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How to tell if your pet is overweight

How to tell if your pet is overweight Many of us wonder about our pet's weight, and it's no surprise as some studies suggest that as many as 59 percent of dogs and 52 percent of cats worldwide are overweight. What is surprising, is that according to a recent worldwide survey by Mars [...]

Dr Joei Potter Interview: Anaesthesia specialist University of Dublin

Dr Joei Potter Interview: Anaesthesia specialist University of Dublin   Dr Joei Potter works as a veterinary anaesthesia and pain specialist at the University of Dublin. Having graduated from Murdoch University in Australia, Dr Joei shares her story about why she chose to specialise in anaesthesia and the struggles she has seen in [...]

Petstock Mount Gambier Vet: Dr Teresa Priddle Interview

Petstock Mount Gambier Vet: Interview with Dr Teresa Priddle My story of how I ended up as a Petstock Mt Gambier Vet I have always loved animals, especially horses, and ever since I can remember I always wanted to be a vet – except for a brief period when I wanted to be [...]

Emergency vet care for your pet

Most common pet health conditions that require emergency vet care Did you know that up to 40% of visits to the veterinarian could be avoided? There are many conditions that pets get that can be treated and helped by veterinary consult via an online telemedicine consult without the hassle and expense of a trip [...]

Dr Debbie Osborne: Life at The Alice Springs Veterinary Hospital

Dr Debbie Osborne Interview: Life at The Alice Springs Veterinary Hospital   Dr Debbie Osborne owner of The Alice Springs Veterinary Hospital. Tell us a little about your life and how you got to Alice Springs I grew up in “The Shire” and never dreamed I would end up living more than walking [...]

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Desexing Your Pet – What You Need To Know

Desexing Your Pet - What You Need To Know This week's Hey Doc with Dr Leigh focuses on desexing your pet and what you need to know. If you haven't read our other article on "when it's best to neuter your male dog" then head over there after you've listened to this tutorial. [...]

Oh no my dog has eaten rat bait – what now?

Oh no my dog has eaten rat bait - what now? Whether you noticed that your dog has eaten rat bait, or you are highly suspicious that your dog has eaten rat bait there are a few things you need to be aware of so that your pet's life is not at risk. Rat bait [...]

Is the pet food you’re feeding harming your pet?

Is the pet food you're feeding harming your pet? Grain free is the buzzword for pet food. Forget “raw food” and “kibble”. It’s all about the grain free. That’s the thing. However, grain free has a dark and dirty secret. It isn't quite the pet food that you thought it was cracked up to be. What you [...]

What does paralysis tick do to dogs and cats?

What does paralysis tick do to dogs and cats? If you live in Australia, especially along the eastern seaboard then you need to be aware of the tick  Ixodes holocyclusis otherwise known as the paralysis tick. These ticks inject a toxin into the dog or cat (also farm animals) when it feeds. The paralysis tick toxin [...]

Heart disease monitoring form for pets

Download your own heart disease monitoring form Heart disease monitoring is crucial to ensure your pet is enjoying a good quality of life. Keeping an eye on your pet is crucial when they have heart disease and also as they get older and heart disease hasn't yet been diagnosed. Often there are subtle [...]

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