4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Dog Desexing

Desexing prevents animals from breeding. This procedure has many health benefits, and it also improves the behaviour of the animal. Many pet owners choose to have this procedure performed to prevent pregnancies. However, the benefits of the procedure do not end there. If you are wondering why you should have a vet perform a desexing procedure on your dog, read on to find out more. 1. Reduces the Risks Associated With Pregnancies  Read More 

4 Puppy Training Errors to Avoid

All dog owners want their pets to be well trained. However, despite the various training methods for canines, most people become disappointed because they miss the crucial concepts. That results in some dogs taking longer to train or failing to grasp the training. Whether the dog shows some progress during the training or not could be a result of your training mistakes. Here are some puppy training mistakes that you should try to avoid. Read More 

Kidney Stones In Cats

Any cat can develop kidney stones regardless of their age or breed. Kidney stones have a crystal-like appearance and are made up of uric acid, calcium and oxalate, which are byproducts of the kidney. They tend to be painful and can cause a urinary tract obstruction, and when urine can't flow freely along the urinary tract, a bacterial infection can develop. It's not always possible to pin down the cause when a cat develops kidney stones, but they can occur as a result of your cat's diet causing their urine to be too alkaline. Read More 

Understanding Dog Flu

Dog flu is caused by a virus that infects the respiratory system. It's very contagious between dogs, and some dogs that become infected become very sick, while others just seem to be carriers and spread the virus without having any symptoms themselves. However, as it's possible for a dog to become gravely ill very quickly with this illness, it's important to be aware of the symptoms of dog flu and understand how it's diagnosed and treated. Read More 

Dog Care: Understanding The Potential Post-surgical Complications Of Neutering

Neutering is the term generally used to describe the surgical removal of a male dog's testicles. The procedure is carried out under general anaesthetic and can help improve boisterous or challenging behaviour and reduce the risk of your dog developing problems with their prostate as they age. Neutering is a common surgical procedure that is considered to be very safe and effective, but before you have your dog neutered you should be aware of the potential postsurgical complications that can arise when you take your dog home to recover. Read More