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Pawssum's new 'Vets on Demand" app set to revolutionise the vet care industry ... 

A national app-based vet booking service says Australia’s $3 billion vet industry is on the brink of a significant transformation being driven by increasing demand for flexibility, personalisation and convenience by both vets and consumers.

Pawssum, which enables vets to make home visits and then refers cases needing surgery to selected vet clinics, has just launched in Perth and will soon launch in Adelaide after initially setting up in Sydney in 2016. It also operates in Melbourne and Brisbane.

Pawssum founder Guy Sharabi said the group was experiencing success, with the technology being embraced by vets looking for more flexibility in their career. 

“The vet industry is already seeing a casualisation of the workforce with a rise in Locum vets, the majority of which are women, opting to work as locums because of the opportunity to choose your working hours and earn better rates of pay,” he said.

“Services such as ours are sparking the next transformation of the industry because we offer vets needing a better work/life balance a new level of career personalisation – on top of being able to work only when and where they want to and to be remunerated at a higher rate, they can opt to only do certain types of vet work, to not work with specific animals or breeds and the like.

”What we bring to the table is the chance for a vet to essentially run their own business but without having to set up the technology required to do manage that.

“They also don’t have to handle bookings, billings or payments, or do the paperwork typically involved in having your own company. We also cover them with our public liability and professional indemnity insurance so they can concentrate on what they like to do, which is care for animals.

“With the industry undergoing corporatisation, many vets will also be unlikely to get the chance to set up their own clinic so this is the next closest option, with a lot more upside for some.” “We believe with the flexibility of the Pawssum system and what it has to offer, more vets will come back to treating animals, and we are in fact seeing growing numbers of vets doing just that on our platform”. 

Mr Sharabi said the changes would also benefit existing clinics who usually struggled to offer a mobile service to their existing customer base, or acquire new customers. “We work in tandem with a selected number of local clinics which, because of our referral system, end up regularly treating animals they otherwise would never have seen, so we’re adding to their revenue stream,” he explained. 

Pawssum works with trusted and respected partner clinics including Animal Doctors, Bondi Vet Hospital, Sydney Animal Hospitals, Vet HQ, Struggletown, Lilydale vet centre and Dr Paws to name a few. Dr Josie Gollan from Animal Doctors said: “As one of Pawssum’s partner clinics, we have found the system straight forward, easy-to-use and it has provided us with access to patients we may not have otherwise seen.” 

Pawssum Ambassador, Baron the olde English Mastiff
“The consumer is obviously a crucial factor in this too – they are getting on board because in this day and age where you can order virtually anything online and get it delivered to your door, they want to see their vet, on demand and at home too,” said Mr Sharabi. 

Pawssum’s on-demand vets can help with urgent medical check-ups, vaccinations, dental, heart, eye and ear checks, taking blood and lump samples, in-clinic follow up or dog training and behaviourist. There’s even an at-home euthanasia service offering increased comfort and privacy.

The Pawssum app also keeps a pet’s complete health records accessible by the pet owner or physician at any time, for continuity of service. 
Appointments can be made and managed through the Pawssum app or website.

For more details, please visit

About Pawssum

Pawssum gives back to the community by donating a portion of each booking to a pet-related charity

It was founded by Guy Sharabi and Barry Green in 2016.

The idea was inspired by an experience Mr Sharabi’s friend went through earlier that year. "My mate told me about her stressful day, when her 16-year-old son called her at work, worrying about their dog vomiting, and she didn't know what to do. She rang a few vets in the area but none could make a house visit,” he said. "I couldn't believe that in 2016, where you can get almost anything to your home on demand, a home vet visit was not widely available and affordable.”

To date Pawssum has serviced over 1,000 pets at home and more than 120 vets have registered to service Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth.

Animal Medicines Australia statistics show 4.8 million dogs and 3.8 million cats were being kept in Australia in 2016.

MEDIA RELEASE, 18th July 2018
It’s a dog’s life once again as Pepper Tree Wines hosts their annual Pooch Picnic on Sunday 12th August 2018.

Tails are wagging for Pepper Tree Wines Pooch Picnic ...

Taking place on the Pepper Tree grounds in Pokolbin (Hunter Valley) for the seventh year, the Pooch Picnic is the perfect way to spend the day with your canine pals with pet pampering stalls and competitions.

Renowned dog trainer Kelly Gill and 
the Wonderdogs - her team of talented Border Collies - will perform their popular trick shows and training demonstrations

There will be plenty of food and wine to tempt the tastebuds including wine by the glass from Pepper Tree Wines, Bao Brothers Food Truck, juices from Pulp Addiction and coffee from Drop Bear Roasters plus cheese platters available from the Pepper Tree Wines cellar door.

According to Pepper Tree Wines’ Michelle Preece, the pooch picnic was created seven years ago as an extension of the Pepper Tree Pet Club and as a way of raising much needed funds for local not-for-profit animal rescue organisations.

“The team at Pepper Tree Wines know what an integral part a pet plays in their owners lives. Our head winemaker Gwyn Olsen’s dog Spencer is a regular visitor at Pepper Tree Wines and is often seen wandering the grounds and greeting visitors at the cellar door. The Pooch Picnic is a way for us to celebrate all our four-legged friends,” Michelle said.

Dog Rescue Newcastle is a volunteer organisation committed to the rescue of abandoned, neglected or abused companion animals. They ensure rescue dogs and cats are placed into loving foster homes where they receive the love and attention they deserve until a permanent home can be found.

When: Sunday 12 August 2018, from 10:30am to 2:30pm

Where: 86 Halls Rd, Pokolbin, NSW, 2320 

Tips to enjoy your day:
  • Entry is by gold coin donation
  • Dogs must be social and on a leash at all times
  • Bring your own rugs, chairs and dog tidy bags. 
For more details, please visit  

Vetlicious is a complete vitamin and mineral supplement for dogs to make home cooked pet food easy and affordable whilst ensuring your pet is getting a complete, balanced diet.

This product is the brainchild of Dr Steve Denley, a small animal veterinarian with over 20 years experience. Over the years, he noticed that many pets' ailments and overall health improved after switching to a home cooked diet. However, many owners like us get frustrated by the complexity of trying to provide a truly balanced diet - one that contains the correct amount of vitamins and minerals.

We came across this new supplement a few months back but decided to wait for the colder weather to set in as it is more conducive to cooking for our dogs and ourselves!

What is in the Vetlicious supplement?

Just like our own diet, the nutrients that are needed to keep a dog healthy include basic protein, energy, vitamins and minerals. In the long-term if these nutrients go below or above the required levels, this can result in an imbalance and possibly lead to anything from a mild illness to death.

Vetlicious was carefully designed by veterinary nutritionists to be used in conjunction with some specific recipes to meet the (minimum) standards set by AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials).

It comes as a white powder which has a minimal but pleasant odour  - for better pet acceptance - and is designed to be easily mixed with your dog's home cooked meal just before serving. It contains carefully selected hypoallergenic ingredients with a chick pea protein base, ideal for elimination diets.

What is an Elimination Diet?

An elimination diet is a short-term eating plan that eliminates certain foods that may be causing allergies and other digestive reactions - then reintroduces the foods one at a time in order to determine which are / are not well tolerated. It is primarily used for pets with skin conditions and/or gastrointestinal issues.

Kangaroo and Emu are novel foods that most dogs are unlikely to have eaten before (or in small quantities) so these two recipes are recommended for an elimination diet. 

Strict adherence to the diet for 6-12 weeks is needed for the trial to be valid. This means that all other proteins in the form of treats or even flavoured medication (e.g. beef flavoured heartworm medication) should be avoided during that time. 

How to use your Vetlicious supplement?

1. The first step is to visit and choose your protein (Beef, Chicken, Kangaroo or Emu) recipe. 
2. You will need to enter your dog's weight and body condition, level of carbohydrates and finally decide how many days you'd like to prepare meals for. The Vetlicious calculator will work out how much of each ingredients is needed and also how much supplement to add daily - this varies depending on the recipe. 

Each of the proteins contain varying amounts of nutrients themselves, which of course varies the amount of Vetlicious required to achieve the same overall balance within the diet. e.g. beef (and lamb) is low in sulfur containing amino acids compared with other meats.

Please note:

  • When cooking in bulk, you'll need to freeze your meals separately and ensure each portion is thawed in the refrigerator for 24 hours, before warming at least to room temperature to serve.
  • As with any changes, you'll need to transition your dog slowly to this new home made diet. The website recommends starting with 50% existing diet and 50% home-cooked meal for at least one week before transitioning to a 100% home made diet. If your dog suffers from medical conditions, always speak with your own vet first to ensure a diet change is appropriate.

Personally, we decided to trial these recipes with our senior dog Conner (12 years) for two reasons: mainly to boost his immune system but also to hopefully assist with the first signs of arthritis as we noticed he was really slowing down this winter ... Not knowing if he'd go for a home cooked diet, we opted to prepare meals only for 3 days at a time.

Over a 4-week period, we tested three recipes (Beef, Chicken and Kangaroo) and found them very easy to cook and they worked well as a maintenance diet (our dog having no special skin or food allergies). Emu is proving a bit tricky to source but we're keeping an eye out!

Vetlicious Kangaroo recipe at the start of our cook
We cooked our first meal using premium kangaroo fillets however we easily found some quality human-grade roo mince which works out cheaper and saves on prep time. Despite getting on in years, our dog is not in the least bit fussy but this Kangaroo recipe was by far the most popular!

Adding the Vetlicious supplement at both breakfast and dinner time was easy enough to remember after a couple of days! 

Our Verdict

Bearing in mind that we used this supplement only for one month and with one dog, this is not a clinical trial so it's honestly difficult to say what impact it had in the short-term. Correlation is not causation! 

However only back in June, Conner did not want to get up early in the morning,  appeared very lethargic overall and had clear issues with mobility in his hind legs as he was reluctant to jump on and off the bed or the couch. We generally feel that his energy levels have improved this month: he's up with everyone else jumping off the bed unassisted and his legs appear not to be hurting as much ...

Vetlicious Beef recipe at the start of our cook

Probably the one thing we did not fully agree with is the cooking method of 'boiling the ingredients separately'. 

We much prefer simmering all the ingredients in one pot with some human-grade bone broth rather than water (but obviously don't do this if your dog is using any of these recipes as an elimination diet!) and we also chose not drain the liquid at the end as it smelled way too good to be wasted...

We liked the addition of low GI sweet potatoes in the chicken recipe but we were less happy with the amount of brown rice used in the beef recipe so it would be great to 
see new recipes added to the website offering a lower level of carbohydrates ... 

You can be really flexible with your choice of non-starchy vegetables (green beans, spinach, broccoli, carrots etc.) as long you use the overall weight as per the recipe.

The cost will obviously depend on your choice of protein, whether you opt for organic sources and if you shop at the wholesale butcher or the supermarket but Dr. Steve Denley advised the average cost of feeding a 20kg dog on a Vetlicious recipe (incl. supplement) is around $20-25 per week.

We will definitely give this Vetlicious supplement another full month's trial after a short break and will keep monitoring Conner's progress during that time.

Price & Where to Buy

RRP: $48.75 (456g pack) exclusively at  
Vision Australia Seeing Eye DogsVeterinary Symposium will be held on 11-12 September 2018, at its headquarters in Melbourne, Australia.

Since the recent announcement of its International Veterinary Symposium, Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs, has already attracted many leading Australian and international veterinarians and experts in the dog guide, shelter and kennel medicine industry to the event.

Being held in Melbourne at the state-of-the-art Seeing Eye Dogs headquarters from 11-12 September 2018, with the support of Royal Canin and Greencross Vets, the Symposium will have a stellar line-up of speakers and will cover a wide range of topics that focus on veterinary conditions, treatments, new research, kennel stress and infectious diseases, compassion fatigue and other veterinary challenges:

  • Prof Claire Wade BSc (Hons) PhD UNSW GCertEd UQ - Chair of Computational Biology and Animal Genetics at the University of Sydney – Genetics for service dog programs 
  • Dr Richard Woolley BVetMed DipECVIM-CA(Cardiology) MRCVS - Cardiac valve disease in Retrievers 
  • Dr Sam Snelling BVSc FANZCVS (Small Animal Surgery) - Elbow Dysplasia
  • Dr Greg Burton BVSc (Hons) MACVSc (Small Animal Surgery), FACVSc (Dermatology) - Dermatology topics for Retrievers 
  • Dr Steven Holloway BVSc MVS PhD MACVSc Dipl. ACVIM - Infectious Disease in Kennel Environments 
  • Dr Trepheena Hunter BAgSc (Hons) MAgSc BVSc (Hons) MANZCVS (Veterinary Behaviour) - Detecting and Managing kennel stress 
  • Dan Casey, Capability Development Manager, Vision Australia – Compassion Fatigue 

Get involved and share your expertise 

Seeing Eye Dogs are now calling out for abstract submissions for attendees wishing to present at the Symposium, in addition to suggestions for discussion topics.

The deadline for submissions and suggestions will be Friday 17 August, 2018

Please find submission details and all current event information on the Vet Symposium landing page:

Event Accommodation 

There is a special discount rate of 10% for Symposium attendees at two hotels close to the venue. These include The Larwill, Parkville and the Mercure, North Melbourne. Both hotels are within a short 10-minute drive from the event venue and are equally as close to Melbourne’s City Centre where delegates can explore the amazing restaurants, cafés, galleries and shopping that Melbourne has to offer.

Networking Event

Delegates of the Veterinary Symposium will also have the opportunity to wind down, have some canapes and beverages, and network with like-minded professionals from across the globe from 5:00pm-6:30pm on Tuesday 11th September.

Attendance is included in the Veterinary Symposium registration price, and includes a meet and greet with our event sponsors Royal Canin and Greencross Vets, guide work demonstrations in the new state-of-the-art Mobility Training Centre, and tours of our purpose built Veterinary Clinic, Breeding Centre and Training Kennels. 

This event is AVA VetEd-approved and is eligible for VetEd points. 


Places are going fast! To register, please click here   

The Dirty Dog Tail Run is an adventurous event for dog lovers and their hounds, held each August in the Coopernook State Forest (NSW).

Whether you're a fitness fur-natic or just love meeting new mutts, you'll love the Dirty Dog Tail Run, a fun dog's fay out for dirt loving hounds.

This year two different courses will be offered - an 8.5km run and a shorter 4km course - both offering interesting forest smells, muddy mud spots and obstacles to watch out for.

But much more than a run in the park, hounds and humans will enjoy a host of fun and games at the end, including a delicious BBQ, pooch smooch booth, dog beer drinking competition, and new this year, the "Walk of Terror" which will test the willpower of the strongest willed pets.

The brainchild of dog lover Danielle Donnelly, the Dirty Dog Tail Run has been designed specifically for pet owners wanting to be adventurous with their dogs in a pet-friendly environment.

"Every detail of the event has been created from the perspective of what a dog would enjoy, from the course which runs through the forest to the fun games and agility areas that are a highlight of the event", Danielle explained.

Partnering with NSW State Forests to host the event at Coopernook, "we've been able to educate people on State Forests as dog-friendly spaces, which most people don't know", she added. "It means dog owners and their pooches will get out more often to enjoy local forests and find their own adventure trails outside of the event".

Now in its third year, the event has continued to grow in popularity, so much that even staff members from State Forests come along.

The event is closely associated with Sweet Pea Animal Rescue and money raised from entry fees on the day will go towards the work of their volunteers in rehabilitation and rehoming an incredible 90 animals each year, with that number growing.

"The Dirty Dog Tail Run offers something for every dog owner, from the exhilaration of completing the course, to the interactive games and special treats, Danielle added. "But most of all it's about celebrating the bond between dogs and their owners, and giving them the chance to enjoy a great day out together".

The Dirty Dog Tail Run is proudly sponsored by NSW State ForestsLove ‘emRufus & CocoKoly’s Dog Treats and BeerDog’s Brewhouse

What: The Dirty Dog Tail Run is a trail run for hounds and their humans of all shapes, sizes and abilities. 

When: Sunday 19th August 2018, from 9:30am to 1:30pm

Where: Coopernook State Forest HQ, Moorland, NSW, 2430

Cost: from $43.29 (one human + one hound) for 4km course.

For more information and to book tickets, visit 

Follow them on Facebook at Dirty Dog Tail Run and Instagram @dirtydogtailrun
Sydney’s second Dating with Dogs - hosted by the Adopt Don’t Shop Foundation - hits Double Bay on Sunday 29th July 2018, from 2pm till 4pm.

The word is out, dogs get you dates! Studies have shown that having a tail-wagging wingman makes you instantly more attractive and can even reduce those 'first date' nerves!

As featured on Sunrise and the Today show, Adopt Don’t Shop Foundation is teaming up again with The Sheaf and a local dog rescue organisation to bring you a fun, flirty and fundraising afternoon of dating those with doggies.
Are you single and have ever swiped through Tinder and found yourself drawn to those with a puppy pal? Why? Simple. Dogs make you more approachable and show that you can take care of someone other than yourself – making you my fellow dog-loving friend, a diamond in the ruff.

While it is most certainly a BYOD (bring your own dog) event, don’t get your tails in a knot if you love dogs but don’t have your own furry friend - as there will be some foster dogs for you to fuss over - meaning you can be just a dog lover or a dog owner!

With a portion of profits from ticket sales going to Staffy Rescue, attending this event also makes you a pawsome person!

This event is for singles between 20 and 45, keeping in mind that dog-friendly hoomans and dogs are key to us all having a barking mad time!

When: Sunday 29th July 2018, from 2:00pm until 4:00pm.

Where: Roof Top Bar of The Sheaf, 429 New South Head Road Double Bay, NSW 2043. 

Cost: Tickets are $45.42 each. To book, click here

Tickets will include a complimentary beverage, canapés, icebreaker games and giveaways, with a portion of profits from ticket sales going towards rescue.

About The Adopt Don't Shop Foundation

The Adopt Don’t Shop Foundation (ACT) is an organisation that hosts fundraising events and activities that support ‘underdog’ rescue and foster organisation.

The Sydney Dog Lovers Show is coming and we have 6 Double Passes to give away!

Listen to free educational talks from popular celebrity vets and enjoy the largest showcase of dog products, services and technologies in the Southern Hemisphere.

For the first time, the Sydney Common Woof Games will be part of the annual Show program with pooches from around the globe competing in K9 fusion sports! The Games will kick off with an Opening Ceremony Extravaganza, hosted by Dr Katrina Warren, Kelly Gill and the WonderdogsThe nail-biting final round of doggie play-offs will be hosted by Farmer Dave Graham and Dr Chris Brown.

The forecourt will host the Common Woof Games pool and aquatic division with the crowd favourite Black Hawk Dockdogs. Dogs will take part in various Big Air, Rapid Relay, Speed Retrieve, Extreme and Dueling Dogs heats (BYO raincoat and brolly!).

Meet dogs of all shapes and sizes in the Pat-A-Pooch-Zone, including puppies, rescue dogs, service and therapy dogs. 

The event also raises awareness about adoption and the new Dog Adoption Stage is dedicated to informing dog lovers about the world of adoption and could help show goers find their next fur-baby!

WIN 1 of 6 x Double Passes to the Sydney Dog Lovers Show on August 4 & 5 - 
Royal Hall of Industries and Hordern Pavilion (worth $55 each) 

To Enter, Like & Share (post 13/07/18) and simply Tell us "What are you looking forward to the most this year?" in the comments via our Facebook Page or Instagram  
The 6 most creative answers will win! 


1. This Competition will close on 20/07/18 (3pm A.E.S.T.). Entries open to Australian residents only. Winners will be announced on this page on 22/07/18 (pm).
2. To enter, simply tell us "what are you looking forward to the most this year?"
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3. Please note you MUST LIKE our Facebook page OR FOLLOW our Instagram page @australiandoglover to be eligible.
4. You can only enter once (not both via Facebook and Instagram) or you will be disqualified.
5. Each extra person tagged in the Comments will earn the entrant an additional entry.

Australian Baby Diaries® app creator Tara O'Connell has made the logical progression from babies to fur-babies launching The Pet Diaries app.

After years in development, The Pet Diaries app has launched with great anticipation from pet parents and pet businesses alike.

Not only does the app record and graph vaccinations, medications, allergies, accidents, appointments, nutrition, growth and events, it features an in-built alert function linked to the user’s smartphone calendar – essentially doing away with the pen, paper and kitchen calendars traditionally used by pet parents to keep track of their pets. 

“The app provides peace of mind to pet parents allowing them to keep track of their pet’s life from the palm of their hand” says Tara. 

An exclusive partnership with FitBark - the FitBit for pets - also allows pet parents to track their pet’s exercise and identify how much exercise and sleep their pet’s breed and age requires. With pet obesity and weight-related health issues such as arthritis and diabetes at epidemic levels, this feature alone is invaluable.”

With 62% of Australian households having a pet, and the annual spend on pets increasing from $4.4 billion in 2015 to $12 billion in 2017, it is obvious that the app will also benefit pet-based businesses.

“In an increasingly competitive marketplace with businesses vying for the attention of their target audience, the Pet Diaries app allows businesses to connect with their customers in a more personal and tailored manner.” explains Tara. 

Businesses in the pet industry partnering with The Pet Diaries can enhance their customers’ journey by offering true value-added features along with targeted and tailored offerings. Additionally, the app assists businesses with customer acquisition and retention and of course increased sales.”

“Customers are on their smartphones all day (and half the night), so it’s imperative in a competitive marketplace to cut through the noise and grab their attention - and what better place to do this than on their smartphones!” adds Tara.

App Store Link - 
Google Play link -

Tara O’Connell is an experienced business mentor, educator, mum of two and a pet-mum to Bentley a mischievous Beaglier. 

In addition to The Pet Diaries, Tara has developed The Baby Diaries which has been licenced in Australia by TerryWhite Chemmart, Australia's largest pharmacy group, and Our Care Journal, designed for carers of the chronically ill and ageing. Our Care Journal is due for release in September 2018.

MEDIA RELEASE, 11 July 2018
Just when you thought our pets could not get any more pampered ... this Australian company has started making a range of herbal teas, specifically for our canine friends!

The tea is the latest product in a growing range of goods and services traditionally reserved for humans but which are now being marketed at pets. 

Essential Pet Wellness Founder Patricia Noble explained “You might think the concept of a herbal tea for dogs is a little crazy! However it should be common knowledge that herbal tea is a very rich source of antioxidants, which help oxygenate the blood and clear it of toxins. Studies have proven that herbal tea helps fight almost every type of cancer (especially brain cancer), neurological disorders, and also drastically reduces risk of heart disease”. 

“Just like their human counterparts, dogs also respond well to natural therapies, and in a world where conscientious pet owners want the best life for their pet, more and more are turning to natural treatments. Aside from those amazing powers, many types of teas are specifically formulated from natural plant matter in order to treat dozens of other minor afflictions ranging from insomnia and anxiety to stomach ache and heartburn” added Noble.

Doggy Herbal Teas come in a variety of blends including Tranquili-TEA, which contains Valerian Root and Lemon Balm; Vitali-TEA, with Astralgus and Lavender and Speciali-TEA which Noble described as the “Champagne of teas for dogs”.

These teas claim such health benefits as stress and anxiety reliefrelief from arthritis stiffness in older dogs, a healthier coat and fresher breath.

Mrs Noble came up with the idea of herbal teas for dogs while chatting to her niece, Janice Chantler - Owner of Yappy Days Doggy Daycare Centre in Rockingham.

“We were chatting about Janice’s Miniature Dachshund - Frankie, and about how he was having trouble adapting to his new surroundings after being adopted by Janice when he was 4. 

Having had a keen interest in herbs for many years I wondered if herbal infusions would be helpful to dogs as well. After a lot of research I finally came up with a blend I thought would assist in settling him down ...

It did, and after testing various tea blends on friends and family members for various ailments, with outstanding results, Essential Pet Wellness was born ”. 

She added: “The dogs enjoy it - they can’t tell you that – but the videos on our Facebook page say it all.” 

Essential Pet Wellness has recently added two new blends to their product range: Wee-TEA - which the company says has been especially formulated to reduce urine burns on lawns and Niff-TEA - for fighting bad breath causing bacteria - leaving doggies breath nice and fresh.

Essential Pet Wellness also has a range of Essential Oils especially crafted for dogs, which also assist with general wellbeing, stress-related conditions, anger and irritability, depression, insomnia and more. 

The Certified Organic oils which also help pooches smell fresh and clean, can be used topically or worn on a stylish silver pendant, which is attached to your pet's collar. 

The fashionable pendants come in a range of designs with coloured felt pads or absorbent balls which discerning doggies can colour co-ordinate with their daily outfits!


RRP: from $15.00 (tea bags), $7.00 (tea accessories) with free shipping during July at 

Please Note: Always talk to your vet to determine any potential interactions with your dog’s medications.

MEDIA RELEASE, 11th July 2018