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There are many and varied reasons your pet may have diarrhea. Anything from dietary indiscretion (eating unusual things), fatty foods, pancreatitis,…Read More
Boarding your cat isn’t a subject that should be taken lightly. We are a much more well-travelled society than we…Read More
The discovery of lumps, bumps, growths and swellings on our pets is a common reason for visiting the vet. Tumours,…Read More
Pet Medical Crisis online applications can be made at www.petmedicalcrisis.com.au “Need Help”. In an emergency (eg snake bite, pyometra,…Read More
1.Pet insurance can be an affordable option for some people and give a sense of security that should a major…Read More
It is never safe to give a pet human medicine unless specifically directed to do so by a registered veterinarian.…Read More
In general, if your cat is in good health, you should take your cat to the vet at least once…Read More
It’s a simple question, but one without a straightforward answer. Here are some of the rules according to each state.…Read More
Is your pet a “finicky” eater? Or, does it wolf down everything in sight without coming up for air? Some…Read More
Our pets are living longer than ever before, and although there are many health conditions affecting our golden oldies, there’s…Read More
Obesity is one of the most common health concerns in our dogs and cats, and is a life-long disease (there…Read More
Imagine how boring it must be for animals which are natural hunters or foragers to be given all their meals…Read More
Cats are very different from dogs. They really don’t like being picked up or petted, especially by strangers. Every cat…Read More
Now there can be a few reasons for this! You’ve changed their kitty litter and they don’t like it. You’re…Read More