Suraj Rai

  1. Can My Pet Drink Milk?

    Your cat shouldn't drink milk, but should your dog?It may surprise you to learn that cats actually shouldn’t drink milk. As for dogs...well, whether they can drink it is a bit more complicated...

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  2. Why Health Specific Foods Can Help Your Pet

    HEALTH SPECIFIC FOODS CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE TO YOUR PET’S LIFE!There are many choices when it comes to what you feed your pet, especially if they have a specific health condition. The most common conditions are dental disease, allergies, hairballs, joint health, and urinary tract issues, so let’s have a look at what the ingredients list of a good formulated food for these five conditions looks like!

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  3. Does Your Pet Have A Foot Fetish?

    THERE CAN BE A NUMBER OF REASONS WHY YOUR PET LICKS/BITES THEIR FEET!Have you had it with your dog licking her paws non-stop? Are you going crazy watching your cat pull at her toe nails?

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  4. When Your Cat Fights You All The Way To The Vet

    For most cats, the carrier never means anything good!Wrangling your cat and getting them into a carrier can be a very stressful event. This can put you off bringing your cat to the vet and it means they might miss out on essential health check ups, vaccinations and preventative care.

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  5. Urine Spraying In Cats

    Urine Spraying In CatsIf you've ever seen a cat spraying you may have been intrigued. It's a strange looking activity where the cat stands with a vertical tail (sometimes quivering at the tip) and delivers a squirt of urine against a vertical surface.

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  6. Anxiety and Behavioural Problems in Dogs

    ANXIETY IN DOGS IS ACTUALLY CONSIDERED A MEDICAL CONDITION.Anxiety disorders are probably the most common type of behaviour problem vets see in dogs.

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  7. Helping Out Our Wildlife

    During hot days our local wildlife sometimes need a helping hand.After a few hot days, it is not uncommon for our wildlife to become dehydrated and suffer from heat stress. This is especially the case during these back-to-back heatwaves the East Coast seems to be currently experiencing.

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  8. Protect Their Heart From Disease

    Make your pet's heart your #1 priority this Valentine's Day!With Valentine's Day coming up, there's never a better time to talk about your pet's heart health.

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  9. Preventing Nasty Fly Bites

    FLY BITES CAN BE PAINFUL FOR YOUR PET AND CAN LEAD TO INFECTION.Flies are back in force this summer and they can be a real nuisance for you and your pet.

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  10. This Is The Most Dangerous Worm Of All!

    Heartworm preventionIt is spread by mosquitoes and is the most dangerous of all the worms for our pets.

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