So the vet wants to run a blood test on my animal... Your vet may suggest blood testing for a variety of reasons As a method of monitoring the general health of your pet. This may be more commonly recommended
Horse owners in Australia need to be aware of a condition called sand colic. When horses eat grain or hay off the ground or graze in pastures that have sandy soil, they have the tendency to ingest significant amounts of
Spring is definitely one of the most soul nourishing seasons, it lures us out of bed early drawing us into the great outdoors to revel in all of its glory! Judging by the actions of our furry friends in warmer
Ringworm, also known as dermatophytosis, is not caused by a worm despite its name. This is a common fungal infection of the skin, nails or hair which can affect all species of animals (both pets and livestock) and even humans.
We’ll cut straight to the chase: the best way to clean your pet's teeth is with a pet approved toothpaste and toothbrush, daily there’s no better substitute! This combined with 6 monthly dental checks and routine scale and polish is