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  • Christmas is Family!

    Christmas is a time spent with family, eating food and of course giving gifts!

    Every family celebrates Christmas in their own unique way. Whether you head to Grandma’s house for a traditional lunch, spend it at the beach playing cricket or get together to check out the Christmas lights, every Christmas is special and unique!

    We love celebrating Christmas with our furry, feathery & scaley family members and while finding the perfect gift can be a challenge, we’ve found something special for every member of the family!

    Tell us how you spend Christmas with your pets by sharing a photo on Instagram using #petstock.

  • Naughty or Nice… or a bit of both?

    Don’t forget to stock up on delicious Christmas treats for your best buddy! Kobe’s favourites are the DGG Naughty or Nice Cookies but he can’t quite decide which one best describes him yet… so he will just take both!

    He is also asking Santa for:

    DGG Products

    Santa is also bringing Kobe a KONG to keep him occupied while his humans enjoy a delicious Christmas dinner (and stop you feeling guilty about kicking him outside!).

    Made from a durable rubber, the KONG Classic can be packed with dog food or even some healthy leftovers. Or, why not try the KONG Wobbler. The KONG Wobbler is weighted in the bottom so it always returns to an upright position. You can fill it full of dry dog food or treats and as your buddy pushes it around the yard, delicious treats will fall out, making it a deliciously interactive toy to play with.

    So next time you have to leave your furry friend alone, you can rest assured they’re chewing on their KONG instead of your shoes or furniture!

  • Dear Santa,

    Our names are Luna and Louie and we have been very good kitties this year.

    Well, except for when we poop next to the litter tray, shred the toilet paper on the roll (we thought it was an exciting present for us… we swear!) and that time we frightened our human by pouncing from behind the door to attack his bare feet.

    Under our Christmas tree, we’d love to find:

    Forever yours, the always good and kind,

    Luna & Louie

    Meow & Me Products
  • If your buddy is a water lover, there is a fair chance that they love a day at the beach! These are our favourite must have items for any beach adventure and what’s more, they make great stocking fillers!

    NERF

    Nerf

    If you have kids, nieces, nephews, or are just a big kid yourself, you know how much fun NERF can deliver. Well now, your furry friend can get in on the fun with their very own range of NERF products!

    Chuckit

    Specially designed for water play, the Chuckit range will have your furry friend in and out of the waves for hours. It is guaranteed to wear them out and have them asleep in the car on the way home after a day of fun at the beach.

    Chuckit
    Travel Shampoo

    Travel & Shampoo

    The absolute worst part of heading to the beach is leaving wet, sandy and smelling of seaweed. Well not for your buddy if you pack the revolutionary microfibre towel and the DGG dry shampoo. They will be leaving silky and soft, smelling delicious!

  • What do you get for the pooch who has everything? Try your hand at making your own special Christmas cookies with the guidance of PETstock’s Littlest Chefs! Don’t forget to share your results with us on Facebook or Instagram.

    Delectable Christmas Dog Cookies

    Ingredients

    • Your buddy’s favourite dry dog food
    • 2 eggs
    • ¾ cup of water
    • Select your flavour, we suggest:
      • Mashed sweet potato
      • Left over roast meat (ensuring fat is removed)
      • Peanut butter
      • Grated or stewed apple

    Using Dry Food:

    1. In a blender, add 2 cups of dry food and grind into a powder.
    2. Pour powder into a mixing bowl and add eggs and water.
    3. Add ingredients such as peanut butter, mashed sweet potato, leftover meat.
    4. Shape into individual "treats" or "cookies" and flatten the dough using the back of a spoon (the cookies will not flatten like standard "people cookies" do.)
    5. Place treats on a greased tray and bake in the oven at 180 degrees for approximately 30 minutes or until crispy.
    6. Store baked treats in the refrigerator and discard leftovers after 5-7 days.
    7. Homemade treats should not exceed 10% of your pet's total daily intake because heat alters the nutritional characteristics of the food.
    8. Do not freeze homemade treats.
  • All wrapped up in Christmas!

    Do you love surprising your buddy with a little something special under the tree? The exclusive Bark-a-Boo Christmas range is sure to excite your playful pooch on Christmas morning! We love adding extra tasty (and smelly) treats under the wrapping so they know this specially wrapped surprise is just for them!

    Bark-a-Boo Products

    As for the contents of the wrapping paper? You can’t go past the brand new & exclusive Bark-a-Boo Christmas range. There’s something for every fur-baby, whether they love something that squeaks, a rope toy to play tug-war with or a soft cuddly friend to snuggle with at night, they’ll be so excited come Christmas morning!

    Bark-a-Boo Products
  • Counting down to Christmas Morning!

    On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me, a new bed for my pal Freddie.

    Rudolph hates sleeping on a lumpy mattress, so he makes sure Santa heads to PETstock to buy the best beds for his puppy pals around the world.

    Freddie’s new Buddy & Belle Round Bed is the perfect designer bed for a style-savvy pooch.

    Made from soft fabric and padded for extra comfort, this bed also features a removable insert for easy washing.

    The Buddy & Belle Round Bed comes in three sizes – small, medium and large – so it caters for everyone from Freddie the sausage dog to Lucy the labrador.

    Freddie is also looking forward to a feast fit for a king and when it comes to dinner time, he can’t wait to test out his new Buddy & Belle Wire Feeding Bowl.

    Available in two sizes, it features a removable stainless steel bowl for easy cleaning and food preparation.

    Rubber stoppers on the bottom of the frame help minimise slipping while your furry friend eats and drinks.

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    These delicious treats are sure to tempt even the fussiest of kitties and because they are hand made, they will appreciate them all the more… right?

    Follow PETstock’s Littlest Chefs as they craft a delicious Christmas cookie fit for feline royalty!

    Cat Christmas Cookies

    Ingredients

    1. In a blender, add 1 cup of dry food and grind into a powder.
    2. Pour powder into a mixing bowl and add egg, wet cat food and tbs of oil.
    3. Roll into balls and flatten
    4. Place treats on a greased tray and bake in the oven at 180 degrees for approximately 12-15 minutes or until crispy.
    5. Store baked treats in the refrigerator and discard leftovers after 5-7 days.
    6. Homemade treats should not exceed 10% of your pet's total daily intake because heat alters the nutritional characteristics of the food.
    7. Do not freeze homemade treats.
  • Treat your buddy the right way

    It looks truly amazing, it smells darn delicious and it tastes… – what, I can’t have any?!

    While it’s very tempting to sneak a treat under the table to your furry family members during the festive season, certain foods that we love to indulge in can actually be harmful to your pets.

    For example, some pork products contain a high amount of fat, which can lead to illnesses like pancreatitis. Statistics actually show an increase in cases of pancreatitis in dogs at Christmas time so stay strong and don’t give in to those puppy dog eyes this Christmas.

    It is also a well-known fact that chocolate is bad for dogs, this is because it contains a compound called theobromine, which is toxic to cats and dogs and can cause serious illness or death.

    So, limit the chances of your buddy being fed from the table by removing them from the area whenever you’re eating.

    Doing this will also reduce the chance of your pet picking up bad habits, like begging at your feet any time you bring food to the table!

    The Naughty List

    The following is a list of bad food for pets:

    Chocolate is toxic to your pets Chocolate The cacao seeds that give chocolate its delicious qualities also contain a compound called theobromine, which is toxic to cats and dogs and, if consumed, cause serious illness or death. Symptoms of toxicity can take 6-12 hours so if you suspect your buddy has been scavenging, call your vet immediately for further diagnosis and treatment.
    Raisins and Grapes can be fatally toxic to dogs Raisins and Grapes Yes, this does include your Christmas pudding! The raisins and grapes found in pudding can be fatally toxic to dogs, even in small quantities!
    Ingestion of onions can contribute to stomach upsets and even cause Anaemia in your pets Onions Ingestion of onions can contribute to stomach upsets and even cause Anaemia.
    Under-Cooked Meat can contain e-coli and other bacterial dangers. Under-Cooked Meat Just like humans, your pets can suffer the effects of eating under-cooked meat, which can contain e-coli and other bacterial dangers.
    Pork products contain a high amount of fat, which can lead to Pancreatitis Pork, Bacon and Ham Some pork products contain a high amount of fat, which can lead to illnesses like pancreatitis. Statistics actually show an increase of pancreatitis cases in dogs at Christmas time!
    Cooked Bones spinter and can cause intrenal harm to your pets Cooked Bones These are danger as they tend to splinter when chewed by dogs, causing damage to their teeth, mouth, throat and intestines (not to mention their high calorie content!)
    Alcohol is very toxic to pets and can even cause seizures Alcohol While it may seem obvious, allowing our pets to consume any alcohol is dangerous. It can cause alcohol toxicity and even seizures
    Dogs and Cats can't process dairy. It can lead to stomach upsets Milk and Dairy Products It may surprise many to learn that dogs bodies werent designed to process dairy. Consuming dairy can cause stomach upsets, vomiting and diarrhoea.
    Lollies can interfere with your pets metabolism and cause diabetes Lollies Loaded with sugar and even worse for our pets than they can be for us, lollies can disrupt your pets metabolism and when consumed in high amounts, can even cause diabetes.
    Ornaments and decorations aren't food - keep your pet away from them Christmas Ornaments So they arent technically a food, but you know what our furry friends can be like! Keep an eye on your pets around the Christmas decorations and try placing dcor in high places, out of their reach.

    The Nice List

    The following is a list of safe food for pets that they can enjoy in moderation:

    Plain leftover Beef or Chicken is a delicious treat Leftover Beef or Chicken As long as its de-boned, this leftover meat can be a delicious treat. Be sure to feed in moderation and without any of the food on the naughty list.
    Fruit and Vegies are healthy treats for dogs Fruit and Veggies Small amounts of apples, oranges, bananas and watermelon are all healthy treats for our dogs at Christmas (especially when its kept in the fridge and given on a hot day!). Just ensure all the seeds are removed first, and avoid stone fruits. Carrot sticks, green beans, cucumber, pumpkin and zucchini are also wonderful snack option.
  • Thinking about share the joy of a new pet this Christmas? Or adding to your already existing scaley family? Get started with these fantastic starter kits and our top tips on adding a new member to your family.

    Fishy friends

    Adding a new fishy friend?

    Fish make fantastic pets as they are relatively low cost and come in a variety of different breeds.

    Setting up an aquarium is not complicated, but there are important steps that must be followed to ensure your set up is successful staring with choosing a tank and the type of fish you’d like!

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    Reptiles & Snakes make great pets!

    Snakes and lizards make up the majority of reptiles housed domestically in Australia.

    Reptiles are increasing in popularity largely because of reduced space requirements and they are relatively inexpensive to keep (although initial purchase costs can be high).

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    Reptiles & Snakes
    And & Worm Farms

    Ant & Worm Farms!

    Looking for a simpler pet that will offer hours of enjoyment and entertainment? Why not make your recipient the ruler of their own universe with an Ant or Worm Farm!

    They will learn all about the magic that comes with being a Junior Myrmecologist (Ant keeper) or a Junior Oligocheatologist (worm farmer).

  • We can’t forget the feathered member of the family! They will be squawking with surprise on Christmas morning when treated to these fantastic Christmas gifts interactive toy.

    Spoil your smallest member of the furry family with a new enclosure or perhaps a fun toy that will keep them entertained for hours Christmas. Plus don’t forget to surprise them with a delicious lunch of all their favourite treats, fruits and vegetables!

    Looking to add a rabbit, guinea pig, bird or chicken to your family? Let us help you with everything you need to know!

    Birds

    Looking to add a Bird to your family?

    Owning a bird will be one of the most enjoyable and rewarding things you will ever do.

    But where to start? Do you get a cage or an avarie and do they need a friend? We can help you here!

    read more about birds

    Wanting a rabbit or guinea pig?

    Rabbits and guinea pigs make fantastic, relatively inexpensive pets which are great for young children.

    They also develop wonderful personalities and can become very affectionate.

    read more about rabbits
    read more about guinea pigs

    Rabbits & Guinea Pigs
    Chickens

    Chickens make great pets!

    Chickens are a great addition to the family with the added benefit of fresh eggs!

    Keeping chooks can be a rewarding experience for the whole family and can be raised to be just as loyal as your friendly canine companion. Who said only a dog can be a man’s best friends, chickens are just as capable!

    read more about chickens

  • About PETstock Assist

    PETstock Assist is PETstock’s very own charity foundation. We are committed to making a long-term difference and positive change in the life of pets and humans within our community.

    We envisage a community where all animals are respected, loved and treated as part of the family resulting in a happier, healthier life for all.

    This Christmas we are working our tail off to raise much needed funds for our major charity partner, PetRescue and local rescue groups throughout our communities. You can put your best paw forward by purchasing our 2018 calendar, having your pet’s photo taken with Santa and by donating to our PETstock Assist Wishing Tree.

    PETstock Assist Calendar

    PETstock Assist Calendar

    The 2018 PETstock Assist and PetRescue calendar raises much needed funds for PetRescue to continue on their mission to help save the lives of all homeless pets by giving them the very best chance of finding a human to love for life.

    All proceeds from the calendar go to PetRescue.

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    PETstock Assist Wishing Tree

    Your donation makes a life changing difference to rescue pets in local communities.

    Need a hand deciding how much to donate?

    • $2 can buy a rescue pet a treat
    • $5 can buy a rescue pet a toy
    • $20 can buy a rescue pet a new collar or lead
    • $50 can buy a recuse group a dose of flea, tick and worming treatments
    • $100 can buy a rescue group a bag of premium pet food

    Make a donation

    PETstock Assist Wishing Tree
    PETstock Assist Santa Photos

    PETstock Assist Santa Photos

    Pet Photos with Santa happened on Saturday 25th November from 10am – 2pm. For a $5 donation to PETstock Assist, customers were able to bring their pet in to meet Santa and have their photo taken.

    All money raised supports local animal rescue groups this Christmas.

  • Have a Safe & Merry Christmas Pet Lovers!

    Don’t’ forget to share a photo of you and your family enjoying Christmas on our Facebook & Instagram pages #petstock.

    Join the family!