posted on October 4, 2019

Creating a Stud listing is easy!   To start create a listing by clicking the red button “List your pet now!” (or click here) and fill in your contact details. On the second page you need to select “I have a pet available for stud services” and then your pet type.     You can […]

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Puppy Pack

Posted on September 23, 2019

  Every Puppy needs a Puppy Starter Pack All this for just $59     All this for just $59 delivered to your door!!       All of the products in our Puppy Pack have been carefully selected including our special multi-purpose puppy leash.         Unlike other Dog Tags which you […]

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Sploot

Posted on June 21, 2019

The Art of the Sploot   Not all dogs can Sploot, but those that can love it and do it often. We thought we would gather some images and show you exactly what a sploot, or splooting, is.                         Send us your Sploot images […]

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Urgent Vet Help

Posted on June 20, 2019

Do you need Emergency Vet Help?   This is a third party product that has qualified vets ready to help. At Pet Adoption & Sales we recognise this can be of great help if you need it. It is not free but they offer a $5 (US) introductory special that could help you and answer […]

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Siberian Husky

Posted on June 4, 2019

Originating in North East Siberia, the Siberian Husky is known as a working dog breed. It has a thick furred double coat that makes it stand out. They are active and energetic and were bred to pull heavy loads across long distances in difficult weather conditions. Initially used as sled dogs, they soon became family […]

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Greyhound

Posted on June 4, 2019

Originally a sighthound, the Greyhound is very popular in Greyhound racing. However, the breed is now becoming quite popular as a family pet, thanks to its loving, intelligent, gentle and charming nature. It can live in apartments, as it is inactive indoors and does not bark too much. A brisk walk and regular runs in […]

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