Pet Health

  • Cat-food

    By | April 20, 2018 | Blog

    Treat your cat by preparing them some nutritious food. An increasing number of vets offer nutritional consultations to help owners assess their cats’ specific needs in their diet. As with humans, keeping to the same eating routine week in and week out can get

  • Kidneys

    By | April 20, 2018 | Blog

    Kidney failure is the one of the leading causes of death in cats. While many cases are unpredictable and therefore difficult to prevent, knowing the risk factors and early signs are some of the best ways to catch kidney failure in its earliest stages. Your

  • Kidney-failure

    By | April 20, 2018 | Blog

    Kidney disease is a condition that needs to be treated by your vet as soon as possible. Your dog’s kidneys have the important job of removing waste from the bloodstream and maintaining the normal balance of fluid and minerals within your dog's body. Kidneys

  • Liver-treats

    By | April 4, 2018 | Blog

    As carnivores, cats used to get their main source of vitamin A from the liver within their prey. As cats could produce vitamin A themselves, it was important for them to hunt for it. A small bird or a mouse could have a little liver which the cat could have

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    By | April 4, 2018 | Blog

    Similar to dogs with excessive barking, cats can have the same problem with excessive meowing. But what defines an excessive meower? Most cat owners complain about the intensity or the persistence of a cat's vocalisation. Cat language is a mixture of body

  • SH_Breath_SJ_01-

    By | April 3, 2018 | Blog

    A common misconception about a dog or cat's bad breath is that it only comes from poor oral hygiene. This is not always the case. Bad breath, known as halitosis, is quite a common problem in dogs and cats. There are a wide range of possible reasons as to why your

  • Catcancer2

    By | January 29, 2018 | Blog

    Cancer found in cats is not as common as it is in dogs, yet it sadly still affects a number of our feline friends. Cats have the tendency to mask an illness or discomfort, which then can lead to a late diagnosis with more costly treatments. It is devastating

  • Stress in cats 2

    By | January 1, 2018 | Blog

    Cats love their comfort and once they are set in their ways, it can be a mission to get them to change. Sometimes change is unavoidable for our cats. Cats allow themselves to become overwhelmed with the notion of change and tend to take defensive actions when

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    By | December 18, 2017 | Blog

    What's the worst that can happen if I don't clean the litter box? Apart from the stench that can emanate from a sitting litter box, there is the potential for the spread of disease as well. Part of the responsibility of owning a cat is that a litter box comes