It may seem a bit weird, but a dog’s bark is a sign it’s ready to mate.
Calla lilies are an ornamental flower found in Australia, which is home to more than 70 species.
Callas are known to be affectionate towards their human neighbours, and are often used to mark the start of a new day.
This is because they’re found in large numbers in Australia’s warm, wet season, which lasts from May to October.
But even in warm, dry times, the plants can be spotted by their yellow-brown flowers.
And they are a great way to mark your dog’s arrival at the gate.
If you can’t spot the flowers, then there’s no need to panic.
Here are the best methods for spotting your dog and keeping an eye out for them.
Look for the white ring on Calla’s paw The white ring usually forms around the lower half of Calla Lily’s paw, a sign of the plant’s ready-to-marry stage.
If your dog has been eating a lot of food or drinks, you’ll notice the ring begins to fade.
This can indicate the plant is in its early to mid-flowering stage.
Look at Calla for signs of pregnancy If you find your dog looks noticeably lethargic or less energetic, this can indicate that it’s in the middle of a pregnancy.
Pregnant dogs tend to be quiet, but their coats are still a bit wobbly, which may indicate that they’re pregnant.
They may also shed their coat for a few days, and this may give you an idea of their health.
If the coat remains wobbley, then you should consider seeing your vet.
Check your dog regularly to check its coat If your pet seems lethargically tired or anxious, you can check to see if it’s pregnant.
This could be a sign that Calla is ready to flower.
If this happens, you should be prepared to give your dog a bath or an early bed.
If Calla flower doesn’t develop, then this could be the time to look into getting rid of the plants.
If they are still growing, then it’s likely they’ve got a new parent.
If that’s the case, it’s possible the plant may need to be killed.
This will give you time to find a new location for it, and if possible, kill the plant yourself.
Check for a bud from Calla Flower There are some signs of Callas buds being formed when they are about 20 to 30 centimetres (6 to 9 inches) high, which suggests that the plant has started to grow.
If not, you may have to kill it to prevent its buds from growing.
Get to know your dog before it starts flowering Calla Lilies are not common, but there are a few things you should do before starting your new year’s day.
Check the weather forecast for when it’s most likely your dog will arrive.
If it’s wet and winds are expected to be strong, check to make sure your dog doesn’t get wet.
Get the weather app ready for your dog, or get a partner who’s got a smartphone with a camera to film the arrival of Callahas bud.
Make sure your pet is at home, so your pet won’t be distracted by any other animals or pedestrians.
Get your pet vaccinated for rabies.
Callahase a new year to make up for lost time or to show off a new pet, or make a big announcement.
There are a number of things you can do to get your pet used to the idea of a flower.
Get some new friends to visit Calla plants in your area, or offer your pet a treat.
Use the dog-friendly gift shop to stock up on flowers, pet-friendly items and a new look for your pet.
You can also start by offering your pet some treats to keep them busy during the flower season.