19 July 2016
Chocolate contains theobromine and caffeine, both of which are poisonous to dogs. Now, dogs aren't known for their self-control when it comes to food, so it's up to you to keep chocolate out of your dog's reach. You can minimise the risk of your dog getting their paws on chocolate by teaching your children not to share food with your dog. It's also a good idea to unpack groceries as soon as you get home from the store and be vigilant when you take your dog out for a walk, particularly if they are off the leash.
29 March 2016
Some pet owners wonder whether it is worth it to pay a little extra for mobile dog wash and dog grooming services. Read on and discover some reasons why you should consider mobile pet grooming for your dog. Prompt Attention to Your Dog Oftentimes, dog owners drop off their pets at a groom shop long before the appointment they had obtained. This may be because the pet owner is rushing off to work.
19 June 2015
Of all the bizarre natural phenomena occurring in Australia, the mouse plagues are perhaps some of the most disturbing, and potentially damaging. These tremendous swarms of house mice occur in the summer months, and usually affect Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales, although Western Australia has also seen mouse plagues in the past. What is a mouse plague, and what causes it? Essentially, a mouse plague occurs when favourable conditions, such as high rainfall, lead to an exponential explosion in the numbers of house mice in an area.
2 June 2015
When gallstones form in your dog's gallbladder they can cause abdominal pain, jaundice, vomiting, fever, and obstruct the flow of bile from the gallbladder. The stones are often formed from calcium deposits and can vary in number and size. Certain breeds including Shetland sheepdogs and poodles appear to be more genetically predisposed to gallstones than others. Here's an overview of the causes, diagnosis and treatment options for gallstones in dogs:
26 May 2015
A nutritious diet is essential for your horse's long-term health, so you should keep their dietary requirements in mind when choosing horse feed. Here's what you need to know to ensure your horse has a balanced diet: Signs Of Nutritional Deficiency If your horse experiences regular dental problems, parasite outbreaks or diarrhoea, they may be deficient in key nutrients and should be reviewed by a vet. A common sign of nutritional deficiency is weight loss.
22 May 2015
As a dog owner, the desire for your pet to be able to talk will almost certainly have crossed your mind at one time or another. Even the most patient pup may become wildly unsettled on occasion, and attempting to figure out exactly what your dog wants can sometimes prove to be a frustrating ordeal. Of course, the basics of dog psychology are considered to be well known among humans. For example, a dog wagging his tail is a pet that's content and happy, right?