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January 17, 2020

Dr. Kelly’s top tips for summer: Avoid overheating

Never leave your dog unattended in a car on a hot summer’s day, even in the shade. Dogs are only able to regulate their temperature through […]
November 22, 2019

What is my cat trying to tell me?

Communication is second nature to us humans, and often we forget that our feline friends also have their way of communicating with each other, and with […]
October 31, 2019

Yeast Infections in dogs: How to diagnose and treat them

Is Fred the Basset Hound scratching his ears uncontrollably, and does he smell really foul? He could have a yeast infection. Don’t panic just yet. Yeast […]
October 30, 2019

Constipation in dogs: how to recognize and treat it

Constipation in dogs often goes unnoticed, even though it is actually a fairly common ailment. Diarrhoea is more likely to send you to the vet because, […]
October 15, 2019

Why do cats wander, I wonder?

Kitty has been missing for a few hours. You begin to panic. You find her next door, happily lying on the neighbour’s patio in the sun. […]
October 9, 2019

The benefits of herbs

HERBAL REMEDIES FOR PETS? Herbs have a long documented history for promoting not only the health of humans but of four-legged friends as well. Did you […]
October 7, 2019

Does your dog have Mange? Here’s how to recognize and treat it

Your pooch is scratching himself silly. His fur is falling out, he has sores all over his body and he is generally in poor shape. Does […]
September 12, 2019

Bee prepared: What to do if your dog gets stung by a bee

The warmer weather is finally on its way and with it comes longer days, flowers a-plenty, and lots of flying creatures, including bees. While bees are […]
August 9, 2019

Pet Rescue Centres – How To Help

You love animals; they’ve given you so much, and now you want to give back. Or maybe you aren’t able to keep a pet at home […]
August 6, 2019

Poisoning in dogs: How to diagnose and treat it

It happens more often than you think. From innocently licking up spilled cleaning supplies to gobbling up an intentionally laced item of food, poisoning in dogs […]
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