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Don with a light brown Cavoodle
...dog that is always with you, Cavoodles are a good choice. CAN YOU TRAIN A CAVOODLE? Cavoodles are usually quite intelligent but they are not as biddable as many other breeds. That is, during training they may not wish to comply with your commands. Fun and positive reinforcement is the key to success, not strong discipline. Your puppy may be 9-12 months old before the penny drops that co-operation with their owner is the key to a happy life. While... read more

Don’s Expert Answers: Cavoodle constantly barking at one side of our neighbours, now he is starting to scratch our new house glass windows, I do have a toddler which she is great with him we do always go out back and play with him. His 8 years old, please help as I’m ready to surrender him, which will be upsetting for my little one.

Question From: vee in wallan, Melbourne Victoria Nature of problem: Cavoodle constantly barking at one side of our neighbours, now he is starting to scratch our new house glass windows, I do have a toddler which she is great with him we do always go out back and play with him. His 8 years old, please help as I’m ready to surrender him, which will be upsetting for my little one. Type of Plant (if known): no Symptoms of Plant Illness (please try NO... read more

Regent Honeyeater

...and location. Volunteers need only a pair of binoculars, a field guide and data supplied by the organisers of the project. The last project like this was run 20 years ago and had 3000 volunteers, while the current project has only 500 volunteers, organiser Geoff Barrett is hoping more people will volunteer. The aim of the new project is to compare the new bird atlas with the earlier data to see if any comparisons or conclusions can be drawn. For m... read more

Wombats

...ch as sperm is collected before the animals are returned back to the wild. Data collected from the musters help manage populations as well has monitor the impacts of climate change on the species. Data from these SA studies is also used to help conservation efforts for the northern hairy-nosed wombat. For the last two years Dr Elisa Sparrow has been running Wombat Workshops in all the southern hairy-nosed wombat regions – eight workshops in total.... read more

Don’s Tips: Designer Dogs

Designer dogs
...old each year in Australia than purebred dogs. The public adore cavoodles, labradoodles, pugaliers and so on. They realize that these dogs are bred to be good family pets – much more so than purebred dogs. The top 25 hits on the Burke’s Backyard website now include the following designer dogs: cavoodles, spoodles, cavoodle puppies, labradoodles and pugaliers. Only one purebred dog makes the top 25: the cocker spaniel. Designer dogs cost about the... read more

Lowering Cholesterol

...be considered a substitute for cholesterol-lowering medication. We have no data about the long-term safety of foods containing added plant sterols. The margarine spreads have been approved, but the other products will need special approval under the new food standards which come into force in June 2001. ANZFA has assessed the application for approval of products containing plant sterols, but concluded that only a restricted permission (for margari... read more

Top 10 Dogs

...test for more information.) Number 2: Designer Mongrels These include the Cavoodle (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Poodle), Maltalier (Maltese x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel) and the Maltese x Shih Tzu. They are all fabulous little family dogs, which have fewer veterinary problems than their purebred parents. Number 3: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel A cute dog with a rounded face and soft floppy ears, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was delibe... read more

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Animal Logic

...quake struck. According to John Dengate, there’s really no hard scientific data to support these ideas, some of them are myths and just plain fun, while others are more difficult to ignore. Termites and ants increase their activity as soon as humid or wet weather begins. They’re very dependent on moisture levels to survive, and they seem to wait for the onset of humid weather to begin colonising. Frogs croaking around ponds is usually an indicator... read more

Gardening Information Services

...o state services can be accessed from any state. They are: Grow Search – a data base for specific information. Phone/Fax: (07) 3821 3784. First query and search is free, charges apply thereafter. Infocall (WA) – run by the Department of Agriculture at 3 Baron Hay Court, South Perth, 6151, The Pest and Disease Information Service can be contacted on; (08) 9368 3666 or 1800 084 881, email: info@agric.wa.gov.au New South Wales Grow Search & Infocall... read more

Snake Bites

...Australia. In the 90s studies suggested that it was three to four. Current data shows that between spring 1997 and autumn 1998 there were at least six deaths. Between spring 1998 and autumn 1999 there have been at least four deaths. It’s thought that the reason for the increase could be that snakes (like the brown snake) are adapting to urban environments. How dangerous are our snakes? The Western Taipan has the most toxic venom of all snakes, but... read more

Gardening Information Services

...o state services can be accessed from any state. They are: Grow Search – a data base for specific information. Phone/Fax: (07) 3821 3784. First query and search is free, charges apply thereafter. Infocall (WA) – run by the Department of Agriculture at 3 Baron Hay Court, South Perth, 6151, The Pest and Disease Information Service can be contacted on; (08) 9368 3666 or 1800 084 881, email: info@agric.wa.gov.au New South Wales Grow Search & Infocall... read more