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Dental Anatomy of the Cat and Dog

How many teeth should my cat or dog have? Do they have baby teeth? If so, when do they lose them? We have the answers!

If you want to change your pet’s behaviour, why use harsh techniques when gentle ones will work better?

Feline AIDS Vaccination

Modern science has again come to the aid of pets. In this case, the aid is the prevention of AIDS, particularly Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV or Feline AIDS).

Feline Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes is more commonly seen in middle-aged to older cats, and in males. Burmese cats are more commonly affected than other cats. Obesity also predisposes to development of diabetes, as do some medications.

8 Top Tips for a Feline-Friendly Veterinary Visit

For most cats and their owners, a trip to the vet is a stressful event. Here are some tips to help make it a more tolerable, even pleasant, occasion.

Cancer in Pets

One of the hardest things for pet owners to come to terms with is a diagnosis of cancer in their beloved pet. Cancer affects one in three dogs in Australia but, with many new advances in cancer treatment, the outcome is not always bad.

Thinking of travelling to the UK with your pet? Following is an update of the current status for exporting cats and dogs under the UK PETS Travel Scheme.

No Bored Cats!

Do cats become bored? If your cat is a Couch Slouch then boredom may not be a problem but some cats are better described as Party Animal Puss-Cats.  f these cats don't get enough brain input, their behaviour can be catastrophic.

On the Move

The mayhem of moving is a hectic time for all. Some pets cope well – others find moving house very disturbing.

Being prepared for everyday accidents can mean reducing the extent of treatment required or even saving your pet’s life.

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