3 Ways to Keep Your Dog's Vision in Top Condition

Just like humans, dogs can suffer from problems with their eyes and vision. Unfortunately, unlike with humans, it's difficult to correct these problems in canines. Surgery can be expensive, dog eyewear still hasn't hit the mainstream market, and many conditions are irreparable. That's why the best way to keep your dog free of vision problems is to take a preventative approach to keeping their eyes healthy. Here are 3 things you can do to ensure your dog's eyes stay in top condition: [Read More]

3 Ways to Protect Your Puppy From Canine Leptospirosis

If you're about to bring home your first puppy, it's important to stay aware of how to keep them protected from common diseases. One of the most devastating illnesses affecting puppies across Australia is leptospirosis. The illness, which is usually fatal, is contracted by coming into contact with Leptospira bacteria and it can be passed between dogs and humans.  Symptoms -- including fatigue, loss of appetite, increased thirst, yellow gums, shivering, vomiting and diarrhoea -- can come on suddenly, leading to death within a few days. [Read More]

3 Simple Ways to Keep Your Dog's Liver Healthy

Did you know that liver disease is one of the most deadly problems affecting dogs? Many owners don't realise their dog's liver is failing until it's too late, and severe liver damage can be fatal. Luckily, there are many things you can do to keep your dog's liver healthy. Here are 3 tips to follow. Watch Their Weight Pet obesity is an increasingly prevalent problem across Australia. One study found that 33. [Read More]

Keeping Your Bunny Healthy: A Checklist for the First Year

Getting a pet rabbit is exciting, especially if you have children. You'll all be looking forward to welcoming your new furry friend to your home and enjoying caring for one of these unique little creatures. It's an unfortunate fact that many people who choose to keep a rabbit don't know what they're getting themselves into, since rabbits need the same level of care as a cat or dog, and aren't as easy to look after as you might think. [Read More]