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Grooming sessions can become a special bonding time between you and your dog and are also a good opportunity to check on your dog’s health.
Once weaned, your kitten is dependent on you to provide a diet that is complete and balanced for its healthy growth and development.
If your dog is suffering from diarrhoea or excessive flatulence it can be discomforting for them and embarrassing or messy for you.
Allergic skin disease is a common problem in dogs and one that may be difficult to determine the cause of and frustrating to manage.
How many teeth should a dog or cat have? Do they have baby teeth? When do they lose them? These are some commonly asked questions, so here are the facts…
Dental home care for your dog or cat can make a tremendous difference to their comfort and health, as well as your veterinary dental bills.
There are several causes of skin problems in guinea pigs, including parasites, fungal infections, scurvy, barbering and abscesses.
Urolithiasis (the formation of urinary stones) is a common condition responsible for lower urinary tract disease in dogs and cats.
Constipation descibes the condition of infrequent or difficult defecation (passing of bowel movements) and there are several causes.
Cat scratches and bites can cause serious problems in some people.