5 Reasons our Pets are Obese
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5 Reasons our Pets are Obese

Why are our pets falling prey to obesity?

Let’s call them round pets! Let’s be politically correct and not call them fat or obese!  So, about that round pet in your house- they’re at risk of all the same diseases that humans are when they’re overweight (rounder than they need to be) Continue reading “5 Reasons our Pets are Obese” »

…..Find my dog

I asked myself why would any dog parent want a tracker? have we become so dependant on technology? I’d have scoffed at the idea. Think about it, our phones, smart and ‘unsmart’ connect us with our families, friends, and now pets. And I am here to tell you, YES! I’d invest in the product, “invest” is an odd term to use for pet products isn’t it? Continue reading “…..Find my dog” »

Know your Breed

Why do you think we see so many over weight, out of shape dogs in cities? A common sense conclusion? Little understanding of what your breed needs. Lets talk about  the Jack Russell Terrier (as former Terrier parent –  yes, he was the smartest, handsomest dog ever!). Continue reading “Know your Breed” »

Teaching Oliver to live alone

Teaching Oliver to stay alone, is probably the best thing you can do for your animal. Start with short periods, pretty much like you would with a child. As India’s family’s get nuclear so do our pets. So there are going to be instances when our pets are going to be alone, instead of forcing them to deal with that reality in a stressful situation, let them get used to it slowly.

Leave your pup alone for short periods. Start with leaving it alone in a room while you’re in the next room. Increase the length of time slowly. This will help build confidence, you do not want to bring up an insecure clingy pet. Leaving them for short periods and slowly increasing the time they are left alone, with give them confidence and they know you’re coming back. It will help alleviate any feelings of abandonment as they grow. All the same principles apply to your new kitten. Nuclear family dogs and cats have to learn to adjust as much as all other members to live and be on their own. As long as your pet knows you’re coming back they’ll learn patience and be well adjusted to be on their own.

Who is Oliver?

Oliver is all  pets, canine, feline, avian, turtle….

Oliver was an Indian Pariah, a pet and a friend. Animals that cross our paths or live with us or around us, become our friends, our confidants and companions. We established Oliver Pet care, to help  aging pets, young pets, city pets, farm animals, in short, if its an animal, and we can find a way to ease your care of it and ease its life we’ll do that.

What we now have are tech age pets. Closely on the heels of smart phone addicted adults and children are we looking at the smart phone/cyber dog? Lets analyse, cyber dog will be a smart phone, GPS trackable,  kitted out animal. Cyber cat is not left out. Oliver is a your cyber/ robo guide, he sniffs out the best and interesting gadgets for your animal. Robo cop maybe a distant Indian dream, but Oliver, is making sure that robo dog has decidedly arrived to India.

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