2018

Our Senior Pet’s need a little extra care!

Do you have a pet who is 7 years or older? Did you know that dogs and cats are considered a senior pet from the age of 7?  As our pets grow old it is important that we give them a little

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Monthly Behaviour Tip – Senior pets : Eye care

Is your pet blind or does he/she have limited eye sight? Pets’ may be blind or lose eye sight for multiple reasons. They may be born blind, their eye sight may deteriorate with age, or they may become blind due

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Don’t let your pet take the bait

                    Rat bait is designed to kill rats and mice, but it can also be deadly if eaten by your pets. Dogs may see rat bait as a smelly/tasty treat that has been left within their reach. Meanwhile, cats

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Endocrine Disease

Although our pets are unable to speak human language, they communicate to us in their own way through body language and behaviour. Have you ever wondered how a vet knows what is wrong with your pet? Although we would like

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Chip in to fight animal cruelty!

         Hey, Me and my pooch are walking to fight animal cruelty on May 20th at the 2018 Million Paws Walk! Why? Because last year, 33,535 animals arrived at RSPCA Shelters around Australia after suffering neglect, mistreatment or abuse. I

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Monthly Behaviour Tip

Do you take the opportunity on the Easter long weekend to go camping, perhaps taking your dog with you? Dogs often stress out when their routine changes, which can lead to erratic, even aggressive behaviour or illness. It is important

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Heart Health

Our pets love us unconditionally!! However, they do not express this love in the same way as a fellow human would. So how can we return the love to our pets in a way they can understand? Our dogs and

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