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I have a simple answer on this one… if you think your pet has a sore eye – yes in most cases, you should treat it as an emergency.
You will need to get your vet to have a quick look as soon as possible, because even the smallest eye injury can quickly develop into a big problem… and could lead to loss of vision if not treated.Read More
Vaccines are an area where there is a lot of ongoing debate both in human and veterinary health. No doubt you’ve heard the discussions and comments about possible reactions to vaccines. And you might have wondered about the optimal frequency of vaccines.Read More
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive from my clients is,
“Can my pet make me sick?”
Well, the short answer is yes, and there’s even a name for these type of diseases: zoonotic diseases or zoonosis. But to put things in perspective, the health benefits of having pets far outweigh the risks of your pet making you sick.Read More
Christmas can be a confusing and sometimes dangerous time for your pet.
Suddenly there are changes to their routine; Christmas trees, decorations and presents that they are not allowed to touch; and plenty of unusual noises and enticing smells.
Here are some top tips to help minimise the chance of harm to your pet these holidays.Read More
Over the past few weeks in Sydney we’ve had temperatures well into the high 30s and the low 40s and the bad news is that things are only going to get hotter as we head into summer!
Regardless of the size, breed or age of your pet, it’s vital that you know how to keep your pet cool and prevent heatstroke and hypothermia.Read More