Prevention

  1. Do Lighter Coloured Dogs have More Skin Issues?

    Do Lighter Coloured Dogs have More Skin Issues?

    Does your furry friend have a lighter coat or lighter patches of fur?

    Dogs with lighter coats are just as beautiful as those with darker coats, but they are prone to a few more skin conditions than normal.

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  2. Spring and Itchy Skin

    Spring and Itchy Skin

    Itchy skin can cause absolute chaos and really affect your dog's quality of life.

    One of the most common and frustrating 'itchy skin' conditions we see in dogs is atopic dermatitis. It is particularly troublesome in spring and summer.

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  3. Can My Pet Get Sunburnt?

    Can My Pet Get Sunburnt?

    The 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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  4. Choosing The Right Joint Supplement

    Choosing The Right Joint Supplement

    Knowing 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.

    With arthritis and poor joint health being a common issue for our furry friends, it’s doubly important to make sure that the supplement they are on is effective for managing and preventing further wear and tear and doesn’t contain inferior ingredients.

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  5. All About Probiotics

    All About Probiotics

    Just 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.

    Probiotics are little machines of goodness that can give your pet’s immune system a real boost on a daily basis so here's everything you need to know!

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  6. Dementia In Senior Pets

    Dementia in Senior PetsThere are several signs of Dementia in senior pets. These signs will warn you that all is not right with your pet and should never be ignored. Many of them may be considered a bit “odd” to pet parents, but all behavioural changes in your pet happen for a reason and should be seen by your vet as soon as possible.

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  7. Stop Hot Spots In Their Tracks!

    Stop Hot Spots in their Tracks!Hot spots are a moist dermatitis which are most commonly caused by bacteria. They look like a sticky, raw and red patch of skin and will be a constant annoyance to your pet.

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  8. How To Control Hairballs

    how to control hairballs in catsDoes your cat feel like a little hairball factory?

    Thankfully, these unpleasant little wads of gooey fur are not a fait accompli for your and your feline friend! There are ways that you can reduce and even eliminate hairballs completely.

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  9. High Blood Pressure In Pets

    High Blood Pressure in PetsFor some pets, measuring their blood pressure is essential for a more thorough veterinary examination. An elevation in blood pressure (or hypertension) can indicate an underlying disease and if left undetected, can cause damage to organs and in some cases, be life threatening.

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  10. Ways To Keep Them Cool This Summer!

    Ways To Keep Them Cool This Summer!The summer heat can really affect our pets so how do you best keep your pet cool this summer?

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