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Can You Use Your Toothpaste to Clean Your Cat's Teeth?

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If you've had cats in the past, then you know that they are often prone to teeth and gum problems. If you now have a new kitten, you may have decided to try to clean its teeth regularly to avoid dental problems in the future. If this is going well, then you may be at the stage where you can start to use a toothbrush and toothpaste in your cat's mouth.

2 January 2019

What to Look for When Choosing a Boarding Kennel for Your Dog

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When you go away for any length of time, it may be good to have your dog stay at a kennel rather than relying on a friend or neighbour to look in on him or her; dogs are social creatures, and they may have less stress when they're around other animals and people for that extended time. This can also reduce any risks of injury to your pet, as they will then get full-time supervision.

16 October 2017

What Lifestyle Have You Chosen for Your Dog?

Pets & Animals Blog

Canines are loyal companions, and love their families unconditionally. Dogs are brave and will protect their loved ones at the price of their own life. When you are sick, or just tired, your dog will stay by your side and comfort you. Human and animal health are closely linked. The way you live affects your dog, and only you can determine your pet's lifestyle. Your dog's love and devotion should be repaid with healthy choices every day.

13 October 2017

How Not Grooming Your Dog Can Hurt His Intestines

Pets & Animals Blog

Grooming isn't just about appearance--it's an important part of your dog's health too. If you don't have your pooch groomed regularly, he could suffer a range of health problems, from bad skin to internal issues. One such internal issue is the intestinal blockage. Read on to find out more about it and how you can prevent it. What Is an Intestinal Blockage? An intestinal blockage is an obstruction in your dog's gastrointestinal system that stops everything from flowing through as it should.

26 September 2017

Caring for Pets After Surgery

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No matter what kind of surgery your pet has undergone, it is important that they are cared for at home in order to speed up their recovery. The time it takes for a pet to recover depends on many factors, including their species, age, the type of surgery performed and their overall health condition. However, being able to care for your pet at home can help them get back to their normal life much quicker.

25 September 2017

Vet Emergency in Australia

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A vet emergency is a hospital with an emergency room set up for the critical care of animals. Such a hospital usually operates 24/7 and provides veterinary treatment to all pets and wildlife. Just as in the human ER, pets in the vet emergency are attended to in order of priority depending on the severity of their illness or injury. In cases of critical conditions, the pet owner is required to call ahead of arrival to ensure the vet team is adequately prepared for the pet's arrival.

15 September 2017