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Choosing The Right Food For Your Dog

Published: 24 Feb 2022

Dog owners are presented with an overwhelming array of options when it comes to food for their precious pooch. Choosing the right food can be time consuming, confusing, and expensive.

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Cat dental health

A healthy mouth equals a healthy happy cat

Published: 24 Feb 2022

In nature, cats hide pain so that predators don’t notice them and rivals cannot beat them to resources. As a result signs of disease, especially dental disease, are often subtle and can be difficult for pet owners to identify themselves.

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The ‘edible toothbrush’

Published: 24 Feb 2022

Dental disease is the most common disease of adult dogs and cats and is a primary cause of bad breath. What’s more, it is often a silent process that progresses without detection.

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Periodontal disease prevention tips

Periodontal Disease in Cats and Dogs

Published: 24 Feb 2022

Periodontal disease is easily preventable and yet it’s one of the most common problems that vets diagnose. More importantly, if it goes untreated, it can lead to other serious health problems such as infections in the kidney, heart and liver.

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Tick Paralysis for Dogs and Cats

Published: 24 Feb 2022

In some areas of Australia, the paralysis tick is a familiar foe to pet owners. Found along the east coast, paralysis ticks can cause a debilitating and often deadly paralysis in pets that encounter the parasites

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Vaccinations for pets

Published: 24 Feb 2022

Vaccination is a key component of responsible pet ownership and helps reduce the risk of your pet becoming unwell from some severe, life-threatening diseases.

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Preparing for flea and tick season

Preparing for flea and tick season

Published: 24 Feb 2022

Spring has sprung and so too have fleas, ticks and other warm-weather skin irritators. As it warms up, your pet will naturally spend more time outside, which means more contact with these parasites and more exposure to other skin allergens.

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Your new kitten

Published: 24 Feb 2022

Bringing home a new kitten is incredibly exciting, but there’s plenty you need to do to help your kitten settle into their new home comfortably.

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Protect your pet this Christmas!

Published: 24 Feb 2022

The festive season is upon us. While enjoyable, the festive season can present challenges for our pets. Here are some tips to help to protect your pets from hazards and keep them safe this Christmas period.

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Summer Skin Irritations

Published: 24 Feb 2022

Your pets’ skin, especially sparsely haired areas, can become itchy and irritable after time outside, especially in warmer weather. With a few simple tips, we can ensure our pets enjoy the outdoors without itchy summer skin.

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Heat Dangers for Companion Animals

Published: 23 Feb 2022

Heat stress can develop quickly in pets and livestock, and can be life threatening. Heat stress occurs when an animal’s body is unable to cool itself enough to maintain a healthy temperature.

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