The sale of pets is booming, with sales of pets soaring by over 40% to more than $3bn in 2014, according to PetSellers Australia.
This figure includes sales of new and used pets, and the average price of a pet.
However, this growth is happening on a very tight leash, and it is unlikely to continue for much longer.
What you should know about pet sales article This is a guide to the sale of pet products and services in Australia.
It includes information on the types of pets available, the best pet shops to visit, and where you can find them.
It also provides you with advice on the best places to buy, and what to do if you find yourself in a dog’s shoes.
What to buy for a dog How to buy a pet?
The first step to finding a good pet for sale is to decide which one is the best for you.
There are several different options, with many factors to consider.
These include: size and weight: The best size and shape of your dog can be a factor.
A medium-sized dog is more suitable for younger children and dogs that have trouble standing, so a larger dog is ideal.
For larger dogs, a taller or heavier dog is likely to have a more demanding lifestyle.
Size and weight are important factors when choosing your pet.
There is no right or wrong size, but there are some general guidelines: the smaller the dog, the more muscular it will need to be for a job, such as a firefighter.
A good rule of thumb is to pick a dog that is around 10-15 per cent bigger than your average dog.