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  • Why do cats get hairballs?

    Hairballs are hair that accumulates in the esophagus or stomach and is not digested there for the cat needs to vomit it up to get rid of it. Normal...
  • Tips to keep dog hair out of your home

    Dog hair in your house that’s driving you crazy? Here are some quick tips to quickly manage dog hair problems.   Brush your dogBrush your dog regul...
  • Should cats drink milk?

    When you think of giving cats milk your probably thinking of cow’s milk. Although many people think that milk is good for cats the reality is it is...
  • Clipping Dogs Toenails

    Why do you need to clip Dogs toenails? Clipping your dog’s toenails is an essential part of dog grooming – it’s also a clear sign of your dog’s goo...
  • How to safely clean a fish tank

    Why is it important to clean your fish tank? It is important to clean your fish tank to preserve the health and happiness of your fish. Over time m...
  • How to stop your cat from destroying your furniture.

    If you have a cat that destroys your furniture you are not alone. Cat owners describe this as a common behaviour. Although it is normal for cats to...
  • Is it necessary to clip dogs with long hair?

    People sometimes believe that cutting and grooming their pets in winter can be detrimental to their pet’s health when in fact it is especially impo...
  • Is tick treatment required in winter?

    There are approximately 800 species of ticks worldwide, 70+ of which were all introduced to Australia except for one. This species puts absolute fe...
  • Dog poo: 5 Things You Can Tell About Your Dog’s Health by Looking at its Droppings

    Dog poo offers a lot of insight about your dog’s health and diet. Here are 5 quick things to look out for: Colour: Colour can obviously vary de...
  • Does your dog have fleas?

    Does your dog have fleas and how do you know? Fleas are particularly common in warmer temperatures and, if the conditions are right, will burrow th...
  • Battle of the furry friends: Who is more intelligent, cats or dogs?

    It’s an age old question and one that every pet lover has an answer to. We set out to discover who comes out on top in the intelligence stakes – ca...
  • Can you tell if your dog is sick by feeling its nose?

    It’s one of the oldest of old wives’ tales that feeling how wet or dry your dog’s nose is can tell you almost everything you need to know about you...