2021

Sensitive Skin in Dogs: How to Help Your Pooch Find Relief

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Dog owners quickly learn to spot the difference between the different types of itches that their furry pets can experience. A mild, temporary irritant causing an itch is quickly banished with a quick scratching, and that's the end of that. However, sometimes a dog can seem to be plagued by itches, furiously scratching for extended periods and often seeming to be distressed by the fact that they're unable to find relief.

26 May 2021

How Veterinary Surgeory Could Help Fix The Joint Issues In Your Cat Or Dog

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Cats and dogs are two of the most popular pet types across Australia and the world. The two are beloved by many, but also often suffer from quite similar health conditions due to their comparable size and body structure. Joint issues are common in both cats and dogs, and while they are sometimes caused by age, they can also come at much younger ages with no forewarning at all. If your cat or dog is clearly suffering from joint pain, and your vet has confirmed this, then you may want to consider allowing them to undergo veterinary surgery to help them overcome this.

26 March 2021

Why Desexing Your Dog Is So Important

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Pet desexing is very widely done across Australia, with only licensed breeders generally allowed to breed and sell animals as pets. You might think that it is quite a cruel idea, but the reality is that pet desexing is important to keep your dogs happy, whether they are male or female. If you, or someone you know, has had a litter of puppies in the recent past, then here are a few reasons why you should be ready to desex them when the age comes and why it is not as expensive as you think.

26 March 2021

Spotting The Signs Of Mastitis In Nursing Hamsters

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Mastitis is a bacterial infection that causes a nursing female hamster to develop inflamed mammary glands. The bacteria, which are often a Streptococcus variant, can enter the mammary glands when young pups break the surface of the skin with their teeth or claws while suckling. Mastitis is painful for the nursing hamster and can also be dangerous for the pups, as the infection can impact milk supply and the pups can quickly starve.

3 February 2021