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What to do with Injured Pets?
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Knowing what to do when your pet is injured is a skill both pet owners and even vet industry expert’s must have. Veterinary services like Yeronga Vet have trained personnel to treat pets that have an injury if pet owners do not have any training on how to handle injured pets.You can always coordinate with your animal...
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Ensuring Pet Health through Regular Vet Visits | Yeronga Vet Surgery
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Regular visits to your pet clinic are not only important; as pet owners, it is our responsibility and obligation to ensure the health of our pets through regular visits to a qualified pet clinic.   Why do I need to take my pet to the Vet regularly?  Most of the time like us humans, we take...
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What are the most Common Animal Emergencies and what to do?
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Whenever your pet has medical emergency problems due to injury, calling for vet services is necessary but the first  thing one must never forget is to remain calm and never leave your pet unattended. Below are tips we have gathered to educate you as pet owners; these are essential ways to assess and perform first aid on...
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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...
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How to get rid of Fleas?
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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,...
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Dog Paws and Why they Don’t Get Cold Feet
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When temperatures start to drop and so-called “dog booties” start popping up in local pet store’s shelves, dog owners can find themselves with the temptation to dress up their beloved pooch...
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