Articles About Pocket Pets And Unusual Pets

Heat Stroke In Dogs & Cats: Signs & Prevention

Heat Stroke In Dogs & Cats: Signs to Watch Out For & How To Prevent When the weather is super hot or there is very high humidity we need to recognise the signs of heat stroke in dogs, cats and other animals as disaster can happen all too quickly. Many vets around the [...]

Wildlife Rescue: How To Help Wildlife In An Emergency

Wildlife Rescue: How To Help Wildlife In A Bushfire Emergency Sadly, the need for wildlife rescue efforts with the current bushfire emergency crisis in Australia is at a peak. We hope to provide you with a source of information so that you can provide the care these animals deserve. One of the biggest [...]

Tiger Snake in Sticky Situation Saved by Point Cook Vet

Tiger Snake in Sticky Situation Saved by Point Cook Vet Sometimes as a vet, you never know what will walk, or slither, through the doors of your vet clinic. For Dr Karen Davies Dr Karen Davies from Direct Vet Services in Point Cook Victoria with one of her Bulldogs that she breeds. [...]

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Dr Tegan Stephens interview: unusual and exotic pet vet

Dr Tegan Stephens interview: unusual and exotic pet vet Today we talk with Dr Tegan Stephens who works as an unusual and exotic pet vet in Sydney, Australia. Her days are filled with treating many different species of animals.   How I became an unusual and exotic pet vet I’ve been reptile mad since [...]

How To Care For Pocket Pets: Rabbits Guinea Pigs Ferrets Rats & Mice

How To Care For Pocket Pets: Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Ferrets, Rats and Mice Are you thinking of introducing a pocket pet to your family? Maybe you just want to know that you are on track with how to care for pocket pets like rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs or rats/mice? In this special episode [...]

Top Tips To Keep Your Rabbit Healthy

Top Tips To Keep Your Rabbit Healthy Rabbits can be a great pet, however, they are not a pet that can be thrown some food and forgotten about. Care also needs to be taken with young children as they can be easily hurt. Rabbits need time, care and attention. I'm not trying to [...]