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An A-Z guide for dog owners [eBook]

Bringing a new dog into your family is an exciting time and most of us can’t wait until our new companion arrives at their forever home. From a dog’s perspective, there is no such opportunity for anticipation – they just suddenly arrive somewhere new, with unfamiliar sights, smells and people. As joyful as they may appear, change is stressful for animals, so setting up routines and being prepared will make the transition as easy as possible for everyone. With this in mind, we’ve collated this eBook to offer the following tips for how you can care for your dog to give them comfort and provide safety for them.

Bringing a dog into your life is a huge commitment, but the effort involved in learning to care for them pays off in countless ways. Dogs are experts at sharing joy and offering loyal companionship like none other. If you have questions or concerns about how to provide for your dog’s needs, seek the assistance of your veterinarian.

You can’t always avoid a trip to the veterinarian, but you can be prepared and help your back pocket against potentially huge bills with a pet insurance policy.

Download the A-Z guide for dog owners [eBook]

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Dr Rosemary Elliot 

Dr Rosemary studied veterinary science at the University of Sydney after having established her career as a clinical psychologist, and has qualifications of BVSc (Hons), MANZCVS (Animal Welfare), MPsych (Clin), BA (Hons) as well as previously establishing her career as a clinical psychologist. Her experiences during veterinary training fostered an ambition to focus directly on animal welfare and ethics, with a particular interest in animal sentience and the human-animal bond. Currently working in small animal practice, Dr Rosemary combines her psychology background and veterinary skills to contribute to and promote animal welfare, and regularly contributes quality content to RSPCA Pet Insurance's Pet Care blog.