ADVANCE Pets Club

The ADVANCE™ Pets Club is a community that exists to create a better world for pets, because they create a better world for us.

It’s free to join and you’ll receive news, tips and advice to help you care for your furry friends, all tailored to their age and life-stage.

Register your pets by clicking on the button below.

Please note a maximum of 3 pets can be registered per email address.

Meet some of our members

Cruz - Pet parent - Neil - QLD

Cruz acts like a dog at times and follows the kids around everywhere they go!

Paddington Pet parent - Justine - TAS

Paddington loves life and is ALWAYS happy - it’s hard to have a bad day when he’s there, always with a smile on his face.

Kelly - Pet parent - Octavia - VIC

Kelly is a very cheeky Staffy who always makes me feel loved.  He’s my best friend.

From our blog

Socialising your puppy

Dogs that are under socialised may become shy, fearful and sometimes even aggressive.  They may not develop the appropriate canine…

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Crate training your puppy

By nature, dogs like cosy, enclosed spaces to rest in, especially if they're feeling unsure about things.  A crate provides this s…

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Common puppy feeding queries

It can be argued that nothing plays a more important role in healthy puppy growth and development as nutrition, so let's look at s…

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Should I feed wet or dry food?

Wet and dry food

There's an ever increasing range of pet food products available, often in a variety of formats.  Many pet parent…

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Common kitten feeding queries

Feeding your kitten

It can be argued that nothing plays a more important role in healthy kitten growth and development as nutriti…

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Caring for your cat's claws

Claw care

Your kitten's sharp little claws are amazing.  They help them balance on smooth and slippery surfaces, and give them a …

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Tips to help your pet cope in the heat

Warmer months

When the weather heats up, it’s vital to consider how prepared your pets are to cope.  Dogs and cats can’t regulate…

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Role of DHA for Puppies and Kittens

Nutrition for growth

How a puppy or kitten is fed is critical for their future health. Certain nutrients are particularly importa…

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Fun home activities with pets

Prioritise play

With social restrictions starting to ease, you’re probably feeling a bit less cooped up in general. However, many…

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7 Tips To Help A Rescue Dog Settle Into Their New Home

Guest blog by Richard Cross creator of The Dog Clinic which helps dog parents build a strong bond with their pet through positive …

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Choosing Your Kitten

A new kitten brings a wealth of love and enjoyment to a home and the positive health benefits gained from owning a cat cannot be u…

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Health and Your Kitten

ADVANCE™ is a range of super premium foods for cats for all different lifestages, lifestyles and special needs. All ADVANCE™ produ…

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You and Your Kitten

Cats are naturally clean animals and toilet training for kittens is usually a relatively simple procedure. Cats tend to be rather …

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Choosing Your Cat

Cats are undoubtedly one of the easiest and most popular pets to own thanks to their simple needs and the immediate loveloyalty …

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Health and Your Cat

ADVANCE™ is a range of super premium foods for cats for all different lifestages, lifestyles and special needs. All ADVANCE™ produ…

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You and Your Cat

Although cats are naturally independent animals, they can still be trained to display desirable rather than undesirable behaviour …

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You and Your Senior

Time flies when you're having fun and it can be easy to overlook the fact that your pet is getting older. It might seem like that …

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Senior Health Care

Over the past few decades the life expectancy of cats and dogs has been increasing. This is helped by a number of factors:

 

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Senior Home Care

Changes in thirst and appetite are two areas that your vet will only know about if you report them. While some animals will get mo…

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Choosing Your Puppy

Owning a puppy is a wonderfully rewarding experience and, with plenty of love and affection, will soon become an integral member o…

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Health and Your Puppy

ADVANCE™ is a range of super premium foods for dogs for all different lifestages, lifestyles and special needs. All ADVANCE™ produ…

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You and Your Puppy

House training , puppy bedtime and obedience training are just a few things you should know about before you become a puppy owner.…

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Choosing Your Dog

No matter what size or breed you decide to bring into your home, there is no doubting that owning a dog is a wonderfully rewarding…

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Health and Your Dog

ADVANCE™ is a range of super premium foods for dogs for all different lifestages, lifestyles and special needs. All ADVANCE™ produ…

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You and Your Dog

Good training plays a big role in ensuring a happy and successful relationship with your dog. Your new best friend wants to please…

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You and Your Senior

Time flies when you're having fun and it can be easy to overlook the fact that your pet is getting older. It might seem like that …

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Senior Health Care

Over the past few decades the life expectancy of cats and dogs has been increasing. This is helped by a number of factors:

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Senior Home Care

Changes in thirst and appetite are two areas that your vet will only know about if you report them. While some animals will get mo…

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General Obedience

The old adage that you can't teach an old dog new tricks is definitely not true. We've got tips that can benefit the training of a…

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Barking Dogs

Ask any local government officer what is the most common complaint they receive in relation to dogs and most will say without hesi…

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Tricky Business

Contrary to the old adage you CAN teach an old dog new tricks. Even the most simple of activities are not only entertaining, they …

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Back to Basics - Dog Obedience Training

Positively training your dog is easy and is as simple as ABC.

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My Nervous Dog

Do you have a dog that spooks at his own shadow, hides under the bed when thunder is rumbling overhead or trembles while in the wa…

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Step-by-Step - Weaving

When teaching your canine pal a new exercise remember to keep the training sessions short and enjoyable. Your dog will master the …

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The Essential First Aid Kit

When your dog is unexpectedly ill or injured it is not always possible to have him seen by a vet straight away. If you have a firs…

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Teaching the Flyball Box

There are many aspects involved in training for flyball. If you wish to begin training your dog for flyball it is wise to take a s…

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The Carpal Joint

The skeleton of the dog is made up of a series of single bones held together by ligaments, tendons and muscles. The carpus is the …

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AGGRRRRession

Aggression is an important subject in the world of dogs. A quick look at the newspaper is all that is needed to understand this is…

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Cloudy Eyes

The dog's eye is very similar in structure and function to the human eye, although dogs tend to be less reliant on their sense of …

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Training for Retrieval

Your new puppy has just arrived into your home and being the inquisitive animal that he is, he will want to check out his new surr…

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Dogs Who Dig

Dogs dig for many different reasons. Some breeds with very thick coats (Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes) dig cooling holes to lie in.

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Hearing in Dogs

Dogs have a superior sense of hearing to us and can hear a range of sounds far above the capabilities of the human ear. 

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Basic Dog Manners

"My dog jumps all over me when I come home from work". An appropriate alternative is to teach the dog to sit when they greet peopl…

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Teaching Hurdling

In the last issue of ACTIVE DOG we focused on teaching the flyball box. In this issue we will talk about hurdling. In a flyball co…

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Dogs and Children

According to current statistics Australians love their pets, with 40 per cent of households having a dog and 26 per cent having a …

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Training: Pugs or Polar Bears

As people can't speak "pug" or "polar bear" we need to have a common language to teach our animals so we can communicate. Communic…

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Canine Sense of Smell

Smells are detected by a specialised lining in the back of the nasal cavity, just in front of the brain, called the olfactory epit…

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Your First Obedience Trial

Before entering a trial it is important that you are certain that your dog will continue to happily work with you and basically, t…

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Tracking

The good news is that dogs do not need to learn how to track. It comes naturally! Dogs are born blind and it is the innate ability…

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The Many Attractions of Trialing

Just training your dog for general obedience is a great idea, but taking them to the next level and regularly participating in tri…

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Lights, Camera, Action

The 'acting company' we belong to is called 'ANIMAL HOUSE' - one of the most popular providers of animal actors in NSW. ANIMAL HOU…

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Good Health

The function of the cardiovascular system is to transport water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, fuels for energy production, electrolytes…

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Dogerscise!

Feel like getting fit but don't have the will power to exercise alone? Have you given up on finding a friend to motivate you? Need…

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