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When Surgery For Your Pet Is The Best Option

Pets are a common sight in many households across Australia, and they're not just cats or dogs (although those are the most popular). Birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians and even larger animals like horses and goats can be kept as pets, along with a myriad of more exotic animals. No one likes to see their pet suffering, so if your pet is struggling with one of the following problems, they should be taken to a vet surgery as soon as possible.   Read More...

Why Your Pet Needs an Annual Checkup at the Animal Hospital

Being a parent to a furry loved one means making sure that their health is just as much of a priority to you as your health would be. Pets, in particular, need special attention since they cannot communicate with you when they are under the weather. Thus, a minor ailment that could have easily been resolved at the onset could end up being a life threatening condition. Irrespective of this, it is still not uncommon to find some pet owners only taking their animals to the hospital when it is an emergency.   Read More...

Finding the Best Kennel for Your Dog

It can be a stressful experience when your dog has to stay overnight away from home. However, the right boarding facility can take away all the doubt and make a big difference in how enjoyable the stay and experience is for your dog. Finding the best kennel may be a challenging experience if proper channels are not observed. However, doing a few things will help you get the right kennel in a simple way.   Read More...

A Quick Overview of Everything You Need to Know About Acute Pancreatitis in Dogs

Acute pancreatitis is one of the most serious conditions that your dog can face, and you should understand the risk factors and learn to pick up on the signs that you should get your pooch to an emergency vet as soon as possible. Here's a quick overview of everything you need to know about acute pancreatitis in dogs. What Is Acute Pancreatitis? The pancreas sits just behind the small intestine and the stomach, and it helps your dog digest food by producing pancreatic enzymes and glucose.   Read More...

3 Cat Care Options To Consider When Going On Holiday

Planning a holiday that doesn't involve your cat can leave you feeling anxious and worried about arranging suitable care for them while you're away. There are several high-quality care options available, but the best fit for your cat will depend on their personality and individual needs. Here's an overview of three cat care options for you to consider: Staying With A Friend Or Neighbour Sending your cat on their own little holiday to a friend or neighbour's house can be a good option for sociable cats who don't get stressed in new environments or when their routine is changed.   Read More...