Loud noises such as thunderstorms and fireworks can be traumatic for pets. While fireworks may seem far away from our own backyards, our pets, with their heigthened sense of hearing, may still be nervous about unexpected noise.
Annually, fireworks being set off on New Year’s Eve have a devastating effects on the pets we love, with shelters like The Lost Dogs’ Home being left to pick up the pieces. Some Top Tips from the home include:
Dog lover and Best Friends Kawana Store General Manager Glenn couldn't imagine getting married to partner Colleen without his two girls Piper and Phoebe by his side.
As the couple began preparations for the big day, they decided that piper and Phoebe needed dates to escort them down the aisle, and so their 'boyfriends' Nero (tri-coloured) and Fred (Pembroke) were also invited.
Join us for our famous Puppy Pre-School Reunion and Dog Party!
We're celebrating all of our clever graduates with lots of fun in store, plus games, giveaways and great offers which will be revealed soon! Bring your Puppy Pre-School graduate, your dog, your friends and their pooches to join in the party!
At Best Friends, we have everything you need to keep your pets happy and healthy and include them in your every day lives.
Meet Store General Manager Malcolm and the team, who can't wait to meet local pet parents and their pets! Leashed and vaccinated pets are always welcome at Best Friends, so bring in your dog and let them choose their next treat or toy!
Best Friends and Advance are giving away 4 Esky Ice King 45L Coolers at every Best Friends store!
The Ice King 45L cooler is an icon in Australia. This hard Esky can keep ice for up to 4 days and features all terrain wheels so it can go with you and your best friends to the beach, park, campsites - anywhere!
Some of Victoria's most special children will get to spend time with some lovely farm animals at the Christmas Party For Special Children in Melbourne on Sunday 13th December.
Melbourne's Christmas Party for Special Children is in its 21st year and gives children who are sick, terminally ill, physically and mentally challenged, or disadvantaged through circumstance, the opportunity to celebrate Christmas and have fun in a safe and accepting environment.