Signs and Symptoms Of Dog Poisoning

Signs And Symptoms Of Poisoning In Dogs The thought of your dog being poisoned is distressing. Every year several thousand dogs die from accidental poisoning with early symptoms and signs often being missed until it is too late to save them. We want to help you to recognise the early and different symptoms [...]

Emergency Vet Care For Your Pet

Most common pet health conditions that require emergency vet care Did you know that up to 75% 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 [...]

Why is Your Cat Vomiting and When Should You Worry

Why Is My Cat Vomiting? When Do I Need To Worry? That horrific sound of your cat throwing up, usually on the carpetĀ  is something we have all heard stories about! Funnies aside, a cat vomiting is not normal, even if much of what you read on google will say that it is! [...]

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Why Your Dog Can’t Breathe: Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome

Why Your Dog Can't Breathe And What You Need To Do I frequently hear from brachycephalic dog owners that "My dog can't breathe what do I need to do?", or "My dog snorts like he can't breathe" even "My dog snores more than my hubby!". Hearing these comments alerts vets that there is a major [...]

Feeding Raw Chicken Is Linked To Paralysis In Dogs

Latest Research Show That Feeding Raw Chicken Is Linked To Paralysis In Dogs Feeding raw meat to our pets always carries a risk due to the potential of bacterial overload. We need to be very careful with food hygiene. Chicken is a known high-risk raw meat with a high bacterial contamination. Now, Melbourne University lecturers [...]

My Dog Is Regurgitating? Could It Be Megaoesophagus?

Megaoesophagus In Dogs & Cats - Are They At Risk? Megaoesophagus in dogs and cats is a rare and incurable disease that occurs when there is a loss of tone and motility of the oesophagus (food pipe). Animals affected by megaoesophagus have trouble eating and often struggle with regurgitation. Many animals struggle to maintain weight [...]

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