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About Happy Paws Fitness

Joel has to be one of the biggest dog lovers we have ever met. He has dedicated the last few years of his life to dogs, travelling Croatia and rescuing dogs with an organisation, rescuing and rehoming dogs to homes throughout europe.  While doing this he has completed a dog psycology, behaviour and training course […]

    As some of you may know, our Director and business owner Julia Ward only recently took over Happy Paws Fitness in January 2014. Since that wonderful day, many positive changes have blossomed at Happy Paws Fitness.  Debuting last October, we have begun a new tradition that we hope to see grow each year […]

This week’s blog is a little introduction to some very exciting changes for Happy Paws Fitness. As you may or may not know, we recently moved premises just around the corner to McLachlan Ave, Darlinghurst. Unfortunately our landlord had plans to tear down our building so we were forced to move on.  But what a […]

  A concerning phone call from my best friend recently got me thinking about the absolute necessity that every pet owner has to learn pet CPR. Being a beagle owner, Tammy is in and out of the Vet pretty regularly when her pup Maeby decides to do her best to swallow any number of items […]

  Finally, Spring has crept up on us again! Thankfully that means that balmy afternoons are just around the corner for us Sydney- siders, and as that glorious warm weather approaches, keep these tips in mind to help your canine buddy to stay happy and safe. Nesting Natives Springtime is a time for high alert […]

If you have ever taken the time to read the fine print on your pet food pack, you might be surprised to find out just how much, or how little of the ingredients you expect to be there really are.  The Australian pet food industry is self-regulated by an organisation by the name of PFIAA […]

  Brrrrrrr…Sydney Winter sure has hit us with vengeance!  As the seasons turn again to the chillier side of things, take a moment to get your pooch prepared. Here are some Canine Health & Wellbeing Tips to consider this season: Hypothermia Although most of us are aware of our dogs tolerance (selective and actual) of […]

You might be surprised by how many similarities there are between bringing a new puppy into your life and having your first baby. With both, for example, you can expect to deal with: their howling/crying at 3am; toilet-training; chewing/swallowing anything and everything they can get their hands on; unexpected medical emergencies; fussy eating; and ruining […]