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How to remove a tick?

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Spring traditionally sees an increase in paralysis ticks in many parts of Australia.  The paralysis tick is the single most dangerous parasite for dogs and cats on the Eastern Coast of Australia. It has been described, as the most toxic tick in the world,  just one tick is capable of causing paralysis and death. With … Read more

How to get rid of Fleas?

A veterinarian checking up a dog fleas

Fleas are the most annoying parasite that can cause intense itchiness and health problems for your pets. When the weather is hot, there is a significant increase in the flea population and your dogs and cats can easily pick up the blood-sucking parasites simply by laying outside in the grass, passing by trees or shrubs, … Read more

Not all Pet Foods are Equal

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There has never been such a wide range of diets available for pets and that can make it difficult for pet owners to decide on the right diet for their pet. There is huge variance in the quality of diets on offer and unfortunately diets available in the supermarket are not the best for your … Read more

Ear Infections may not always be obvious

A dog being cuddled

Dog and cat ears are different to ours. Because they have a very deep ear canal, it’s possible they can be harbouring an infection that you are not aware of. Occasionally they can `catch’ ear infections from other animals as is the case with ear mites, but in most cases, and particularly in older dogs, … Read more

Itchy pets and allergic skin disease

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Some pets live their entire lives with healthy comfortable skin while others seem to be constantly itching. Ectoparasites such as fleas, skin infection and allergies are the 3 top reasons for pets to become itchy. While flea infestations and skin infections can be eliminated, unfortunately allergies cannot be cured. It is therefore extremely important to … Read more

Dental Hygiene

A cat slightly awoke and lying in bed

Periodontal disease is a painful progression of infection starting with plaque and calculus causing gingivitis to deep infections and loss of teeth. Currently more than 85% of dogs and more than 50% cats older than 4 years have periodontal disease. This is a statistic that we want to change. Periodontal disease not only causes the … Read more