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Straying In: Latest News About Vet Treatments

Mahatma Gandhi said, "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." How incredibly insightful and true. When my children were growing up, we always had various pets on our property. My children were constantly bringing home strays to be nurtured and loved. I still have plenty of animals around because my children leave their pets with 'grandma' when they go travelling. At present, I have two dogs, three cats and a parrot! Over the years, I've always stressed the importance of regular vet visits. As soon as a stray was brought home, I would make an appointment. The simple preventative treatments provided by our vet saved a lot of money and heartache. I like to keep up to date with the latest vet treatments. I hope this blog provides useful information for those who care about animals. Thank you.


Identifying And Treating Cataracts In Dogs

31 July 2023
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Like humans, dogs can develop cataracts, and this condition can cause sight loss in your dog if it's left untreated. Cataracts are a condition that causes the lenses of your dog's eyes to become opaque. This occurs due to certain proteins in the lenses breaking down, and when they break down they begin to cluster together. Cataracts are a degenerative condition, and some dog owners don't notice their dog's eyes changing at first due to the often slow and progressive nature of this eye problem. Read More …

Four Ways That Your Vet Can Help Your Dog With Heatstroke In Australia

28 February 2023
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Heatstroke is a serious condition that occurs when the body's temperature rises quickly, causing damage to the brain, heart, and muscles. It can be fatal if left untreated.  Certain dogs such as Labradors and Cocker Spaniels are at a higher risk of developing heatstroke because they have short noses, which makes it harder for them to pant effectively when they're overheating. Other factors that can increase your dog's risk include obesity, being an older dog, or having underlying health problems such as heart disease or kidney issues. Read More …