on 16 August 2022
Dogs have 42 permanent teeth, and they need to be well looked after.
Maintaining your dog's oral health from the start can help prevent dental disease, it is a lifelong commitment.
Healthy teeth and gums lead to a happier and healthier life.
Dental disease is one of the most common conditions diagnosed in companion animals. 80% of dogs ov...
on 16 July 2022
What weight should my cat be?
Every cat’s weight expectations will differ depending on several variables such as age, breed, sex and health conditions.
For example a healthy weight of a Singapura, the smallest cat breed, is significantly less than the Maine Coon, the largest cat breed. The Domestic Shorthair will normally weig...
on 16 June 2022
A usual suspect in the unwanted guest lineup.
Worm prevention should be taken seriously in pets. As well as potentially making our furry family very unwell, worms can also be transmitted from our pets to people.
If you see worms in the stools, it is important to treat your pet immediately. Pets should be dewormed on...
on 18 May 2022
Like humans, our pets are susceptible to allergies. And also, similar to humans, reactions can be mild or severe.
What are pet allergies?
Allergies are hypersensitivities in the immune system to types of allergens.
Pet allergies can be mild or severe, with cases ranging from annoyances and discomfort to life-threatening reaction...
on 14 April 2022
Is your dog particularly talented at dodging its tablet?
There is no perfect solution for giving dogs medication. If they don’t like the taste, size, or texture of the tablet, it can lead to a battle to get them to finally swallow it.
Oral medications can often be given with food, but sometimes are needed to be given on an empty sto...