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My main recommendation for my clients with cats are to not let your cat become overweight in the first place, and focus on feeding them on a high protein, low carbohydrate diet.
If your cat is already overweight they are at a higher risk of contracting diabetes, so even if you haven’t noticed any of the other symptoms it’s really worth getting them checked out.
We all know that having pets can improve our physical and mental health, but did you realise there are many simple changes that you can make in return to improve the life of your pet?
The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to start afresh and make some simple changes that will not only make you and your furry friends happier and healthier, but they might even save you some money too.Read More
Halloween. This American tradition has now become so entrenched in our Australian culture that even if you don’t plan on celebrating it yourself, chances are come next Tuesday afternoon your neighbourhood will be filled with “trick or treaters” knocking at your door.Read More
Yes, animals from many species can happily cohabit, but there are some basic steps you need to follow to ensure all your pets are safe and happily. What species of animals can you keep as a pet? Always check with your local council, State government or the Australian Government first before buying a pet, remembering that rules vary according to where you live.Read More