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About General Wellbeing
Your pet's health is not just about what you can see on the outside.
Every night in hundreds if not thousands of streets around Australia, you can hear an unmistakeable and unforgettable sound breaking through the nocturnal silence: an epic, no-holds barred catfight
If you’ve ever watched puppies playing together, you’ll have noticed how much mock fighting they do.
While many allergic symptoms appear to be seasonal because they coincide with spring and summer – a time when many plants are in bloom and their pollen is airborne.
Is this the first time you’ve seen your cat grooming itself obsessively or is it a recurring condition that seems to be getting worse? The answer could be an allergic reaction.
Tips and tricks to find a good vet, and to help ensure your pet’s health issues are addressed.
How do you know if your cat could benefit from being more active? The first thing to establish is if your cat is of the ‘indoor/outdoor’ type or ‘indoors-only’ variety
On the whole, most dogs were originally bred to carry out specific tasks such as herding sheep or cattle; guarding homes or large properties; hunting; or retrieving game.
If they’re exposed to too much cold weather, dogs quickly become uncomfortable, and they’re also susceptible to hypothermia and frostbite. Here are some precautions you may need to take over winter.
There’s no mistaking that winter chill in the air, and cats feel it too.