Which dog breed is right for you?
Need a fur baby in your life? Here are a vet's top tips to help you choose the perfect pet.
The coronavirus crisis has seen Aussies shacked up indoors but, for the puppy-hearted among us, self-isolation has had a silver lining: it's the ideal excuse to get a pet. Not only are we home more to look after and keep it company (read: get no work done because we're too busy playing with our new besties), pets also make great colleagues, with many four-legged friends adding some much needed sass to digital work meetings. But having a pet is a long-term committment so you want to make sure you'll be ready to love and take care of it well after the COVID-19 crisis ends.
If you’ve never had a fur baby before, choosing your first can be a challenge. Veterinarian Dr Kerry Bail says these are some of the factors you should consider when it comes to finding your perfect puppy match.
Italian greyhounds love to lounge.
Avoid Jack Russells if you own cats and bunnies.