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Your 2024 Pet Parent Checklist

Your 2024 Pet Parent Checklist As the new year approaches, it’s a good time to make resolutions and set new goals It’s also a great time to make sure your pet is ready for the year ahead. We’ve made a helpful list to ensure your pet is all set for 2024. 1. Does your pet … Read more

7 tips for travelling with your pet

7 tips for travelling with your pet this summer It’s that time of the year when day trips, road journeys, and holidays are in full swing. If you’re taking your beloved furry companions along, here are some tips to keep in mind: 1. Incorporate Extra Breaks Factor in additional stops during your journey to allow … Read more

Santa’s Pet Parent Quiz: Your pet’s festive foes

YOUR PET‘S FESTIVE FOES Santa’s Quiz Put Your Knowledge to the Test! While we celebrate Christmas and indulge in the holiday season, it is important to remember to be mindful of our furry family members. Do you know the dangers and things to be aware of for your pets? Test your knowledge! Start If you … Read more

Kitten Socialisation

Teaching through toys Cats, especially when they are still kittens, are naturally playful and energetic. Being a new cat owner, you will want to make sure you have plenty of toys for them to play with. Toys are a great thing to have for your kitten for a multitude of reasons. Not only do toys … Read more

Kitten Dental Care

Kitten dental health It’s a good idea to start caring for your kitten’s teeth from a young age. Proper dental care can help prevent the build-up of plaque and tartar, which can lead to gum disease and tooth decay in later years. And don’t be alarmed when your kitten starts losing their baby teeth – … Read more

Kitten Nutrition

Kitten nutrition Proper nutrition is another part of helping your kitten get the best start in life. Kittens need a balanced diet that includes all the essential nutrients for growth and development. Proper nutrition is vital for kittens because it helps them to grow strong bones and muscles and provides the energy necessary for play … Read more

Kitten Parasites

Protecting kittens from parasites There are various nasty parasites you need to protect your new kitten from, including heartworms, intestinal worms, fleas and ticks. Whilst some treatments cover all of these parasites, it’s best to talk to your vet about the treatment that’s right for your cat and location. Whether it’s oral chews or spot-on … Read more

Kitten Desexing

Desexing your kitten Desexing is generally recommended at around 6 months of age. Not only does it prevent unwanted litters, but it reduces the risk of certain diseases and cancers, such as prostate and mammary gland tumours and pyometra (an infection of the uterus). Desexing your kitten before he or she reaches sexual maturity (from … Read more

Kitten Microchipping

Microchipping and name tags Microchipping It is a legal requirement in most states and territories in Australia to have your kitten microchipped. This tiny chip is placed under the skin of the neck, between your kitten’s shoulder blades. If your kitten is found and taken to a vet or animal shelter, staff will use a … Read more

Kitten Vaccinations

Kitten Vaccinations Just like us humans, it’s important for cats to get vaccinated to protect them from certain diseases. Their vaccination schedule starts from just 6 weeks old and it’s important to keep up with the recommended schedule for kittens, as this will help ensure they’re properly protected from diseases such as feline distemper (panleukopenia), … Read more