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Better Homes and Gardens offers viewers a practical and easy guide to creating great food, a beautiful garden and a warm and friendly home. Join presenter Johanna Griggs and established team of experts – Graham Ross (Horticulturalist), Dr Harry Cooper (Vet), Rob Palmer (DIY), Ed Halmagyi (Fast Food presenter), Jason Hodges (landscaper), Karen Martini (food presenter) and Tara Dennis (interior expert) – and see the homes and gardens come alive. Each episode is packed full of inspirational ideas and achievable decorating, DIY, craft, food and gardening projects. It’s all about better living.

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Posted by Bec203 • 3d ago • Report
Hi Dr Cooper I have a question for you...., I have a 1year old male Staffy x Labrador who continually is trying to dig under the fence to try and get to the neighbours dog ( have put concrete pullers under the fence where hole is but he's pushing it aside) how can I stop or what can I put under the fence to stop him digging there
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Posted by Lori59 • 18d ago • Report
Dr Harry Cooper yoiur segment on chook chook was a lovely insight into the man you are, your affinity with animals and your recognition of the other caring humans that some animals encounter. Thank you for what you and Maria did for that poor old ill chicken. I really admire and respect you and your work to educate us about animals and their care, you are a champion of the finest pedigree.
Posted by Dalay • 19d ago • Report
Canvas painting in living room show the beauty of living room decorative!
The living room is the strongest open space in family, and it is a place which receipt relative, friends and business partners, so it called living room. The choice of canvas painting is a way give your guests a fist time to understand you, and it can reflect your grade.
Canvas painting the living room has a variety of expressions, it is can be a representative of Western culture paintings or prints, and it also can be ink painting or calligraphy which full with oriental style. And the canvas painting should choose the atmosphere content and large format, otherwise it will show stingy.
Large canvas painting in living room is also a good choice, especially on the form of photographs. The powerful authenticity can expand you living room space. Landscape painting can give you a feeling of being there, it is can’t be underestimated temptation for people who have long lived in the reinforced place.
cheap canvas painting!
Posted by Kath104 • 19d ago • Report
OK, so we've resorted to asking Dr Harry....we have a beautiful, well-behaved and intelligent 4 yr old kelpie cross border collie. He is exercised and socialised daily. He is a loving and easy dog to have around EXCEPT. If we laugh loudly, or muck around physically, or we have other kids around, he gets really upset. He runs around and around us and barks and is obviously distressed. It is NOT him joining in. It takes very little to spark this behaviour and I'm at a loss as to what to do to remedy it. Similarly, at the dog park, he often spends his time rounding the other dogs up and if they are wrestling, again he does his best to break it up. This upsets him less than us at home, but it is worryingly obsessive behaviour. I would so appreciate a clue.
Posted by Ashlee Rochelle • 19d ago • Report
Hi dr Harry I have been watching you since I was little I need some help with my cat she has an obsession with playing with her water we have tried many things to get her to stop but nothing seems to be working she has been doing it for 1and 1/2 years and the water goes everywhere can you plz help
Posted by Karen2278 • 19d ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry,my daughter lives in a caravan park,she has a female cat desexed and in the park there was a male cat who was the bully of the park he has now gone but now my daughters cat wants to harass all the other cats even the ones she used to play with before the male cat harassed her.Have you any suggestions on how she can stop her cat becoming the park bully.Would love to hear back from you
Posted by Sharnee10 • 20d ago • Report
Hey Dr Harry,
You have been apart of my household since i was young, Ive watched many of your shows.
Now it is my turn to ask for your advise :).
I have 3 beautiful indoor cats, all under 1.5yrs. The middle cat has a habbit of chewing EVERYTHING bags, cords, plastic, books, handbags and more. He is training the youngest to do the same. He gets lots of love, has lots of toys so he cant be bored. PLEASE help
Posted by Sharnee10 • 20d ago • Report
Ive watched many of your shows.
Now it is my turn to ask for your advise :).
I have 3 beautiful indoor cats, all under 1.5yrs. The middle cat has a habbit of chewing EVERYTHING bags, cords, plastic, books, handbags and more. He is training the youngest to do the same. He gets lots of love, has lots of toys so he cant be bored. PLEASE HELP
Posted by Sandra927 • 20d ago • Report
Hi Dr Harry, always love watching you train the pets AND the families :) We have 2 dogs, cattle / collile cross. Sass, the smaller dog, has in the past shown more cattle-dog traits - nipping at our heels, shouldering other dogs at the part, etc. We've dealt with that. But now when the children are playing ball at the park, the dogs run with them but Sass is jumping up to nip on the thigh or sometimes the calf of whoever she's running with. She doesn't do it to me when I'm running and playing with them. I'm at a loss at how to stop it. Sass (and Mallee) are two and half years old. What can you advise please, particularly for the children to do, as it only happens to anyone else who's running with the dogs, never me. Thanks, Sandra