Summer is soon to be here and reptiles are out and about – so this is a great time to revisit a topic we’ve talked about in the past – safety with regards to your pet and snakes.
Category: Pet Care
Happy New Year! A new year is the time many people make resolutions, and one thing a lot of us do is, at some point in January, have a bit of a cleanup. It might not be spring, but it can be a great time for a “spring” clean. It’s also a really good time … Continued
With the arrival of December each year, the “silly season” is upon us – time for parties, holidays, winding down for the year and welcoming a new year at the end of the month. While it’s all fun and games for humans, your pet needs some special consideration at this time of the year. A … Continued
Whenever your furry friend starts scratching, your first thought is most likely – FLEAS!! But there are many other causes of itching and scratching in dogs, and you need to be aware of them.
IMAGE SOURCE: BISHOP RANCH VETERINARY CENTER As impossible as it is for most of us to understand, there are some people who are not animal lovers, and there are people who do not like dogs. There are, appallingly, even some who actively set out to cause harm to dogs. In the last couple of years, … Continued
Just like humans, dogs and cats can suffer the effects of arthritis as they get older. It can cause significant distress, and sometimes humans won’t realise their furry family member is suffering until the condition is quite advanced. You need to know the signs to look for and how to make your pet more comfortable. … Continued
Image: Dogster.com One issue which many dog owners will be familiar with is that of tear staining. It’s most commonly seen in dogs that have white or light coloured fur, and some breeds are more prone to it than others. What is Tear Staining?
Worms. The word is enough to make most of us cringe. Especially when it applies to worms in your pet. We’ve talked about intestinal worms in dogs in a previous article in the past, but it’s a topic worth revisiting. Intestinal worms are parasites that dogs, cats, (and kids!) can easily contract
We have talked recently about some important summer pet care tips for your dog, cat, or other small furry pet. But what about autumn?
The Australian summer can be, quite simply, brutal. We humans complain plenty about the heat and humidity – there’s a lot to complain about some days! – but imagine how much worse it is for our furry friends? Heat exhaustion can be a major issue for animals in the summer, including our beloved pets. Both … Continued