5 Essential Dental Care Tips For Your Dog

26 October 2019
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While caring for your dog's oral health is a necessary aspect of a responsible dog owner, many overlook this responsibility. Preventive dental care is not only essential for dogs; it can save you a lot of money in the long run. There are many ways to take care of your dog's oral health. With just a few steps, you can keep your dog's mouth healthy and avoid unpleasant health issues that result from poor dental care. Read More 

Why Has Your Dog Suddenly Started Eating Dead Leaves?

13 May 2019
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You'll have got used to your dog's typical patterns of behaviour over the years, but that doesn't mean that your pet won't sometimes surprise you.  Sometimes, dogs do something odd that makes you stop and think.  For example, your dog may suddenly have started to eat dead leaves in your garden or when you take it out for walks. It's never done this before so you may be a bit worried. Read More 

Learn to Recognize the Signs Your Dog Might Have Had a Stroke

1 November 2018
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It's sad to think about, but dogs can suffer from strokes just as humans can. It's a relatively rare problem in the canine community, but it's still one to take seriously. Treatment should be sought to minimize brain swelling and further damage if your dog is to continue living a healthy life. The only way to accurately diagnose a stroke is through an MRI or CT scan. Of course, you probably don't have those machines lying around at home, but you can keep an eye out for the follow signs of stroke in your dog. Read More 

When your dog has a tumour: Surgical removal options

24 October 2018
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The scary nature of tumours is not only limited to humans. Your furry companion may also develop tumours on many different parts of the body. Tumours arise due to environmental conditions, dietary options, and any hereditary conditions that your dog may have obtained from its lineage. If you find out that your dog has a tumour, the best approach is to have it surgically removed. There is always the risk that the tumour might be cancerous (malignant) and it may spread in your dog's body if left untreated. Read More 

How Do Your Identify The Best Cat Boarding Facility For Your Pet?

26 September 2018
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Leaving your pet behind when you are travelling can be heart-wrenching, yet unavoidable. And if you are a responsible pet owner, it is likely that you will want to ensure your cat is getting the best care possible while you are away. One of the places that will give you peace of mind about the welfare of your pet is a cat boarding facility. Nonetheless, with numerous pet boarding facilities opening up every other day, how can you tell what will be the best accommodation for your pet? Read More