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Valentine’s Day is a great time to shower our four-legged friends with some extra love. After all, for many of us our dogs are not only our furkids but also our "plus-one" on all social occasions.

To spoil your dogs on V-Day - and any other day - here are our top picks of gift ideas from Australian pet companies that are sure to delight your pooch.

Watch the others stand back as your dog makes a bold statement on your date in this wide-padded leather collar studded with a breathtaking combination of stunning pink crystals.

The Tough Luxe Crystal Leather Collar (Pink) is designed in Australia by Style Hound Australia and handcrafted in Poland.

Each crystal is set within its own bezel and secured right through the outer layer of 100% genuine leather, making it both striking and hard wearing.

Featuring smooth black leather with a super soft padded hot pink leather lining and trim
, contrast pink stitching and tapered ends for comfort and a streamlined look. Also available in Red, Blue, Chocolate & Natural

Available in 5 lengths and your choice of width (4cm-5cm).

RRP: $125.00 from

Humans aren’t the only ones who love to love... Your dog will look adorable on Valentine’s Day wearing one of Swanky Paws’ heart-covered bowties or dog bandanas!

All dog bowties (White with Red Hearts or Red with White Hearts) have been designed to be versatile so your dog can look great not just for Valentine’ Day but for any special occasion with minimal effort.

The “Little Flirt” Dog Bandanas in pale pink or blue are reversible and can be personalised with your pooch’s name! T
o zhuzh them up, why not add some bling in the form of Svarowski Crystals?
Another option is the stunning red “Happy Pawrentines” dog bandana designed to maximise the fun on your date with your four-legged plus-one!

RRP: from $20.95 (Collar Bowties) or $24.95 (Sailor Bowties); from $22.95 (Bandanas) at

Celebrate your love for your best fur-riend this year with Collar & Ruff's Limited Edition Valentine's Day designs.

Their innovative in-house Custom Printed Biothane model is super strong, weatherproof and comes in six different Valentine's Day designs and colourways.

These are available in 5 sizes and a stunning array of collar base colours, ready for you to customise your perfect collar. 

Designs include Hearts (Red / Pink), Arrow Hearts (Red / Rainbow) or Balloon Love (Red / Blue).

RRP: $52.00-$61.00 from 

Australian business Gummi Pet Products relaunched its brand last year with a colourful range. 

To celebrate your dog’s love on Valentine’s Day and every day, why not select some affordable fun accessories in pale pink and fiery red to help your dogs do what they do best - eat, exercise and play?

From dog bowls, collars & leashes to soft toys, tennis balls and frisbees, you’re bound to find something to spoil your pooch!

RRP: starting from $14.95 (accessories); 
$7.95-$14.95 (toys) at

Having a Pet ID Tag with up-to-date contact information dramatically increases the chances of your lost dog or cat being returned to you as quickly as possible.

Red Dingo created the world’s first enamel and stainless steel Pet ID Tags and they come with a lifetime guarantee (except for plastic)!

A perennial favourite are their Heart Glitter Pet Tags. But all that glitters is not gold with 7 other colours to choose from! Another great choice for Valentine’s day is the Heart Enamel Pet Tag but there thousands of options.

RRP: $19.50 (all 3 sizes) which includes free engraving and free shipping at

Handmade in Melbourne, these Hearts dog accessories by LovePup make the pawfect gift for your special furry someone this Valentine’s Day.

They can even include a secret love note with your order for that special touch!

The Hearts Dog Bandana is the perfect accessory to say ‘I Wuff You!' or to wear on that romantic puppy date...

LovePup dog bandanas have been sewn into a triangle shape to ensure the perfect look every time. Simply roll the top over until you get the right length and tie the ends in a knot around your dogs neck.

Made from lightweight cotton fabric with a signature vegan leather label. Available in 5 sizes.

RRP: from $14.00 (bandanas); from $10.00 (bowties) at

Part of their just launched Valentine’s Day Collection, the Sucker for Love adjustable harness by Big & Little Dogs features a webbing neck and chest strap which can be both adjusted for the perfect fit.

This harness now features a front leash clip so it can be used as a front leading harness however it is not recommended for extreme pullers or extremely strong dogs.

Designed for comfort and style, it is made using custom printed neoprene with the cutest heart lollipop print!

It comes with the Big & Little Dogs branded buckle and sturdy branded D-ring for attaching your leash or restraint clip.

A matching dog leash, bandana, scrunchie and poop bag holder are also available.

RRP: from: $30.95 (Dog Harness); $9.95 (Scrunchie) at

The dog mum at MaxxWell Australia is crazy about dogs! 

You too could match your own heart pendant with one worn your dog’s collar.

Both the nickel-free, skin-friendly stainless steel heart-shaped, and the large pawprint, pendant can be for you, the dog mum or for your dog. For dog mums, it can be worn as a pendant and your beloved dog can wear it on their collar.

The versatile Pawprint Pendant, available in stainless steel or gold plated, can either be worn a pendant or on a leather bracelet. 
Many other styles of pawprint jewellery and collar magnets are available.

RRP: $55.00 (each pendant comes with a free cord) at

It’s more than just puppy love. It’s forever-ever! Say “aww!” to superstar groomer Melanie Newman’s new Puppy Grooming Collection. It’s just landed at Habitat Pet Supplies, and the Habitat team are already obsessed.

Made in Australia from all-natural ingredients like organic rose, chamomile and calendula essential oils, the range includes shampoo, conditioner, grooming cologne and more - in other words, there’s absolutely everything you’ll need to keep your puppy looking (and smelling!) their most adorable.

A quick lather, rinse and spray is all it takes to leave your puppy’s coat softer and shinier than ever…and totally ready for big Valentine’s Day cuddles!

RRP: from $27.99. Available from Habitat Pet Supplies

Mimi & Munch was borne out of pure love for man's best friend.

Each and every treat is pressed out by hand, made with so much love using human-grade ingredients selected for their absolute freshness and uniqueness. 

Delight your best friend on Valentine’s Day some Woofbutter Bakes heart-shaped treats made with fresh Pumpkin and creamy Peanut Butter. A combination made in doggy wonderland!

Depending on your dog’s size, you can choose from Mini Hearts, Small Hearts & Medium Hearts! Or spoil your pooch with some Personalised Doggie Biscuits, available in a heart shape or bone shape!

RRP: from $14.95 (180g) at

There is no more loyal love than pooch love!

What better way to surprise your love than with a gorgeous I woof U gift box by Golden BARKery? Their Honey & Vanilla homemade dog biscuits are grain-free and decorated with dog friendly icing with colours derived from fruits and vegetables.

Originally designed as a Valentine's Day puppy gift, this range is now available all year round! Beautifully presented in a 11cm x 15cm gift box, these dog biscuits are both delicious and nutritious.

RRP: $14.00 from

You don’t have to break the piggy bank to make any day special for your dog! Plush dog toys usually don’t last long with our tough chewers but squeaker fun is the best fun, until it dies…

Meet Patrick the Dog! This cuddly fella (check out his many 'frens': Flat Bat Cat, The Watch DogFatty Lamb...), perfect for small dogs or puppies that love a bit of company. This is a squeaker toy for dogs and they'll spend hours playing with it.

PetPat Pet Toys are offering a special “Buy 2, Get 1 Free” plus free shipping within Australia.

RRP: $11.95 from

After all the excitement of a big day of celebrations, it’s time for your pooch to rest their weary head!

For those with small to medium size pooches (or a cat), this stylish Ruby Swirl Dog Teepee Tent by Pebblina provides a safe den to sleep in!

Measuring only 60cm x 60cm x 75cm, t
his adorable dog tent will easily find its rightful place in any family home. 

The dog cushion (included) is made out of a durable cotton material, ensuring long-lasting use.

RRP: $129.00 from

Sometimes, you just have to get your own Valentine's Day present...

Peter Alexander is the undisputed king of Australian sleepwear and a big dog lover.

You'll love this pretty pink Snoopy Heart Shortie PJ Set as much as Snoopy loves Woodstock, in a comfy cotton jersey and all over Peanuts print.

It comes in a cute matching bag. You can complete the look with the Dream Big Snoopy Eye Mask for a fun present!

Available in five sizes from XS to XL.

RRP: $109.00 at

From our pack to yours, we wish you a wooftastic Valentine's Day 2021!

Agility Dog Club of SA announces that agility training classes will start for 2021 on Thursday 4th February, starting at 7pm.

The Agility Dog Club of SA hosts training at Pedigree Park (German Shepherd Dog Club grounds, adjacent Barrett Reserve), West Beach Road, West Beach starting at 7pm on Thursday nights.

New attendees are welcome to attend the first two weeks of their introduction class for $5 per week which will be deducted from the annual fee payable from the third week.

Dog Agility is a fun way for owners and dogs to keep active and improve fitness with the sport growing in popularity.

The sport of dog agility involves handlers running courses with their dogs and directing them through a course of jumps, tunnels, weaving poles and other obstacles. As with the equestrian sport of show jumping, it’s the fastest clear round that wins and nearly anyone can get involved in with the family pet.

Dog agility is a sport suitable for most breeds with canines as small as Pugs and Jack Russell Terriers right up to large breeds such as DobermansGolden Retrievers, Collies and Labradors plus working breeds such as KelpiesBorder Collies and Australian Shepherds

Handlers can be any age with everyone from teenagers to seniors taking part in training and competing dogs and currently is very popular with older female participants who can no longer play high intensity sports (such as football, netball, hockey etc).

The Agility Dog Club of SA runs intro classes starting the first Thursday of each month with training held from February – November. The Club also offers puppy classes up to 12 months which teach basic foundation exercises to prepare for agility training.

What: Agility Dog Club of SA training classes

When: first Thursday of each month with training held from February 4, 2021 – November 2021

For more information, please visit

Photography credit (all): Jenny Barnes Photography

Natalie Bubner is the Story Dogs Co-ordinator for the Northern Adelaide region. She has been volunteering with this wonderful program for over four years first with her rescue yellow Labrador, Secret, and later with Miss Fergie, a Brussels Griffon. Sadly, last year Secret lost her 14-month battle with cancer. Her heartfelt tribute to Secret will touch anyone who has ever loved and lost a dog.

"Secret and I were meant to be, when we saw each other it was instant love and that love grew deeper and stronger every day. Double braided, a bond that will never be broken...

We rescued each other; Secret was five years old and a rehomed kennel dog. She had so much anxiety and fear and I was trying to cope with PTSD, having been diagnosed the year before after surviving a serious and traumatic cycling accident. 

We became a team, our trust grew stronger every day
and we helped each other to heal our emotional scars. 
She was the most intuitive dog I’ve ever owned, she knew my every emotion, my fears, my doubts, my anxieties, and I’d tell her everything, but she already knew

She’d lean against me and look at me with such devotion and love, we’d cuddle and she always made me feel that everything will be okay; we had each other, that’s all that mattered.

We travelled many paths together, some were steady, while others uneven and going in different directions, but ultimately, we survived by doing it together.

Secret loved everyone and everything, especially other animals. Her best friend was Molly, our very elderly long-haired Tortoiseshell moggie. They would smooch and clean each other every day then curl up together and go to sleep. 

Miss Fergie & Secret wearing
their Dr. Seuss bandanas
Sadly, Molly passed away, so we found Miss Fergie, a seven-year old rescue Griffon Bruxellois, whom Secret mentored and they became the best of friends. 

Secret's first supporting role was a ‘Labs 'n Life’ dog. This is a program that helps young people who may have experienced some personal trauma to acquire life skills by working alongside a Labrador

She enjoyed working with the kids; she was so gentle and patient with them. She understood them and everyone who met her loved her zest for life.

One day, my eldest daughter, Rhia, saw a news story about Story Dogs, a reading literacy program, and suggested it would be perfect for Secret. 

She was absolutely right, Secret was born to be a Story Dog, she adored being with the children, and they loved being with her. 

She was one of the first Story Dogs in Adelaide; we started in 2017, after the required training and dog assessment, and were blessed to be a part of the Lake Windemere School Community

Soon after we started at the School, a local television station did a story on us for their afternoon and evening news, Secret and the children who were lucky enough to be in the program were stars, they all shone so very brightly! 

The first little boy who read to Secret was from an Eastern European back ground so English was his second language.
In the early days he found reading challenging and he would get frustrated by sometimes not being able to understand certain words. 

During his reading sessions, we’d often ask Secret what certain words meant and even though her eyes would be shut at times, because she was so relaxed listening to him read, he was delighted that she could help him with the ‘hard words’. 

Secret with her best friend Jovan
Their friendship and trust in each other grew, and so did his love of reading. The school made a book about Secret and he featured in the book. At the end of every reading session, we’d always have time to read Secret's book. 

He knew it off by heart and he’d read so lovingly to Secret. He absolutely adored her, and she him. They had a very unique bond and as he didn’t have a dog of his own, he always felt Secret was like his own dog. He would give her a little kiss on her forehead and a gentle pat and she’d always wake up when she heard the lid come off the treats container! 

When I told him he needed to leave the Program, he was silent at first then, with tears in his eyes, he gave Secret a big hug and said, “I know other children need to read to her so she can help them the way she helped me” She leaned on him and looked at him so lovingly because she knew that he was upset. 

That was one of my hardest days. I was very proud of him, and because of Secret and his faith in her, he was reading novels by the time he finished in the Program, his favourite being The Treehouse Series of books by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton.

Whenever we arrived at the School it was always, “Hello Secret” and I was sometimes forgotten, but I was never upset about that because it was always about her. Every child at the School wanted to read to her and when we walked to a classroom to collect a child for a reading session, the children would be very excited and say: “Secret's here” and they all wanted to give her a pat.

Secret was incredibly intuitive and one day we attended an assembly at the School. Secret and I were sitting by the side wall of the assembly hall near the front of the different class groups. There was a young girl in the special needs class, she started to get quite agitated and making loud noises. Secret noticed her and calmly walked over to her, lay next to her and placed her paw out for the young girl to pat her. Her loud noises stopped, she calmed down and had a very happy smile on her face. Secret brought a lot of love and joy to that young girl and it’s a moment I’ll never forget.

One of the boys who read to Secret would get very frustrated in class and didn’t quit know how to deal with it so he would get angry. He loved his reading sessions with Secret and she loved to give him ‘Kisses’, as he called them, which were licks on his arms. We talked a lot about his frustrations and one day I said to him, “Sweetheart, if you get angry this week, what will help you to calm down”? he replied, “I will think of Secret's 100 kisses”, and that’s exactly what he did!

In March 2019, Miss Fergie found a small, pimple size lump on the left side of Secret. About four weeks later, on April 15, Secret was diagnosed with a Grade 4 Mast Cell Tumour and she was given approximately 8 weeks to live. 

To say I was devastated would be an understatement. I remember listening to the words but didn’t really want to hear them. My beautiful, sweet, gentle, loving, kind, trusted and best Labrador friend had cancer and my heart was hurting. 

An ultrasound a few weeks later confirmed it had already metastasized to her spleen. Google became my friend; I did a lot of research on mast cell tumours and had lengthy discussions with my vet. I changed Secret's diet; put her on supplements and other medications and Palladia, a tablet form of chemotherapy. Secret had other plans: she still had a lot of love and joy to give and she wasn’t going anywhere in a hurry. 

She had fortnightly blood tests and ultrasounds every 3 months but she soldiered on. I knew there were days when she was tired but when she put her Story Dogs' jacket on, her face lit up and she was so happy to see the kids, it gave her joy and happiness. I never told the children about her cancer, I didn’t see the need to and it never affected her while she was with them.

I decided to retire Secret on June 12, she had a wonderful fun filled retirement party at the School, surrounded by the children and staff who loved her, and she got very spoilt with goodies and lots of hugs. It was a day of mixed emotions; I was grateful to the School community and so very proud of Secret.

Sadly, two weeks later, Secret lost her battle with cancer and passed away peacefully at home in my arms, surrounded by people who loved her. Everyone who met and loved her has been blessed. I don't know what my life will look like without her but it's been enriched beyond words because of her. She has left an incredible legacy and will never be forgotten. 
Me, you, together, always. I love you Secret." 

written by Natalie Bubner for Secret (August 30, 2020 - all rights reserved)

About Story Dogs

Story Dogs is a not-for-profit organisation which was formed by Leah Sheldon and Janine Sigley both parents of primary and high school children. It began at Murwillumbah East Public School in 2009 and dog teams now visit schools around the country.

With 506 volunteer dog teams across 323 schools in NSW, QLD, VIC, TAS, WA, ACT and SA, this program now helps over 2,530 children each week.

All costs of these volunteer dog teams are covered by dog sponsorships, fundraising and donations. It costs approximately $500 per year to put a Dog Team into a primary school. The demand for this literacy program is huge with over 45 schools already on the waiting list.

For more information on volunteering or sponsoring one of the volunteer dog teams, please visit

Miss Fergie joined the Story Dogs program at the same time as Secret and is carrying on her legacy


Dog Cloud Bed launches on Kickstarter bringing proven therapeutic massage to furry family members

Leveraging patented technology, Dog Cloud Beds help relieve arthritis and joint pain, and enhance circulation to keep dogs feeling their best.

Keep dogs mobile and active longer with Dog Cloud Bed, the therapeutic massaging orthopaedic bed for dogs that launched on Kickstarter earlier this month. Patented technology brings the best in massage therapy to an innovative dog bed with an accompanying smartphone app to help dogs feel their best.

Pets are family, and people are spending more money on their four-legged family members than ever before. As dogs age, many will experience arthritis and joint pain, and it can be unbearable for owners to see them suffer. From quality food to products that ensure health and comfort, people are looking for ways to enhance the quality of life for their dogs. 

Dog Cloud Bed is a therapeutic massage bed for dogs that improves their quality of life, allowing both dog and owner to age gracefully together. Modelled after medically proven massage devices, these beds offer three-dimensional patented therapeutic massage systems that gently relieve discomfort associated with arthritis and joint pain.

In the United States alone, the pet industry is nearing $100 billion and American pet spending has more than doubled in the past decade. A recent survey by LendEDU found that nearly half of American pet owners spend the same or more on the healthcare needs of their pets than they do on themselves. It’s important to consider long-lasting solutions to common ailments and products that provide enhanced comfort for pets.

“Massage has provided relief to people for centuries. Having worked in the medical industry with proven vibrational massage for humans, it became obvious - why don’t we do this for dogs?” said Scott Groves, CEO and Co-inventor of Dog Cloud Bed. “Our bed, and an accompanying smartphone app, allow pet owners to stay connected to their dogs and automate repeatable relief with an at-home complete therapy system.” 

Dog Cloud Beds features three-dimensional, low amplitude vibration to increase blood circulation and relieve pain and stiffness. Groves loves to joke that the beds are “tested on humans,” but there’s a serious sentiment behind the phrase. 

The therapies in Dog Cloud Beds are modelled after vibrational therapies that have been proven in numerous studies to be effective on people. Combined with a patented pressure-sensing system called “Cloud Sense”, it detects when the dog is on the bed so scheduled massages can begin

The accompanying smartphone app allows owners to customise and automate massages for their dogs, too. 

Because dogs - like humans -need different types of relief or stimulation, Dog Cloud Beds offer three different preset massage modes: Moov, Rejoov, and Snooz

✔️ Moov gently wakes up a sleeping dog in the morning to prepare them for a morning walk and help them start the day on the right four feet. 
✔️ Rejoov offers a modulating massage to reduce inflammation and 
✔️ Snooz is a gentle massage that relaxes dogs to help them enjoy a restful night.

Every Dog Cloud Bed features orthopaedic foam topped with memory foam layers for ultimate support. The motors that power the massage have been tested to function outside of a dog’s hearing frequency and are whisper quiet. Additionally, the eco-friendly bed cover is made from recycled ocean plastics to help clean up the places where dogs play.

Dog Cloud Beds are guaranteed to last 35 dog years, or five human years, and are available in small, medium and large sizes. To pre-order, visit

About Dog Cloud

Dog Cloud believes that every dog deserves the ultimate quality of life. With years of experience in the medical device manufacturing field, Dog Cloud is being manufactured from the same facility by a Team of experts who've brought their learnings from human therapeutic devices to the pet industry. The result is a patented, IOT enabled therapeutic bed that can improve blood circulation, reduce inflammation, and ease arthritic pain in joints. Dog Cloud Beds have been tested on humans with amazing results, and now dogs can receive the same health benefits.

For more information, visit

Win a PetSafe Drinkwell® Sedona Pet Fountain for Pet Hydration Month!

January is Pet Hydration Month and with summer temperatures regularly exceeding 30°C, it is essential to encourage our pets to drink more water and more often

We’re delighted to collaborate with PetSafe® Australia to help spread awareness about Pet Hydration and are giving away one of their beautiful PetSafe® Drinkwell® Sedona Fountain!

Read more about how to keep your dogs hydrated in our recent article here
About PetSafe Brand Drinkwell® Fountains

All Drinkwell® Pet Fountains continuously circulate and filter your pet’s water. This is a great option if you don’t want to or can’t remember to change their water daily. 

The Drinkwell® Sedona Pet Fountain offers 3 litres of fresh, filtered water and its stylish bowl and ceramic tower design minimizes spills and splashes. It also provides a large drinking area for pets with large or flat faces, great for households with pets of any size but especially for multi-pet households! 

The sound of the falling water is whisper-quiet, making it easily approachable by timid or anxious pets. 

It provides dual filtration including an activated carbon filter that removes bad tastes and odours, while a foam filter captures hair and debris. The fresh, clean water helps encourage your dog or cat to drink more and remain hydrated.

This is essential for their health as it helps prevent urinary and kidney diseases.

Key Features of the PetSafe Drinkwell
® Sedona Fountain: 

✔️ Ceramic tower with impact resistant plastic bowl
✔️ Large drinking area
✔️ Replaceable activated Charcoal Filter removes bad tastes and odours
✔️ Replaceable Foam Filter keeps Pump and water cleaner by catching hair and debris
✔️ Submersible Pump for quiet operation
✔️ Dishwasher safe (excluding Pump)

ONE lucky Australian Dog Lover reader will receive a PetSafe® Drinkwell® Sedona Pet Fountain, valued at $179.99.
*** Win a PetSafe® Drinkwell® Sedona Pet Fountain ***
Total Prize Pool: $179.99

To visit PetSafe Australia's social media channels, visit:
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How to Enter for your chance to win:

1) Like our post (18/01/21) AND our Facebook page and/or our Instagram Account
2) Answer this question correctly: "What is the capacity of the Sedona fountain and tell us why is it perfect for your pet/s"? via the Australian Dog Lover Facebook page or Instagram page.

Terms and Conditions:

1. This Competition will open on Monday 18th January 2021 (6pm) and will close on Tuesday 26th January 2021 (midnight A.E.S.T.). Open to Australian residents only. 
Please allow 2 weeks to receive your prize directly from the company.
2. To Enter, Like our post (18/01/21) + Answer this question correctly: "What is the capacity of the Sedona fountain and tell us why is it perfect for your pet/s"? via the Australian Dog Lover Facebook page or Instagram page.
3. This Promotion is a game of skill and chance plays no part in determining the winner.
The entries will be judged by the Australian Dog Lover team. The winning entries will be selected based on the most creative, informative or useful statement.
4. Entrants in the competition can only enter once.
5. Prizes not claimed within 48 hours will be redrawn.
* Entry into the competition is deemed acceptance of all terms and conditions.

Meet Fetched - A premium pre-pawtioned dog food company delivering fresh dog food to your doorstep

It’s no secret that meal delivery services have proven popular for Australians conveniently delivering fresh, nutritious meals to your home and now your dog can get their paws on this too! 

Enter Fetched (RRP $79 per box) – an Australian start-up premium dog food subscription service delivering fresh pre-pawtioned kibble to your doorstep.

Founded by two brothers Carl and Nigel Sandeman in Orange NSW, Fetched was created to ensure that feeding time was an experience, not a chore. Concerned with the wellbeing of dogs not only due to over and under feeding but the declining quality of mass-produced dog food, Fetched was established to bring high quality, healthy dog food to the nations dog owners sans the hassle.

“We’ve made it our mission to never see a bag of dog kibble over 10kg on the market anywhere in the world by 2030,” says Nigel. “Why? Because something many people don’t realise is that the mass made, cost cutting supermarket style kibble don’t pack the nutritional value that your dog deserves. 

Additionally, the large bags mean that the kibble is oxidised, resulting in many pet owners feeding their dogs stale kibble. It’s no wonder they stop eating it when you get to the end of the bag!” he explains.

How it works

1. Create a pooch profile: Provide details surrounding your dog’s name, weight, activity level & gender.

2. Meal plan optimisations: Fetched uses their proprietary algorithm to calculate your dog’s unique meal plan, saving you the hassle of portion control, forever.

3. Doorstep delivery: Once you’ve signed up, your Fetched dog food subscription boxes will arrive at your doorstep like clockwork, so you’ll never run out of kibble again.

With ingredients sourced by Australian farmers, Fetched has been created by vet nutritionists using human-grade ingredients free from grain, artificial additives and is packed with superfoods

The kibble had been developed with Beet Pulp & Chicory Root for digestion, Omega 3 & Omega 6 for skin and coat, natural antioxidants for a healthy immune system and is infused with meat for strong active muscles.

The individual packs ensure there is no oxidation, loss of freshness and bad odour. 

Fetched’s delivery carton is fully recyclable in your usual kerbside recycling bin and the individual PawPacks are made from eco-friendly recyclable plastic that can be returned to any local store that has a plastic recycling station.

Price & Where to Buy:

RRP: $79.00 (Box) available for purchase online at

MEDIA RELEASE, 13th January 2021