Slug and snail bait that claim to be ‘pet safe’ simply have a bitter taste to act as a deterrent – some pets will STILL eat these highly toxic baits and ingestion (even in small amounts) can be fatal. Consider
Don’t put off a trip to the dentist! The longer your pet’s dental disease goes untreated, the worse it becomes. Early treatment will most importantly prevent pain but will also reduce dental costs in the long run. Call us for
It is chilly out there! A coat might be a good idea for pets that have been clipped or are old and feel the cold, but be aware that a coat might impede your pet’s ability to regulate his own
Our very own Dr Fiona Warton is an executive committee member of The Australian Veterinary Behaviour Interest Group (AVBIG). They are pleased to be hosting a series of educational seminars on canine and feline behaviour in September 2015. Pet owners
Winter is in full swing and it can get pretty darn cold in some areas of Australia. In fact, in some places your pet’s water bowl may even freeze over. It may not get a chance to thaw during the
Every mouthful your pet takes should be hard work! Think of what our pets would eat in the wild – chewy, sinewy food that requires ripping, tearing and crunching. This is the natural way and best way to clean the
When it comes to our senior pets, much can change over six to twelve months. REGULAR check ups with us help to pick up on any problems so your pet can live a longer and happier life.
What should you feed your senior pet? To help keep your senior pet in top shape, feed a complete and balanced premium food suitable for mature pet – we can give you the best advice when it comes to diet.
Cold weather makes arthritis a real pain. Provide your pet with a soft, padded bedding that they can sink their joints in to. Ensure the bed is lifted up off the cold floor and away from draughts, wind and rain.