Latest Blog On KENNEL COUGH

18th September 2016

Kennel cough is very common amongst dogs that have been at the animal shelter, vet or in pet accommodation. Unfortunately it’s not something that can really be avoided and in reality, although kennel cough can sound bad, it’s equivalent to the common cold for us. The best way to look after your pet with kennel … Continue reading Latest Blog On KENNEL COUGH

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Latest Blog On ARTHRITIS

18th September 2016

Arthritis is very common amongst older dogs. In fact, 1 in 5 Australian dogs suffer from arthritis, or osteoarthritis as it is known, at some point during their lives. You’ll notice that your dog is slower to get onto their feet (especially in the morning or in cooler weather) and will be far less active … Continue reading Latest Blog On ARTHRITIS

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Latest Blog On CATARACTS

18th September 2016

This is a big one, especially with older dogs. Cataracts for dogs, just like humans can really affect the way we see. It’s not only old age that will bring about these growths on the eye, often cataracts will develop after the eye has been through a trauma or can be caused by disease. Cataracts … Continue reading Latest Blog On CATARACTS

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