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Festive Foods to avoid for your Pet

Festive Foods to avoid for your Pet

With Christmas just around the corner there will be loads of delicious, festive foods in our homes. Just reflecting on past feasts and what is to be devoured this Christmas is enough to make your mouth water! There are not many of us who do not hold this celebratory banquet as part of an enjoyable and relaxing Christmas day, even if we do end up with a belly ache and have ...
November 16, 2016 0 Comments
Heartworm and our pets

Heartworm and our pets

What can grow inside your pet -up to 30cm in length, multiply into the hundreds and has the potential to make your dog very sick and even cause death? Heartworm! Heartworms live in the major blood vessels of the heart and lungs. Infection is very serious as the heartworms stop effective blood flow from the heart and can lead to death if left undetected or ...
November 16, 2016 0 Comments
Heat Stroke in cats and dogs

Heat Stroke in cats and dogs

On those particularly hot summer days when we are feeling hot and sweaty, keep in mind that the heat affects our pets too! Whilst enjoying the summer with our pets we need to make ourselves familiar with the causes and signs of heat stroke- it is deadly and has the potential to effect all of our pets.
It IS preventable!


October 27, 2016 0 Comments
Cruciate Ligament Rupture

Cruciate Ligament Rupture

The cruciate ligaments are 2 ligaments in the stifle (knee) joint that form a 'cross' and function to stabilise the stifle joint and stop the tibia from riding forward against the femur when the animal weight bears. The ligament is prone to stretching and rupture, especially in animals that undertake activity that involves sudden running from a standstill

October 26, 2016 0 Comments
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