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Don’s Expert Answers: The inaccurate information in your Tenterfield Terrier “information” sheet.

Question From: in Seacombe Gardens, Seacombe Gardens South Australia Nature of problem: The inaccurate information in your Tenterfield Terrier “information”... read more

Don’s Expert Answers: None

Question From: in Wright, Canberra Australian Capital Territory Nature of problem: None Type of Plant (if known): None Symptoms of... read more

Don’s Expert Answers: Identify weeds as since moving here our dogs has bad skin allergies and we suspect weeds or grass

Question From: Keryn Greer in Palm Beach, Gold Coast Queensland Nature of problem: Identify weeds as since moving here our... read more

Don’s Expert Answers: Harmful?

Question From: TRACEY in BARDEN RIDGE, SYDNEY New South Wales Nature of problem: Harmful? Type of Plant (if known): Yesterday... read more

Don’s Expert Answers: I have two large pine/conifer trees, they drop pine needles continually. IThe area under and to approx 1 metre from each stump is in light sun mostly shade. The problem is my two labradoodles love to lie under these trees, there is only dirt . I hate to take away their cool spot for summer but they just continually bring dirt back into the house. I am looking for a ground cover that will survive the acidity from the pine needles, prefer it to be soft and must be non poisenous so that my dogs dont eat it. Can you suggest anything that would be tough enough to stand up to hard wearing but would still manage to stay in the gound. I have cordened off the area for now so that they cannot lie there, but they look so sad and restless. I hope you can help me, I have looked at artificle grass, chopping down the trees and have now stopped them from lying there. Every dog I have ever owned loves this cool spot. Any suggestions would be helpful.

Question From: barbara myers in melbourne, melbourne Victoria Nature of problem: I have two large pine/conifer trees, they drop pine... read more

Don’s Expert Answers: Transplanting

Question From: Louise McQueen in Sandgate, Brisbane Queensland Nature of problem: Transplanting Type of Plant (if known): Yesterday today and... read more

Don’s Expert Answers: would like to know if the 2 below plants (seeds and berries are toxic to dogs)

Question From: Marthes (Tess) Ryan in Wyndham Vale, Vic Victoria Nature of problem: would like to know if the 2... read more

Directory of Australian Dog Breeders & Associations

To find up-to-date contacts for breeders, contact the following organisations. Australian Association of Pet Dog Breeders www.aapdb.com.au The Australian National... read more

Don’s Expert Answers: Border collie has a floppy ear on his R H does this make him, dumb, dim witted, slow to learn, a dud, etc he is 18months old will he be past training.? John

Question From: John in  Ramornie,  Ramornie NSW   Nature of problem: Border collie has a floppy ear on his R H does this... read more

Don’s Tips: Paths

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Paths are very very important in gardens. Without paths your garden will be seriously damaged by foot traffic. Goat tracks will... read more

Don’s Tips: Dog Dumpage

Last month we looked at the small fluffy white dog breeds and it emerged that the West Highland White Terrier... read more

Don’s Tips: Peter Pan Dogs

Peter Pan Dogs
  What mammal, when all grown up, is only 3 weeks old? Give up?  The answer is certain dog breeds... read more