April 25th is ANZAC Day, when we remember Australian and New Zealand troops and the noble sacrifices made in armed conflicts. Previous posts looked at the contribution of courageous canines in World War I (Dogs
There is a special and indescribable kinship shared between dogs and people of all ages. Attention from a dog can brighten your day, make you feel loved and can improve your overall health and wellbeing.
This Saturday the 25th of April marks the 100th anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, or ANZAC, landing at Gallipoli. This landing was seen as the “birth of nationhood” – it was the
In recent weeks Guide Dogs NSW have launched a statewide campaign called ‘Take the lead‘ which is aimed at educating dog owners on the importance of keeping their pooch under control when in the company
Puppy Tales acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land of which we live and work. We extend our deep respects to Elders past, present and emerging, across all the sacred Country we gratefully create upon.