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  1. What You Should And Shouldn't Feed a Diabetic Pet

    What You Should & Shouldn't Feed A Diabetic PetDiabetes is as serious for our pets as it is for humans, however our pets don’t have the ability to see that something is bad for them to eat so that leaves it to us responsible pet parents to decide.

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  2. 5 Types of Eye Goop and What They Mean

    5 types of eye goopAre your dog's eyes getting a little goopy and you’re wondering what it could possibly mean? There are different reasons for that eye goop and some can be acceptable while others are more sinister. Let’s take a look at the most common types.

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  3. 5 Scary Things Dental Disease Can Cause

    5 scary things caused by dental diseasePeriodontal disease is no fun, but here are 5 other scary ways bad dental health is harming your pet!

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  4. Baby to Mature Pet - Why Life Stage Diets Work

    Baby to mature petYour pet’s dietary requirements change dramatically over the course of their lifetime, from crazy pup or kitten to those beautiful, golden senior years.

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  5. Can My Pet Get Sunburnt?

    Can my pet get sunburntThe clear and simple answer is: YES! Your pet can get sunburnt by our powerful Aussie sun! Because our pets love to spend a lot of time outdoors it is important that they are protected just as you would protect a child from those harmful rays.

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  6. Why Do They Eat Grass?

    Why Do they eat grass?Ever wondered why your pet eats grass?

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  7. Trimming Your Pet's Nails From Home

    Trimming your pet's nails from homeTry these six steps for nail trimming at home!

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  8. Choosing The Right Joint Supplement

    Choosing the right joint supplementKnowing what to look for in a joint supplement for your pet can be a confusing task as there are so many different options out there.

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  9. 10 Ways To Make Your Home More Arthritis Friendly

    Make your home more arthritis friendlyThe key to managing arthritis is a multi-targeted approach taken by your vet, which includes disease modifying drugs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), specifically formulated diets and nutriceuticals. However, there are steps you can take at home to help your arthritic pet to live a more comfortable day-to-day life:

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  10. All About Probiotics

    All About ProbioticsJust like humans, 70% of our pet’s immune system resides in their gut, making their digestive system an integral part of their health and wellbeing. This is where probiotics are little machines of goodness that can give your pet’s immune system a real boost on a daily basis.

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