on 18 October 2021
Why do dogs shed?
It’s perfectly normal and healthy for dogs to shed, regular shedding occurs when your dog gets rid of its old, dead, and damaged fur to make way for new and healthy hair to grow.
But sudden excessive shedding can indicate a medical problem, requiring a veterinary examination to determ...
on 6 September 2021
Obesity in dogs is a more common problem than pet owners realise, so much so that one in three Australian dogs are overweight.
And while it's hard to deny that chubby dogs can be cute, it's impossible to deny that chubby dogs are facing serious health risks.
How to tell if your dog is overweight:
Every dog is different and you...
on 23 August 2021
With lock-downs and isolation giving time for new hobbies, a lot of us have found our green thumbs... But have we created a risky home environment for our pets?
Pets are drawn to grabbing and nibbling on houseplants. Some of the most common houseplants are actually toxic to our pets, the effects can range from mild mouth irritations to sever...
on 6 July 2021
A dog is a bundle of joy for any home, but you and your potential new friend may have very different ideas of a good time. The first step to being a responsible dog owner begins before you even bring a dog home. Thoughtfully and seriously assess your needs, and breeds of dog before making a decision, and you'll live happy and fun live...
on 7 June 2021
We all want our feline furry friends to be happy and healthy, and naturally, we want to do all we can to ensure that happens. However, cats are well adept at covering up when they're not feeling well, making it possible for cat owners to sometimes overlook important aspects of their care. Here are some tips to help you keep on top of your ...